Stove G.,Adrok Ltd.
Hart's E and P
The atomic dielectric resonance (ADR) scanner approach has introduced significant change in the oil and gas exploration industry. The ADR scanner identifies hydrocarbons and minerals from the ground surface to depths to 2.4 miles (4 km). It also benefits from being able to quantify oil or gas reserves, gives an indication of the mix of sand and water, maps geological structures to a higher resolution, and carries out scans of large remote areas. It gives absolute answers that are not subject to interpretation by geologists after been trained. Output data from the scanner provide results that are easy to understand and give a deterministic answer and can be imported into earth model databases including Petrel, Petris, and Kingdom. The technology has been commercially launched in 2008 and works by sending a narrow light beam of energy into the ground using micro and radio waves. Source
Adrok Ltd. | Date: 2013-06-12
Disclosed is a method of determining subsurface composition of a surveyed region. The method comprises transmitting a pulsed electromagnetic signal into the ground and detecting a return signal following interaction of said transmitted signal with features of the subsurface, a profile image of the subsurface is then obtained, and one or more spectra of said return signal is calculated, said one or more spectra comprising one or more of an energy-frequency spectrum, a phase-frequency spectrum, a phase-energy and an energy-frequency spectrum. These spectra are analysed to determine a characteristic energy-frequency signature, phase-frequency signature, phase-energy signature and/or energy-frequency signature for one or more layers of said subsurface. The determined signature(s) are then compared to a database of equivalent signatures of known materials in order to determine a composition of said one or more layers.
Adrok Ltd. | Date: 2013-02-21
Scientific, nautical, surveying, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signalling and checking (supervision) apparatus and instruments; apparatus and instruments for receiving, recording, reproducing, analyzing, processing, displaying, storing and/or transmitting radio signals, images and/or data; computer software, firmware and hardware; computer software, firmware and hardware, all for imaging, mapping and/or identification purposes; computer software and firmware, all for controlling the generation and analysis of radio signals; radar apparatus; transmitters; receivers; transceivers; aerials; antennas; radio frequency transmitters; radio frequency receivers; radio frequency transceivers; radio frequency reflectors; radio frequency aerials; radio frequency antennas; spectrometers; spectrographs; electronic sensors; diagnostic apparatus, not for medical purposes; imaging apparatus, not for medical purposes; diagnostic imaging apparatus, not for medical purposes; atomic dielectric resonance apparatus, not for medical purposes; atomic dielectric resonance imaging apparatus, not for medical purposes; magnetic, optical, electro-magnetic and electro-optical data carriers; digitized data carriers; downloadable electronic publications; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods. Medical apparatus and instruments; diagnostic apparatus for medical purposes; imaging apparatus for medical purposes; diagnostic imaging apparatus for medical purposes; testing apparatus for medical purposes; atomic dielectric resonance apparatus for medical purposes; atomic dielectric resonance imaging apparatus for medical purposes; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods. Scientific and technological services and research and design relating thereto; industrial analysis and research services; computer consultancy services; design and development of computer hardware, firmware and software; installation, maintenance and updating of computer software; design and development of computer hardware, firmware and software for imaging, mapping and/or identification purposes; installation, maintenance and updating of computer software for imaging, mapping and/or identification purposes; rental of computer hardware, firmware and software; mapping; cartography; surveying services; geological research and surveying; chemical, biochemical, biological and bacteriological research and analysis; laboratory testing services; materials testing, analysis and evaluation; rental of scientific apparatus and instruments; rental of laboratory apparatus and instruments; advisory, consultancy and information services relating to all the aforesaid services. Medical imaging services; medical testing; rental of medical apparatus; rental of medical imaging apparatus; advisory, consultancy and information services relating to all the aforesaid services.
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Kees was a seconded Research Associate from the University of British Columbia (Vancouver, Canada) from 2012 to end of March 2015, who had been working full-time with Adrok on validating and verifying the theory and fundamental physics behind Adroks technology. He joined Adrok in April 2015 ...
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