Searcher Seismic, Westwood collaborate on exploration technology

Nov. 16, 2022
The companies say the partnership will help exploration professionals explore and uncover 'high-value hidden gems' of analysis and insight.

Offshore staff

PERTH, Australia  Searcher Seismic has announced its latest GeoClerk partnership with Westwood Global Energy Group.

GeoClerk is a web-based search engine that utilizes machine learning to source industry related imagery.

The content partnership indexes documents from Westwood’s Wildcat suite of solutions on GeoClerk. Wildcat provides access to global exploration and appraisal activity and results, and comprehensive insights into global exploration performance. This includes more than 7,000 analyzed global exploration and appraisal wells and 77 offshore basins covered by exploration performance and failure analysis.

With historical documents covering exploration, including upcoming wells, well results, regional assessments and more, Searcher says the integration with GeoClerk unlocks a new level of value to Westwood and GeoClerk subscribers.

Adding GeoClerk’s indexing across Wildcat allows clients of both services to uncover relevant and valuable imagery such as seismic, well ties, structure maps and documents to boost their research efforts.

The Westwood Wildcat plug-in is now available on GeoClerk.



Courtesy Searcher Seismic
Sudan 2 D
(Source: Esri map with data from Westwood Wildcat Service)
Completed, drilling, and planned high-impact exploration wells in 2021. Size relative to unrisked pre-drill resource estimate.