For more than 20 years of activity on the market the Innoter company has gained a reputation of reliable partner to many oil and gas companies.
In the oil and gas industry, it is important to receive up-to-date, precise and reliable geospatial data to manage the industrial facilities. In the oil and gas industry, it is important to receive up-to-date, precise and reliable geospatial data to manage the industrial facilities.
Satellite images are widely used when companies need to:
- plan and construct oil wells and pipelines;
- localize accidents and affected areas;
- find the best route to access a pipeline breakthrough;
- analyze the state of oil and gas facilities;
- control and monitor extraction of petroleum;
- maintain the pipeline and prevent illegal connections (energy theft protection);
- detect oil spills;
- estimate displacements of the earth's surface near the oil and gas facilities;
- create thematic and special purpose maps.
Geoinformation systemsOil and gas companies use geographic information systems (GIS) to collect, process and analyze data.
GIS has several important benefits:
- it permits to reduce costs on petroleum exploration;
- it provides continuous monitoring of all phases of oil/gas extraction process;
- it organizes working process of several specialists in one commonly accessible space;
- it stores up-to-date and archive data - texts, tables, lists, queries, maps, etc.
Goeinformation systems help companies to:
- monitor industrial facilities;
- examine the structure of the surface;
- detect oil spills
- estimate infrastructure damage after an emergency;
- estimate the in-place reserves of an oil field.
Geospatial dataOur specialists get geospatial data from satellite surveying and aerial surveying. Remote sensing satellites provide the space monitoring almost without interruption, so we recieve new information and use it in our work.
Innoter provides remote sensing services and GIS development for oil and gas companies. Our specialists also create interferograms basing on a processed radar remote sensing data. These interferograms can help to examine land subsidence near oil wells, pipelines, underground gas storages.