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Natural Gas Exploration


Natural gas is generally considered a non-renewable fossil fuel. It is called this because most scientists believes that natural gas was formed from the remains of tiny sea animals and plants that died around 200-400 million years ago.

Natural gas exploration has been transformed radically in the last 15 years with the introduction of exceptionally advanced, ingenious technology.

During the early days, natural gas exploration was to search for surface evidence suggesting these underground formations. Those in search for natural gas deposits were forced to scour the earth, looking for seepages of gas emitted from underground
before they had any clue that there were deposits underneath. Nevertheless, because such a low proportion of natural gas deposits actually seep
to the surface it makes exploration process very inefficient and difficult. As the demand for natural gas energy increases, so does the necessity for more accurate methods of locating it.

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