earthquake detection and x energy oil detection and hutchison effect

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george former partner with me along with alik developed the feild stress detector of alex pezaro my other business partner
alex feild stress detector used vacuum tubes and it was known for many decades the new field stress detector was or is a power cell used in reverse george myself and alik we had fun with old germanium diodes with a small meter we would read field stress with buildings , different areas would show variations in microvolts voltage, polarity changing , and energy used with a computer George lisacaze and alik explored ideas in finding earthquakes oil
my company was Axiom General Systems in Canada recognized by the USA DOD SBIR PROGRAM George my self alik and Boeing's Eron Kovacks who funded us we had fun in detection od stuff we had a falling out Big court stuff we went our different ways
George used the technology in detection of the Hutchison effect i gave the technology to Roland Bredow in Germany WHO confirmed the Feild Stress Detector with help of Max Plant ct Alik has his unit TO THIS DAY
in short all one needs is a diode and a computer program and reference points or just a digital meter and a diode germanium type and others

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  1. 1. A N E M E R G I N G G E O P H Y S I C A L S E RV I C E C O M PA N YA N E M E R G I N G G E O P H Y S I C A L S E RV I C E C O M PA N Y Technical Presentation, September, 2011p 11
  2. 2. Disclaimer & Trademark Notice: The SFD survey system represents an early stage reconnaissance technology, which is ti ll d i fi t d l t h t d difi ti P ticontinually undergoing refinement, re-development, enhancement and modification. Prospective clients users and investors are cautioned as to the various risks associated with employing earlyclients, users and investors are cautioned as to the various risks associated with employing early stage technologies which include but are not limited to financial and business risks performancestage technologies, which include but are not limited to financial and business risks, performance and operational risks customer risks and othersand operational risks, customer risks and others. The SFD sensor is a quantum particle device. Quantum particle devices obey stochastic physical laws and consequently may not consistently provide repeatable measurements in time or space. All i t t ti f SFD d t h th id d b NXT it d i b dAll interpretations of SFD data, whether provided by NXT or its advisors or users are based on inferences from quantum geophysical data Such interpretations while believed reasonable andinferences from quantum geophysical data. Such interpretations, while believed reasonable and prudent at the time may be expected to change significantly as additional data and or informationprudent at the time, may be expected to change significantly as additional data and or information become available.become available. SFD® is a registered trademark of NXT Energy Solutions Inc. 22
  3. 3. A CanadianA Canadian PublicPublic CompanyCompanyA Canadian A Canadian Public Public CompanyCompany www.nxtenergy.com NXTNXTNXT NXT Energy Solutions Inc. Energy Solutions Inc. gygy i i id t th t Oil & G I d tis a service provider to the upstream Oil & Gas Industry:   Engaged in exploration reconnaissance.g g p We identify and rank high‐potential prospect leadsWe identify and rank high potential prospect leads  using a unique airborne survey methodusing a unique airborne survey method. SFDSFD®®SFDSFD®® Survey SystemSurvey Systemy yy y 33
  4. 4. SFDSFD®® St Fi ld D t tSFDSFD®® : Stress Field Detector ®®SFDSFD®® : Survey position within the prospecting spectrum Exploration Prospect Resolution ContinuumLow Highp p g Aeromagnetics 2-D 3-D Inter-wellGravityg & Gravity Seismic Seismic Seismic y Gradiometryy Hi Res SFD® y Hi-Res Aeromag SFD® Aeromag Basin Level Prospect Level Well Levelp Inferred knowledge of Trap & Reservoir detail steadily increases 44
  5. 5. STRESS in materialsSTRESS in materials • Active stress – produces energies (ex: piezoelectricity Kaiser Effect)Active stress produces energies (ex: piezoelectricity, Kaiser Effect) St ti t ff t ti• Static stress – affects energy propagation (photoelasticity & seismic AVO) More colors meanLight propagation More colors mean higher internal g p p g in the absence f t g shear stressesof stress 55
  6. 6. SFDSFD®® Wh d SSFDSFD®® Why detect Stress . . . . .SFDSFD Why detect Stress . . . . . In this example the porous sandstone and the shale carry the same densityIn this example, the porous sandstone and the shale carry the same density. Equal density implies equal gravitational accelerationEqual density implies equal gravitational acceleration. Therefore mass‐based gravimeters yield the same measurement value over bothTherefore, mass‐based gravimeters yield the same measurement value over both. The elastic (shear) differences create stress anomalies oblivious to conventional  gravimetry, but detectible by the SFD sensor ‐ due to field rotational effects.  66
  7. 7. SS ®®SFDSFD®® responds to perturbations in the gravity field p p g y related to changes in stress directionrelated to changes in stress direction Gravity field is distorted by stressy y Discontinuities affect  regional/local stress distribution   SHSH max SH minSH min changes in stress orientationchanges in stress  orientation entering reservoir 77
  8. 8. SFDSFD®® Stress AnomaliesSFDSFD®® Stress Anomalies . . . . . CarbonateCarbonate ReefReef Consider the simple caseConsider the simple case of a carbonate reef buriedof a carbonate reef buried within a shale basinwithin a shale basin. Stress VectorStress Vector Shale BasinFluid-Filled Porosity 88
  9. 9. SFDSFD®®SFDSFD®® Stress AnomaliesSFDSFD Stress Anomalies . . . . . “ f i ” lStress “Refraction” Anomaly l h falong the Reef Front Stress “Dissipation” Anomaly  within/around the Porosity B I f SFD® i l d t id tifBy Inference – SFD® signals are used to identify areas with reservoir and trap potential 99
  10. 10. SFDSFD®®SFDSFD®® Example SignalSFDSFD Example Signal . . . . . SFD detectsSFD detects an excellent signal relaxation anomaly Ladyfern Reef Gas Field (825 Bcf), N th t B iti h C l bi C d SFD detectsSFD detects an excellent signal relaxation anomaly corresponding to the Ladyfern reef. This anomaly is Northeastern British Columbia, Canada p g y y correctly positionedcorrectly positioned within 0.25 km0.25 km of the northern reef edge and 1.0 km1.0 km of the southern edge. Map Signal Coverage (22 km)Map Signal Coverage (22 km) Signal Relaxation AnomalySignal Relaxation Anomaly 5 km Actual Extent of Reef 5 km 1010
  11. 11. SFDSFD®® Operating PremiseSFDSFD®® Operating Premise Gravity GravityGravity exists as an equidimensional Gravity in the Earth’s Crustq field within an isotropic & is locally distorted homogeneous body y byby byby V i ti i M D it V i ti i R k StVariations in Mass Density Variations in Rock Stress (rock type & distribution) (fluid traps & distribution) ”Magnitude” effects Field “Shape” effectsg Field Shape effects Traditional andTraditional and Gradiometry Rotational Gravimetric Gradiometry Surveys Survey - SFD® Surveys 11
  12. 12. SFDSFD®® G it & StSFDSFD®® Gravity & Stress . . . . .y G it d St i t l t d 2nd dGravity and Stress are inter-related 2nd order [ T ] tensors through Einstein’s field equation: [ ] T00 T01 T02 T03 G T00 T01 T02 T03 [ ] 8 G E [ T ] π T10 Sh1 Sxy Sxz [ ] 4 E [ T ] c = T10 Sh1 Sxy Sxz [ ] c T20 Syx Sh2 Syzwhere:  T20 Syx Sh2 Syz [ E ] is the Spa e Time Gra itational Tensor Shear T30 Szx Szy Sv [ E ] is the Space‐Time Gravitational Tensor stressT30 Szx Szy Sv [ T ] is the Stress‐Energy Tensor Stress Tensor [ T ] is the Stress Energy Tensor Stress Tensor 1212
  13. 13. Further Technical ValidationFurther Technical Validation NXT i h d f th ith thNXT is ahead of the curve with the SFD® sensorSFD® sensor. JQI has “developed a novel design for a SFD sensor. p g highly compact, ultra-sensitive quantum device to measure subtle changes in gravity fQuantum detectors are now using atomic interferometry.”Quantum detectors are now being proposed by prestigious It may “be used to search for natural being proposed by prestigious researchers t ay be used to sea c o atu a resources beneath the Earth’s researchers. surface.” August 2010August 2010 Source: http://www jqi umd edu/news/242 a new design for a gravimeter html 13 Source: http://www.jqi.umd.edu/news/242‐a‐new‐design‐for‐a‐gravimeter.html 13
  14. 14. Th SFDSFD ®® l iThe SFDSFD ®® ExplorationThe SFDSFD Exploration . . . . . 1414
  15. 15. O t t tOur customers want to . . . . . Ki kKi k S N B i E l iS N B i E l i•• KickKick‐‐Start New Basin EvaluationStart New Basin Evaluation •• Conduct Rapid ProspectConduct Rapid Prospect‐‐Scale ReconnaissanceScale ReconnaissanceConduct Rapid ProspectConduct Rapid Prospect‐‐Scale ReconnaissanceScale Reconnaissance •• Minimize Environmental and Community ImpactsMinimize Environmental and Community Impacts •• Explore Areas with High Security RisksExplore Areas with High Security Risks•• Explore Areas with High Security RisksExplore Areas with High Security Risks •• HighHigh‐‐Grade Unexplored AcreageGrade Unexplored Acreagegg p gp g •• Evaluate Bid Round BlocksEvaluate Bid Round Blocks•• Evaluate Bid Round BlocksEvaluate Bid Round Blocks Shorten the Exploration CycleShorten the Exploration Cycle::Shorten the Exploration CycleShorten the Exploration Cycle:: Reduce DiscoveryReduce Discovery TimeTime ‐ and ‐ Manage DiscoveryManage Discovery CostsCostsReduce Discovery Reduce Discovery TimeTime and  Manage Discovery Manage Discovery CostsCosts 1515
  16. 16. Prospect-Scale ReconnaissanceProspect Scale Reconnaissance ®®® h d thshowed themshowed them WHERE TOWHERE TOWHERE TO SHOOTSHOOTSHOOT Seismic showed themSeismic showed them h t d illwhere to drill. 1616
  17. 17. NXT’s Global ReachNXT s Global Reach Syrian Petroleum Company Pakistan Petroleum Limited Encal Energy Pakistan Petroleum Limited Renaissance Energy Nexstar Energy Montana Exploration CamWest Exploration Infinity Oil and Gas Rosetta Energy Pacific Rubiales Virtus Energy Ecopetrolgy Hocol BP Colombia Petro Dorado SFD survey locationsPCR (Argentina) offices 17 yPCR (Argentina) 17
  18. 18. ®® (Stress Field Detector)(Stress Field Detector) • Proprietaryp y • Citation 560 jet aircraft• Citation 560 jet aircraft • Survey altitude: 3000mSurvey altitude: 3000m E i t ll F i dl• Environmentally Friendly • Identifies areas of reservoir• Identifies areas of reservoir t ti l b th h dpotential both onshore and offshoreoffshore 1818
  19. 19. Comparison of Geophysical MethodsComparison of Geophysical Methods Data Coverage for $2 Million (SFD or Seismic)Data Coverage for $2 Million (SFD or Seismic) 2500 2000 1500 ters 1500 ome 1000 eKilo 1000 Line 500 0 10 000 k2D Seismic SFD SFD 10,000 sq. km. Survey Method SFD SeismicSeismic SFD delivers Focus quickly and cost effectivelySFD delivers Focus quickly and cost effectively 1919
  20. 20. SFDSFD®®SFDSFD®® Survey System LimitationsSFDSFD Survey System Limitations SFD is not a direct hydrocarbon indicatory Cannot determine exact drill locationCannot determine exact drill location or differentiate reservoir fluid typesyp or define exact depth of reservoiror define exact depth of reservoir or distinguish the number of stacked reservoirs,or distinguish the number of stacked reservoirs, unless they have unequal lateral extensionsunless they have unequal lateral extensions 2020
  21. 21. TestimonialsTestimonials “[SFD]…is a technique that measures the energy associated with tectonic stress in substructures and therefore is helping assess those areas that are very remote, very complicated to acquire seismic. I i h h i i h h i i k l d [ h ] h l i l d i iIntegrating these techniques with the existing knowledge, [such as] the geological surveys and seismic i f ti h l t d t d th t t l tt f th d d fi d i iti thinformation, helps us to understand the structural pattern of the area and define and prioritize the areas where we are going to follow up with some more detailed seismic We used [SFD] and the results werewhere we are going to follow up with some more detailed seismic. We used [SFD] and the results were very encouraging we plan to continue using this modern technique in some of those remotevery encouraging… we plan to continue using this modern technique in some of those remote areas where seismic is very complicated and expensive to shoot. This doesn't mean we are notareas where seismic is very complicated and expensive to shoot. This doesn t mean we are not going to shoot seismic, but it helps to plan the seismic coverage in big areas where you need tog g p p g g y prioritize the seismic coverage” Jose Francisco ArataJose Francisco Arata P id t P ifi R bi l EPresident, Pacific Rubiales Energy t f t ti t R d J i ti i C l bi f S t 13 2010except from presentation at Raymond James investing in Colombia conference, Sept 13, 2010 “The SFD® survey system allowed us to do a timely evaluation of our TEA block in the PutumayoThe SFD® survey system allowed us to do a timely evaluation of our TEA block in the Putumayo basin We are making extensive use of the SFD® data concurrently with the rest of the informationbasin. We are making extensive use of the SFD data concurrently with the rest of the information to select the best areas for future exploration.”to select the best areas for future exploration. Dr. Jairo Lugo Sr. Vice President, Exploration, Pacific Rubiales Energyp gy 2121
  22. 22. SFD®: Fast Tracks the Exploration ProcessSFD : Fast Tracks the Exploration Process C tCostCost E&P SuccessE&P Success TimeTime =REDUCES LOW FINDING REDUCES LOW FINDINGLOW FINDING Ri k COSTSRisk COSTSRisk Focus is the keyFocus is the key 2222
  23. 23. Key Contact Information: George Liszicasz, Chairman and CEO george@nxtenergy.com Andy Steedman, V.P. Operations asteedman@nxtenergy.com NXT Energy Solutions Inc. Azer Mustaqeem, M.Sc., P.Geoph., gy Telephone (403) 264 7020Geoscientist Telephone (403) 264-7020 Fax (403) 264-6442 amustaqeem@nxtenergy.com Fax (403) 264-6442 Website: www.nxtenergy.com 2323
  24. 24. Th SFDSFD ®® C St diThe SFDSFD ®® Case StudiesThe SFDSFD Case Studies Click Here for SFD Case StudiesClick Here for SFD Case Studies 2424

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