Comparison with traditional methods

Advantages and distinctive characteristics of the innovative method for mineral exploration:

Efficiency – identifying the contours of promising anomalies in large areas and conducting detailed studies within the boundaries of each anomaly in the shortest possible time.

Versatility – the possibility to search remotely any types of minerals (oil, gas, gas condensate, gold-bearing and uranium ores, diamonds, ores of various metals, as well as underground thermal and drinking waters).

Accuracy – the success rate of detecting, delineating, and determining of the depths of HC horizons is more than 90%, for metals and polymetallic ores is 80-85%, for water it is more than 90%.

Selectivity – determine by a direct method the structures containing exclusively specified minerals, and do not identificating all geological structures by geophysical features (seismic exploration, electrical exploration, magnetic exploration, etc.). This excludes significant financial costs for drilling dry wells, or for selecting a core with a low content of useful metal in ore rocks.

Environmental friendliness – the method is completely safe for people and the environment.

Cost-effectiveness – reducing the cost of discovering and identifying deposits and, as a result, avoiding a need to conduct a full scope of research of the survey area using several traditional ways. This method directly determines the type of the field, and not the geophysical signs by which the decision is traditionally made to choose drilling locations

Informativeness – determining quantitative indicators of minerals (resources assessment, thickness of oil-saturated and water-saturated horizons, their porosity, concentration of useful metal in the ore, gas pressure, temperature, direction of movement of the fluid, etc.). The ability to build deep sections and profile (ore body) at the points of measurement of their depths of occurrence, selected on the lines of geological profiles.