The upstream sector includes the searching for possible underground or underwater crude oil and natural gas fields, drilling of exploratory wells, and eventually drilling and operating the wells that recover and bring the crude oil and/or raw natural gas to the surface Deepetro along with its partners have constantly invested in finding new and innovative technologies to be implemented in its exploration and production activities from use of 3D seismic to reservoir engineering.

Growing oil & gas demand has made it more important to constantly find new reserves. New and innovative technologies have revolutionized hydrocarbon exploration and Deepetro applies its broad know-how in the e & p sector. We at Deepetro believe success of a well solely demands on exact seismic report, high-tech machinery and material, innovative drilling techniques and experience. Deepetro is investing in ventures across the world and constantly looking to explore more opportunities.

We provide solutions for:


Along with our partners we are equipped to use seismic technique which makes it possible to map the geological structure of the earth’s subsurface three-dimensionally.


Deepetro has capacity to conduct geology for the reservoirs.

Reservoir Engineering

A variety of technical methods and tools are available to achieve the goal.

Exploration and Production

Deepetro’s Exploration & Production’s segment aims to discover and develop oil and gas fields to meet the world’s growing energy demand.

Its three core responsibilities are to:

  • Ensure the safety of people and assets in its operations.
  • Grow production while delivering best-in-class profitability.
  • Achieve operational excellence so that its activities are acceptable to all stakeholders.

The Exploration & Production business segment continuously strives to renew and develop its portfolio of oil and gas assets in often-complex environments.

The traditional method of adding new reserves, exploration consists of four main steps:

  • First, seismic and geophysical surveys are conducted to evaluate the potential of the geological prospect.
  • This is followed by an exploratory well to confirm the presence of oil or gas. If so, the geological prospect proves to be an oil or gas field.
  • The data from the exploration well and the subsequent appraisal wells are then analyzed to provide a first assessment of the properties of the reservoir and the hydrocarbons it contains.
  • Then, more detailed studies are performed to determine the feasibility and the profitability of developing the field. Based on the results, a decision is made on whether or not to launch the development of the field.