The subsurface archive's main objective is the handling of data from oil and gas related exploration activities in Denmark as well as in Greenland. This means data from deep wells and seismic surveys.
Data from shallow wells (water supply wells, raw material wells, geotechnical wells and others) are stored in the Well Data Archive.
The Act concerning the use of the Danish subsurface states that all data acquired during activities in the Danish subsurface must be forwarded to the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS). This makes GEUS the national databank for all types of data from the Danish subsurface.
Due to an agreement with the Government of Greenland all data from activities in Greenland are also stored in the GEUS databank.
Data from released 2D and 3D seismic surveys.
Data from released appraisal- and exploration wells.
Purchase of data
All released data are available from GEUS.
In general data are kept confidential for five and a half year. Well data counted from the completion date and geophysical data from the processing date.
Data announced in our catalogues and price lists are GEUS proprietary data. Purchased copies of data or any part of them may not be given, lent, leased, resold or in any other way distributed to any third party.
For further information please see GEUS_Terms_of_Delivery_Version_20_08_2014.pdf
Prices do not include VAT.
If the data are to be included in the common database for e.g. a license group each company in the group has to purchase a copy of the data. GEUS offers group reductions as listed below:
For further information please contact: Geological Data Centre
- First company pays 100% (full price)
- Second company pays 70% (of the full price)
- Third and following companies pays (45% of the full price)
Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS)
Øster Voldgade 10
DK-1350 Copenhagen K
Tel.: +45 3814 2000 (Switchboard) + 45 9133 3959 (Geological Data Centre)
Fax: +45 3814 2050