Lakewood, WA (PRWEB) May 13, 2014
The PL14 seismoelectric technology has been used by a Texas geophysicist to successfully detect oil reserves over the week of May 4, 2014. Mike G. geophysicist states, "They hit it! In fact, they think they may be in several good producing zones. I've seen enough to convince me there is something to this [PL14] technology in finding oil and gas. We are moving forward to purchase tomorrow. What is your time of delivery?”
“Until now there hasn't been any technology available that could directly detect resistive liquid such as oil.” – Ervin Kraemer, PL14 Manufacturer.
In addition to imaging mobile resistive liquids (oil, gas, and fresh water) the PL14 seismoelectric technology can detect those liquids at depths of greater than 2,000 meters and has been able to even detect very small volumes of important liquids like oil. Ervin Kraemer of PetroLocate recently used the PL14 to detect a 1450m deep oil reserve, which only produces six barrels of oil a day on known producing oil wells. The confirmation of a PL14 Test with a subsequent successful drilling after the PL14 data collected confirms the technology's ability to see oil beneath the ground before the oil well has been drilled. The Seismoelectric units manufactured by Ervin Kraemer of PetroLocate have currently been used to image geothermal zones, as well as oil, successfully. Patent pending (Ser. No.: 2014111207), Ervin Kraemer also manufactures the Aqualocate GF6 Seismoelectric Technology which is used for groundwater location, detecting an aquifer depth, yield and thickness before the water well is drilled. Mr. Kraemer has been the sole manufacturer of this technology since 2003. For more information on the PL14 seismoelectric technology visit http://www.petrolocate.com or contact Ervin Kraemer directly at 800-251-3350.