Case History 1: Haiti
 Seismoelectronics technology detected 236 (300) groundwater drilling locations.  The drilling of these locations resulted in a 90-95% success rate.

Case History 3:  Locating water in fractured granitic bodies, Llano, TexasIn this Pre-Cambrian age primarily granitic intrusive rock, water detection is quite challenging.  The successful water wells occur only when drilling directly into water saturated fractures.

In part of Texas Ranchers and farmers have a difficult time locating a water source in the subsurface.  While this type of rock does not have traditional permeable zones such as is the case in sedimentary and carbonate rocks, once must identify fracture zones for a potential water source.
In the Blackjack ranch of our clients drilled a total of 4 dry holes before contacting us to help them find water in the subsurface.  Seismo Electronics performed a seismoelectric survey over a period of 2 days and processed the results.  Our technology and interpretation of the seismoelectric data resulted in the drilling of a well yielding 14 gallons of water minute.  This was sufficient to meet their needs.

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Groundwater location

Case History 2: South Texas, USA
 A geothermal exploration program was carried out in South Texas in cooperation with SINOPEC Research Institute.  The goal of this survey was to identify deep seeded high temperature water saturated faults.  Correlation of processed and interpreted seismoelectric data to nearby well logs resulted in a 70% match.  Project goal was to locate fractures in the Texas Gulf Coast near the testing of a geothermal source well.  Subsequent correlation and predictability evaluation by 11 SINOPEC experts resulted in 89/100 score.

We have already worked on more than 230 survey sites (with DC-4500) in Haiti with 95% success rate since 2011. More than 230 water wells were drilled. Most of seismoelectric surveys were performed in Port-au-prince.