An HMPA signal is most easily compared to a battery. Batteries simply convert chemical energy to electrical energy. HMPA oil exploration technology follows the same concept. The technology is used to explore for oil looking for specific electrical signals that occur over oil reservoirs. Hydrocarbons are chemically charged with energy. At depth, hydrocarbons interact with fluids and minerals and the result is a chemical reaction that converts the hydrocarbon energy into electrical energy. As the electrical energy propagates to the surface of the earth, it encounters additional shallower fluids and mineralogical interfaces, adding more characteristics to the signal. During an HMPA field survey, a special sensor looks for the presence of this signal and if captured, the proprietary software breaks down the genetics of the signal and analyzes the information to determine the presence of oil.
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