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CGG sells its stake in ARGAS to TAQA
CGG has entered into a definitive agreement with TAQA to sell its entire stake in ARGAS
21 Nov 2023

CGG to acquire 8,000 km of multi-client data offshore Malaysia
Experts at CGG's Kuala Lumpur subsurface imaging center will apply its latest proprietary full-waveform inversion and Q-tomography imaging technologies to provide the industry with a better regional understanding of the petroleum systems in this underexplored basin
15 Nov 2023

Real-time structural integrity data for safety & digital twin apps on Petrobras
SENSFIBTM fibre optic hull monitoring chosen for newbuilds under construction at YANTAI CIMC Raffles Offshore in China
03 Nov 2023

ABB drives CCS progress by adding subsurface modelling to its digital twin
ABB collaborates with Computer Modelling Group on subsurface simulation to deliver complete end-to-end carbon capture and storage (CCS) model
31 Oct 2023

Emissions fall 24% as oil and gas industry takes big strides towards low carbon
The UK offshore oil and gas industry has reduced production emissions by 24% compared to 2018, according to a report from the leading industry body Offshore Energies UK.
12 Oct 2023

SLB, AWS and Shell collaborate to accelerate OSDU® data platform adoption
Agreement demonstrates the platform's openness potential, avoiding costly and inefficient adaptation of applications
10 Oct 2023

Halliburton introduces Pulsestar™ intelligent, high-speed telemetry service
Transmits high-speed, real-time drilling and subsurface data at extended depths to ensure efficient and consistent well deliver
25 Sep 2023

CGG commences Côte d’Ivoire reimaging project near Baleine Field
CGG will reimage the 3D seismic data with its latest proprietary technologies, including time-lag FWI, QFWI, and the potential application of targeted FWI imaging.
27 Sep 2023

STRYDE partners with elite academics to advance science
STRYDE has secured contracts with several educational institutes in support of their research to drive a responsible and sustainable future. Some of these world-renowned academic institutes include the University of Oxford and Newcastle University in the UK, Virginia Tech in the US, and King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudia Arabia.
11 Sep 2023

Archer extends Horizon56 partnership across 12 platform rigs
Archer's implementations of Horizon56's RigFlow solution will now scale from the existing three platform rigs established since 2022, to twelve rigs globally.
14 Sep 2023

SLB signs Subsurface Technology Partnership Agreement with INEOS Energy
Digital AI solutions to maximize operational and cost efficiencies, minimize risk and secure quality recoverable reserves
05 Sep 2023

Sercel’s OBN to operate in all seabed survey water depths
Sercel extends its OBN portfolio to operate in all seabed survey water depths
30 Aug 2023

Shearwater reveals 10x speed-ups with NVIDIA GPU-acceleration
Shearwater announces 10x speed-ups in Shearwater reveal with NVIDIA GPU-acceleration
30 Aug 2023

Sercel launches MetaBlue
Sercel launches MetaBlue: A Data-driven marine seismic survey management solution for E&P projects
29 Aug 2023

STRYDE launches integrated in-field data processing service for faster decisions
The solution operates in harmony with STRYDE's seismic recording devices and data acquisition system and works for the vast majority of seismic acquisition projects.
28 Aug 2023

Microseismic joins an alliance with Terra15
Microseismic joins an alliance with Terra15 for Turnkey Passive Seismic Monitoring using DAS
24 Aug 2023

Getech releases Globe 2023 with new capabilities for resource exploration
Getech, a world-leading locator of subsurface resources, has released a new version of its proprietary digital platform, Globe.
23 Aug 2023

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