From truly flexible working to Spanish vineyards… does this sound like the working life for you? Land seismic technology company STRYDE certainly thinks so.
UK-based seismic technology provider, STRYDE, has signed a contract with Polaris Natural Resources following its successful use of the STRYDE nodal system in Namibia and Zimbabwe.
A seismic survey firm owned by oil giant BP has developed equipment which is hoped to one day be used on the moons of Saturn or Jupiter.
Reconnaissance Energy Africa is disclosing more information on its efforts, even while short sellers maintain criticism of its plans.
Doing more with less is a tempting proposition for any business but perhaps none more so than the beleaguered seismic sector.
Pioneering seismic technology provider STRYDE today announced its Nodes were used in conjunction with Explor PinPoint technology to achieve a new global record in land seismic trace density at the Carbon Management Canada (CMC) Field Research Station.
BP has set itself a challenge of creating five “unicorn” companies - valued at more than $1 billion - in the next five years to address the “dual challenge” of supplying more energy with fewer emissions.