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Expert, independent advice on the most appropriate satellite imagery (optical, radar) and elevation data products.
The benchmark for petrophysics, rock physics, facies analysis and statistical mineralogy. Collaborative multi-well log analysis made easy for better drilling decisions.
A selection of case histories that demonstrate the success and applicability of our systems to a variety of purposes as well as a collection of papers published in peer-reviewed technical journals are available upon request.
FALCON AGG is the only AGG system that has been custom designed for use in survey aircraft and as a result provides the highest resolution and lowest noise AGG data available. It is able to be deployed in both fixed wing and helicopter platforms enabling acquisition to be performed in all types of terrain.
The ability of the TEMPEST time domain electromagnetic (TEM) system to acquire high quality conductivity data over large areas, reliably, quickly and economically, enables explorers to efficiently identify high priority targets for further exploration.
CGG flew the HELITEM® time-domain electromagnetic (TDEM) as a test survey over the Lalor Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide (VMS) deposit in early 2012. Lalor is a deep VMS deposit within the Chisel Lake basin in the North-western region of Manitoba, Canada.
A TEMPEST® airborne fixed wing time-domain electromagnetic and magnetic survey was flown over the Nuqrah – Mardah area of central Saudi Arabia.
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