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Accelerate exploration with off-the-shelf seismic and geoscience products and studies.

Illustration Map OF North Viking Graben

Northern Viking Graben

Assess opportunities with a unique 44,000 sq km regional broadband data set with new dual-azimuth coverage.

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Versal Unified Seismic Data Ecosystem

Versal is an independent, secure, cloud-based, multi-client seismic data ecosystem where clients can easily access all their data and entitlements in one place.

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OBN data – Mississippi Canyon, Gulf of Mexico

Ocean Bottom Node Seismic

Get closer to the reservoir with expert seismic imaging of ocean bottom node (OBN) data.

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Strengthen situational awareness and mitigate offshore pollution risk with critical sea surface slick intelligence.

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Cloud Solutions

Data delivery, storage and compute: cloud services that accelerate business with a platform-agnostic, open approach.

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Data Transformation

Liberate and integrate trapped data using our proven teams, technology and taxonomy for better business outcomes.

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Reduce risk across exploration, development and production with geothermal services that help characterize the subsurface and monitor operations.

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CCUS power station

Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage

Accelerate CCUS with integrated geoscience solutions to screen storage sites and optimize development for safe and effective injection and long-term storage of CO₂.

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CGG Announces its Q3 2021 Results

Paris, France | Nov 3, 2021

I am encouraged by our Q3 results and more importantly by the signs of the gradually increasing demand for our core businesses, supported by the strengthening macro-environment.

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Industry Article

A decade of HPC in oil

Dec 2, 2021

CGG has always been at the forefront of industrial High Perfor­mance Computing (HPC) architectures: we were operating vector supercomputers (Convex, Cray and NEC) in the early 1990s, and large parallel supercomputers (Convex SPP, IBM SP, Sgi Origin) by the end of that decade. At the turn of the millennium, we were pioneering the use of commodity clusters, and started to add accelerators a couple of years later, even before GPGPU programming languages formally emerged.

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