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

Cornerstone 32nd Round Data

Get comprehensive seismic coverage of the Central North Sea, North Viking Graben, Southern North Sea and West of Shetlands for your OGA 32nd License Round, Awards.

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GeoVerse™ Geological Database

Access all of CGG’s digitally transformed multi-client geological data, derived from an unrivaled library of geological studies and databases developed over the last 50 years.

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Full-Waveform Inversion

Accurately compute highly detailed, data-driven models of subsurface velocity, absorption and reflectivity for use in seismic imaging and interpretation.

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Make smarter geological, geotechnical and safety-related decisions throughout the mining life cycle with remote, satellite-derived intelligence.

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Machine Learning Environment

Solve the toughest petrophysical challenges with the machine learning and deep learning capabilities offered by CGG GeoSoftware.

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Seismic Reservoir Characterization Technology

Gain a better understanding of your reservoir’s properties using advanced seismic methodologies and technology.

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Data Transformation

Ensure your seismic, well and geological data is digitally transformed and integrated the right way to get the full picture for your workflows.

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Cloud Solutions

Access our leading software using multiple cloud options, or take advantage of our state-of-the-art high-performance computing.

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CGG Commits to Carbon Neutrality by 2050

Paris, France | Jan 27, 2021

Aligned with the company’s longstanding commitment to act responsibly and minimize the impact of its activities on the environment, in every sector of its business, CGG has announced its pledge to become carbon neutral by 2050 in scopes 1 & 2 of the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol.

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Industry Article

High-resolution 3D seismic imaging and refined velocity model building improve the image of a deep geothermal reservoir in the Upper Rhine Graben

Dec 9, 2020

Over the past 35 years, geothermal projects have been developed in the Upper Rhine Graben (URG) to exploit deep geothermal energy. Underneath approximately 2 km of sedimentary deposits, the deep target consists of a granitic basement, which is highly fractured and hydrothermally altered. Therefore, it has high potential as a geothermal reservoir.

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APPEX 2021

Mar 01 - Mar 04, 2021 | Online (GMT), Online

Meet our global team of multi-client experts at APPEX 2021 online!

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