A large part of CGG’s Multi-Physics data is acquired by our dedicated fleet of modified aircraft. Multiple deployment options exist for our gravity and magnetic technologies, with terrain being a big driver for the type of platform chosen. From the most remote mountain top in Papua New Guinea to 400km offshore Angola, CGG Multi-Physics has the aircraft and the equipment to ensure your geology is mapped accurately.
While data acquisition platforms and systems are important, so are the logistics and safety considerations of our operations. Airborne data acquisition, when done right, is a fast and budget friendly way to gather geological information about your license area. As part of CGG our commitment to meeting our client’s schedules, operating safely, and leaving as small an environmental footprint as possible is assured.
Providing aCESS TO THE MOST CHALLENGING TERRAIN WITH THE WORLD'S HIGHEST RESOLUTION MULTI-PHYSICS TECHNOLOGIES
Our airborne fleet is capable of carrying airborne gravimeters, airborne gravity gradiometers, electromagnetic systems and magnetic systems; this includes both fixed wing and helicopter platforms
The value of integrating multiple geophysical and geological datasets is at the core of the Multi-Physics philosophy. When this is combined with the ease of access and efficiency that airborne operations permit, it allows explorers to continue pushing the boundaries of discovery despite the tough realities of our industry.
The strength of the Multi-Physics offering is the ability to map several unique rock properties and integrate these with multiple complementary data sources as dictated by the geological challenge.
From regional scale planning to prospect scale decisions; CGG’s marine gravity and magnetic solutions will improve your geological understanding.
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