Geoex MCG is pleased to present the multi-client 3D project in Mozambique, covering up to 8,500 km2. The pre-qualifying stage of the Mozambique 6th Licensing Round is now complete and offers the ideal ground for this multi-client 3D opportunity.
An insider look at the new comprehensive multi-disciplinary subsurface study defining the Carbon Storage Capacity and risks in key Protraction areas of the US Gulf of Mexico.
We have been deeply saddened by the situation in Ukraine and stand in solidarity with everyone affected. We have made the necessary decision to remove Russia's Barents Sea data from our marketing portfolio.
The CAMDI and Barbados surveys target the highly prospective Southeastern Caribbean Region, tying several producing areas, and deep-water wells (including Sandy Lane).
In a bid to explore new energies, our team members Pascal Lipsky and Mike Powney have attended the Natural Hydrogen Workshop, together with our partners. The event was hosted on Wednesday, 12th January by geology experts from SRC, expanding our inquiry into new energy niches of the geoscience sector.
Geoex MCG and Seismic Partner are pleased to present the Quad 35 Hybrid MC3D data in a fold-out article in this months Geo ExPro magazine.
Geoex MCG, Seismic Partner, and the clients that already have seen the data are very pleased with the data quality of the Quad 35 Hybrid MC3D survey. Seismic interpreters from GeoProvider who worked the data were also excited, calling it the best 3D data in the North Sea, sharp, precise and crystal clear.