And you thought it was all to do with seaweed

Today, weather forecasting is a global business, honed in a variety of different ways depending on the application required by the client. Jeremey Cresswell reports

Meeting the ongoing industry skills shortage

As the oil and gas industry is predicted to grow over the next four years, the industry finds itself in a situation where it is already dangerously short of suitably skilled personnel. Barrie Youds reports

Seismic power sources

Three new seismic power sources; the CSP-D and CSP-P with their special dual voltage output and the CSP-S, a compact ‘all in one’ 6000 Joule power source

Improved reservoir recovery through combined use of seismic and EM measurements

Edwin Danson looks at the impact of upgrades in improved real-time positioning accuracy.

Camera, sonar and transponder technology

Kongsberg Maritime has played significant role development of navigation, underwater positioning and communications

Saab Seaeye expands ROV production

Custom-built facilities have been integrated into the new building, including production cells and dedicated test areas

Pirates: holographic radar 'could have seen them coming'

Non-scanning, continuously tracking 3D radar that provides persistent illumination of its field of view and can resolve and measure an object's motion, range and direction

Multipurpose ROV support vessel

Vessel had been performing electromagnetic offshore exploration in the Barents Sea, operating from Hammerfest in Northern Norway

Extracting more from seismic data to get better subsurface models

Paradigm has developed a range of solutions that help companies to extract more value from their seismic data. Keith Forward reports

The quest for better ways of imaging oil and gas reservoirs

Jeremy Cresswell examines the latest in identifying virgin oil and gas opportunities and developing discoveries

Finding new ways to squeeze more energy from mature fields

Geoscientists and engineers are finding new ways to bolster production in mature fields that have long been in decline

Borehole seismic acquisition gives 'high definition' results

Nicholas Brooks reports on specialised borehole seismic data acquisition and processing solutions

Robust multi-core technology for more accurate and faster mapping

Rugged multi-core computing technology is enabling the generation of more detailed and more accurate bathymetric maps at a faster rate

Satellite navigation technology ‘100 per cent future proof’

Leica Geosystems announces its latest global navigation satellite systems technology, the Leica GPS1200+

Seismic power source ups geohazard survey efficiency

Speed and efficiency are crucial when seismic survey operations take place inside the Arctic Circle

Eyes on the Arctic as race to find undiscovered energy intensifies

The Arctic promises much in terms of energy resources, but huge technical, economic, environmental and social challenges will have to be overcome if the region is to be exploited successfully

Cable protection is stronger, lighter and more versatile

With environmental issues and energy saving being hot topics in our current climate, you would not think that a cable fairing would be something that would spring to mind in either of those categories. Alan Cooper reports

Seismic package has 'extreme' channel count point-receiver

Jeremy Cresswell looks at the pick of what's new on the seismic technologies block

Streamer steering now crucial as market conditions tighten

Jeff Cunkelman discusses field-proven technology to optimise survey data, efficiency and safety



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