CGG has become a member of the Centre for Geophysical Forecasting, a world-leading research and innovation consortium based in the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
PGS and deepC Store Limited (DCS) have entered into a Letter of Intent to co-develop a commercial scale carbon storage project offshore Australia.
Schlumberger has announced the launch of Schlumberger End-to-end Emissions Solutions (SEES).
Mitsui and PGS have signed an agreement to develop Artificial Intelligence driven solutions to image subsurface structures.
Sercel has announced the launch of Bluepulse, an innovative marine acoustic source it says offers the “most advanced frequency control technology” on the market.
At IMAGE21, PGS has presented a “game-changing” realisation of several decades of industry ambition with PGS Ultima as a move away from traditional sequential processing to a simultaneous inversion combining velocity model building and least-squares imaging.
The DUG Technology Group says it is in the process of filing a number of patent applications related to hydrogen energy storage systems.
Australia could turn carbon dioxide waste into a valuable revenue stream according to a new report from Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO.
The aerospace industry is preparing for flying with hydrogen. In Hamburg, the world's third-largest aviation centre, a new development platform is being launched to test the new technology from as early as 2022.
CGG has launched SeaScope, an “innovative pollution monitoring solution”, as part of its growing portfolio of products and services for environmental application.
Combining expertise in remote sensing science, earth observation data, machine learning and high-performance computing, CGG said that SeaScope provides critical sea surface slick intelligence for a range of industries to strengthen situational awareness of the interaction between offshore assets, coastal facilities, local...