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Energy Firms Turn to Space for Offshore Data

July 22, 2014

Energy Firms Turn to Space for Offshore Data

Satellite-derived bathymetry reduces risk and cost of offshore seismic surveys. By David Critchley, CEO, Proteus (www.proteusgeo.com), Abu Dhabi, UAE, and Bristol, United Kingdom. In recent years, energy companies have relied increasingly on high-resolution satellite imagery to plan the onshore seismic survey operations that are crucial to hydrocarbon exploration activities. Image data improves the safety, accuracy