Airborne Full Tensor Gradiometry (FTG) data is helping operators optimize 2020/21 budgets and Bell Geospace is fortunate to have been back in the air since June 3rd 2020. 

We invite you to listen to Bell Geospace CEO Scott Hammond’s podcast or request a meeting with our team. Learn how Bell Geospace can help you to ride out the low oil prices and global pandemic.

At times like these, making a significant difference to your bottom line goes an extra long way.


Exploring new areas

FTG provides the economical means for 3D information over
under-explored areas. Square kilometer prices, dependent on
acquisition parameters, will run 2-5% the cost of 3D seismic

Integrating legacy data, planning new surveys

Integrating FTG with legacy 2D seismic data calibrates and
enhances the interpretation of both. The end result is a
product that in the right circumstances can be as useful
as a full 3D seismic survey, and all at a fraction of the cost - read more in this case example




De-risking increasingly
complex geology

FTG works extremely well defining shallow basement
features, volcanics, salt bodies and lineaments such as faults
or buried channels. It provides up to 50 meter spatial
wavelength resolution over an entire survey area. FTG allows
operators to optimise subsequent survey locations and parameters - read more in this case example

Meeting deadlines and work
unit commitments

Acquire up to 20,000 sq.km. per month with FTG per system. Use infield processed data to plan and acquire infill on the fly over areas of interest for the highest resolution. Bell Geospace
delivers final processed results within weeks of the last day of
acquisition - read more in this case example



Lowering footprint

A typical airborne crew of 5 people minimises the
exploration presence a country. A small crew is less complicated
to mobilise and easier to keep safe. Environmental Impact
Assessments are more straightforward. Airborne operations minimise the environmental footprint of a survey

Optimize budgets in these uncertain times

with  Bell Geospace