Bell Geospace and Saudi Geophysical launch new agency relationship at MEOS GEO 2023 to serve Geophysical Exploration Programs in Saudi Arabia.
15th February 2023.
Bell Geospace Ltd, leading providers of Full Tensor Gravity Gradiometry data and Saudi Geophysical, consultants and geophysical service providers, announce a new agency relationship will officially launch at MEOS GEO 2023 in Bahrain.
The relationship will facilitate future airborne Full Tensor Gravity Gradiometry (FTG) exploration programs in Saudi Arabia, via expedited permits and the provision of a local service from project conception through to data delivery and application.
It is well reported that Saudi Arabia’s next steps of economic growth will come from sustained oil activity and an expansion of the non-oil sector such as Mining and Minerals.
‘’Saudi Arabia is currently undergoing a massive transformation. Saudi Geophysical wants to be ready by creating these critical partnerships. Geophysical exploration plays an important role. By adding the key technology of Bell Geospace airborne exploration to our existing suite of geophysical techniques, we are well placed to serve our local market with the right method at the right time, based on our client’s objectives’’. Sean Siegfried, CEO at Saudi Geophysical.
Bell Geospace delivers airborne full tensor gravity gradiometry and magnetic data for geological and structural mapping. The data locate density contrasts related to subsurface geological architecture for energy, mineralization zones, geothermal resources, or potential Carbon Capture sites.
‘Airborne FTG data acquisition is an efficient and cost-effective way to collect meaningful data, very fast’’. John Macfarlane, Executive VP at Bell Geospace. ‘’Working with Saudi Geophysical brings the value of Bell Geospace data directly to Saudi Arabia. We are looking forward to starting our first survey in coming months.’’
Bell Geospace will be exhibiting with Saudi Geophysical at MEOS GEO 2023 in Bahrain. Interested parties can meet with Gaud Pouliquen and Colm Murphy at the Saudi Geophysical booth C-50 during the event.