Rethinking seismic sensors to reform onshore exploration in the Middle East and Asia

In this technical paper published in First Break, Chris Einchcomb, Geophysical Consultant at STRYDE, shines a light on several areas companies typically look at when considering land seismic operations, and explores what costs savings can be achieved through nodal technology in exploration hotspots such as the Middle East and Asia.

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