Geophysics

  • The formation of an energy resources group, bringing together its specialist precise positioning and offshore companies within Racal Electronics Pic, Berkshire, U.K., was announced recently. The group will consolidate Racal's worldwide activities in this field and provide the coordinated effort required to stimulate further growth. It will be headed by Racal Energy Resources Limited, one of several new companies resulting from the reorganization.

    The Racal Energy Resources Group will be divided into four key activities: Racal Survey Limited will provide surface and underwater precise positioning services; Racal Geophysics Limited will concentrate on high resolution geophysical studies and seismic reconnaissance; Racal Positioning Systems Limited will continue the development and manufacture of a wide range of precise positioning products and systems; and the Racal Expert Systems Divisions will further the development of new computer techniques for interpreting complex data generated during oilfield studies.

    Among the plans for the new energy group is the entry into North Sea service this month of Aqua-Fix '4, an underwater positioning system that operates in long, short and ultra-short baseline modes and features "intelligent" transponders with a fast digital telemetry link to the surface.

    A major upgrading of the range of geophysical services offered by the group will also be introduced. These include the addition, in 1984, of a highly advanced survey vessel with 96- channel digital data acquisition capability to its existing fleet; a fully equipped geophysical and hydrographic data processing center in Great Yarmouth, England ; and a research program — the first of its type in the world — which applies "artificial intelligence" computer techniques to seismic interpretation. Precise positioning service chains in the North Sea and elsewhere using Racal's highly advanced 2 Mhz Hyper-Fix system also are planned.

    The board of directors of Racal Energy Resources Limited is composed of David C. Elsbury, chairman; J. (Lain) M.Thomson, managing; John E. Lucken; David Daw; Kindel McNeill; George E. Latta, and W. (Bill) St. J.

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  • . Both universities will be carrying out similar investigations covering a wide range of activities in physical and chemical oceanography, geology, geophysics and biology. The ships are based on the yards Nansenclass research vessels, of which four have been built so far. These flexible vessels have a

  • positioning, sonar solutions and imaging systems. Its solutions are used in challenging applications, including offshore construction and dredging, geophysics and hydrography, ocean science, maritime vessels, fishing, and naval defense. At the heart of an iXBlue INS lies a fiber-optic gyroscope (FOG).

  • and biological oceanography, environmental investigations, ocean engineering and marine acoustics, coastal hydrographic survey, marine geology and geophysics, bathymetric surveys and fisheries research. An interesting feature is the vessel’s gondola and two retractable drop keels to house the extensive

  • Island’s Graduate School of Oceanography is playing a key role in the development of ocean science, spanning the core disciplines of marine geology and geophysics, biology, atmospheric and ocean chemistry, and physics. In 1966, URI’s Department of Ocean Engineering was the first in the nation to establish

  • , three concurrent one-day meetings and a half-day conference are also included in the well-filled ONS '84 program. A session on geology and geophysics will look at the techniques available in these fields and examine how they have been applied to achieve better reservoir modeling. Actual field

  • oceanography, multi-discipline environmental investigations, ocean engineering and marine acoustics, coastal hydrographic survey, marine geology and geophysics, bathymetric surveys and fisheries research. In support of these missions, the ship is extensively equipped to perform all the following tasks: •   

  • offer for survey outfits and oil companies paying for surveys and an OSV presence. Uksnoy chief exec Oystein Uksnoy can now tell oil companies and geophysics surveyors that he’s compliant with upcoming energy efficiency rules for vessels; that the larger tanks in his converted fleet have made it cheaper

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    , including sessions on the Lena Guyed Tower, the Deepwater Well, Floating Production Systems, Limited Driving Force in Ice, and High-Resolution Geophysics. Committee members actively solicited specific authors and papers in those areas. "Our work was active, not reactive," Mr. Watt said. "This insures t

  • labs, along with the state of the art equipment and the experience accumulated along many years of research. Two of the most important labs are the Geophysics lab, known as Rock Physics Laboratory, which deals with measurements of seismic velocity in rock samples using a method of propagation of ultrasonic

  • and Rio Janeiro. Advanced Subsea’s Modeling & Forecast Services are based on a partnership between Advanced Subsea SAS & LEGOS – CNRS Laboratory for Geophysics & Spatial Oceanography. One of the most important aspects of AS’s work in Brazil is related to Met-ocean studies which include Operational Oceanography

  • tracks will cover ‘Unmanned Vehicles and Vessels’ which will involve the broad outlook of the UUV and USV markets and emerging technology, ‘Hydrography, Geophysics and Geotechnics’ discussing the supporting new solutions, sensors, integration and automation.   The final day of the program will look to the

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    in Vancouver and the U.K., and agents globally. It also vember 2017, in Vancouver, which included holding station, has two joint ventures: Ocean Floor Geophysics, a subsea waypoint tracking, manoeuvring around obstacles, autono- geophysical ? rm, which owns and operates AUVs with and mously ? ndings its

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    in the Fugro to Train Saudi Students Campaign Completed in Japan Fugro’s new partnership with KAUST U.S., the company has decided to host Ocean Floor Geophysics Inc. (OFG), in (King Abdullah University of Science this event in Cannes, France on Octo- cooperation with Fukada Salvage and and Technology)

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    lowed the team to improve the water cro-seismic data in deepwater projects. front understanding in an integrated Data processing is in progress, and (geophysics, geology and engineering) images to date have been high qual- interpretation. The ? ow model and ity, achieving reservoir group require- production

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    recovery, simply by increas- ing our knowledge about reservoirs. If we understand them, we can learn to exploit them better,” said Paulo Johann Ph.D., Geophysics Manager at Petrobras. Petrobras’ subsea seismic grid is the ? rst PRM proj- ect in deep waters in the world, and Petrobras’ ? rst ob- jective was

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    away at the coastline, submerging and shrinking habi- Jaap Nienhuis, a graduate student in the MIT-WHOI Joint tats. Program in Marine Geology and Geophysics, says the effects To keep ? ooding at bay, engineers have erected dams and of climate change, and the human efforts to combat these ef- levees

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    , including the 4D-capable Sanco vessels but owes nearly USD800 million, although new Sep- Star (now with OceanGeo) and the Sanco Swift and Sanco tember geophysics sales ought to help. Sword with Dolphin Geophysical offshore Australia. Sanco is fresh from the record-setting 125--sq.-km. shoot The Good News offshor

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    . to be very active off Tanzania. Anadarko, Uksnoy chief exec Oystein Uksnoy can another oil major in Mozambique, is al- now tell oil companies and geophysics ready an Uksnoy customer in the Rovu- surveyors that he’s compliant with up- ma, where other big oil companies have coming energy ef? ciency rules

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    in all pros-pecting, past, present and future, is the man willing to take a chance,? said Pe-troleum geologist Everett DeGolyer, ?the father of American geophysics.? From a lake in Ohio, to piers off the California coast in the early 1900s, to the salt marshes of Louisiana in the 1930s, to the Þ rst ?out-of-sight-

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