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STRYDE secure contract for gas and oil exploration in Poland

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STRYDE has secured a contract to supply more than 20 000 seismic receiver nodes to enable one of Europe’s largest oil and gas exploration projects in Poland.

Geopartner Geofizyka, the geophysical survey company, has invested a six-figure sum into STRYDE’s equipment as part of a 3D seismic survey for oil field exploration and development programme by a major Polish oil and gas operator.

Seismic acquisition of the 300 km2 area, which is being tipped as one of Europe’s largest oil and gas developments, is due to be completed in May 2023 and marks the second time that the company has invested in STRYDE’s innovative and nimble technology, having previously purchased 1500 nodes for another project in August 2022.

The company’s nodal technology will be used to perform a high-density 3D seismic data acquisition working alongside vibroseis trucks that will provide the source technology to send seismic signals into the ground that reflect off various rock formations underground, which are then measured and recorded by STRYDE nodes and processed into an image that can be interpreted by geologists.

The contract also included field support services from their operational support team who were able to offer on-site training, start-up support, and survey operational advice for the crew based in Poland.

Amie Foster, Global Account Manager at STRYDE said: “It’s a pleasure to be working with Geopartner Geofizyka once again, on this crucial project. Our proven history with the company further showcases how STRYDE delivers high-resolution seismic data whilst reducing costs, improving survey efficiencies, and reducing risk.

“Our miniature nodes have allowed Geopartner Geofizyka to reduce crew size and vehicles on-site, which in turn has resulted in a lowered environmental impact, less operational logistics, and rapid access to seismic data.”

This agreement follows a series of contract wins already secured by STRYDE in Q1 where the technology has been used to acquire onshore seismic data for exploration and monitoring of the subsurface for multiple sectors, including oil and gas, geothermal, CCUS, mining, agricultural, civil engineering and much more.

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