These projects will start in 1Q21/2Q21 and complete with cloud delivery of the data no later than 4Q21.
Utilising CGG Cloud supercomputing, imaging specialists at CGG’s Houston subsurface imaging centre will employ compute-intensive data-driven proprietary algorithms, such as time-lag full-waveform inversion and least-squares migration, to ensure timely delivery of the highest-quality images to better support renewal and development decisions.
Colin Murdoch, EVP, Geoscience, CGG, said: “This high-profile set of awards demonstrates client demand for our best-in-class technology and service. By consistently investing in our people, imaging technology innovation, and high-performance computing infrastructure during the pandemic crisis, CGG continues to provide an unmatched level of services and image quality as the recognised leader in high-end seismic imaging.”
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