STRYDE is a start-up with a breakthrough seismic technology, spun out of BP as a separate company. Our receiver technology may be the smallest on the market, but its track record in delivering high quality subsurface images fast and at low cost suggests it shouldn’t be underestimated.
Editor's note: Updated March 30, 2021.
In this week's Tech Trends episode, Hart Energy's Jaxon Caines is with geophysicist Amine Ourabah to talk about how STRYDE Lens streamlined its seismic data processing capabilities to access subsurface images faster than ever before.
Here’s a roundup of the latest E&P headlines, including an FLNG design and engineering contract and new seismic offerings.
Hart Energy's Jaxon Caines speaks with Pete Shelton, head of business development at Stryde about a new seismic acquisition sensor that can help develop a clearer picture of the subsurface.
Here’s a roundup of the latest E&P headlines including a production update from Tullow, an update on U.K. offshore opportunities and some contract announcements in the upstream oil and gas industry.
Here’s a roundup of the latest E&P headlines including new contracts and regulatory announcements in the upstream oil and gas industry.
Small nodal system provides high-res data with a light footprint and reduced cost, seismic companies Polaris and STRYDE report.
Nodal technology offers substantially reduced environmental footprint, reduced HSE risk, faster surveys and significant operational and logistical efficiencies before, during and after acquisition.
STRYDE CEO Mike Popham shares details about the company’s progress since being spun out of bp as well as its new nodal technology, 2021 plans and emerging trends.