Fairfield Geotechnologies and DUG Technology have signed a comprehensive strategic agreement on June 18 that includes the reprocessing and imaging of over 5,000 sq miles of multiclient seismic data.
In addition, Fairfield Geotechnologies will use the DUG McCloud platform to archive their extensive library of seismic data and to closely collaborate with DUG during processing and imaging projects.
“Fairfield Geotechnologies conducted a thorough evaluation of the DUG McCloud technology platform. Based on our analysis, we have selected DUG as our main technology provider moving forward. DUG’s impressive R&D team is working on new technologies that we feel will provide substantial upside value to Fairfield and our customers. This agreement is another step towards our continued commitment to the industry in providing high-end multiclient programs for the development of unconventional resources,” Joe Dryer, president of Fairfield Geotechnologies, said.
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