This is PGS
PGS provides images and 3D data about the subsurface that oil companies use to find and produce oil and gas reserves
Oil and gas companies use PGS data in the exploration phase to investigate regional geology and to locate reservoirs and spot traps during their search for new reserves. Later, in the production phase, they need accurate data with reliable attributes to plan the interventions required to produce efficiently from existing reservoirs over the life of a field.
Our activities are organized into two business areas.
- Sales & Services markets and sells seismic services on a contract basis, MultiClient library data, and imaging services worldwide
- Operations & Technology plans, manages and executes all our acquisition projects, and is home to the team that develops new technology solutions
PGS is a leading, international, marine geophysical company. Our business is technology driven and we provide a broad range of seismic and reservoir services, including acquisition, imaging, interpretation, and field evaluation.
The PGS data library is among the largest and most modern in the industry. Around 60% of the 2D data and one-third of all 3D data in our library has been acquired with multisensor GeoStreamer® technology. That proportion is growing.
PGS is the industry's most experienced provider of multisensor broadband data. Worldwide our team acquired and processed around 600 000 sq. km of GeoStreamer data.
PGS operates three larger sales and imaging hubs in Europe and North America, with local offices in 15 countries around the world. The PGS head office is in Oslo, Norway and the PGS share is listed on the Oslo stock exchange (OSE:PGS).
- Explore our data library
- Discover our MultiClient products
- Contact us in your region for more information
PGS is headquartered in Oslo, Norway and has offices in 13 countries around the world. We have regional centers in London and Houston.
Centralized hubs and local offices. Find out how to get in touch with your regional office under Contact Us
Find out about more our finances under Investor Relations
Key figures on our MultiClient business
The modern, reliable PGS fleet has an average age of just five years. The fleet of eight 3D seismic vessels accommodates seasonal market swings by using two of the ships selectively according to demand swings. On average our seismic vessels towed 14.5 streamers per vessel in 2017.
You can read more about our vessels under The Fleet
In 2017 we radically revised our business structures and processes and had to let many valued employees go. Despite the inevitable upheaval such change produces, PGS continued to benefit from a strong team culture and the dedication of our people. The Company remains devoted to further developing its workforce and providing a safe and respectful working environment, to support the employees' health and well-being.
We rely on a skilled and diverse international workforce. See Careers for job opportunities