Imaging geophysicists may be based in one of our imaging centers or local sales offices. They are engaged in challenging projects with varying geographical, geological, and geophysical scenarios, tailoring solutions to our clients’ needs. Their job is to deliver leading-edge seismic processing and imaging services, using state-of-the-art technology.
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The geophysicists are integrated into project teams. These teams are involved in technical disciplines such as 3D time and depth processing, imaging with wave equation and reverse time migration, 4D, 4C, and AVO processing.
Reservoir Characterization & Interpretation
Our geoscience experts integrate geological, geophysical, and petrophysical information to enrich our MultiClient data library and offer subsurface advice to PGS teams. They also advise governments on licensing rounds, and energy companies as they seek to maximize the value of subsurface assets, from exploration to production, or carbon reinjection.
You will have the opportunity to work on vast MultiClient regional datasets and apply our 3D broadband GeoStreamer data for reservoir characterization and QI studies. Our geoscientists support project teams worldwide.
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Research and Development
The R&D unit assists all PGS business areas in delivering commercially relevant, geophysically sound solutions for the acquisition and imaging of marine seismic data.
The PGS research team is in a unique position, with direct access to our fleet of advanced seismic ships, our broadband data library, and our Imaging experts. These integrated assets and competence give us a real edge in evolving new solutions for current activities and for the energy transition challenge.
Research geophysicists and software engineers develop and support PGS broadband acquisition technology, depth imaging software, modeling and survey planning software, and advanced visualization tools.