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2017:

  • Landtech established an agreement with the Russian company Geology Without Limits to expand its services offshore
  • Landtech exhibits during the annual SEG 2017 conference and exhibition, Houston

 

2016:

  • Landtech establishes an agreement with Dysan Global Pte Ltd to expand it’s services in SE Asia.
  • Landtech develops a new surface reservoir monitoring system.
  • Landtech exhibits at 85th SEG, New Orleans.
  • Landtech exhibits at SPG exhibition and Conference,Jahpur, India.

 

 2015:

  • Landtech collaborates with Prof. J. Makris’ team to provide offshore active and passive services.
  • Landtech collaborates with Prof. J. Makris’ team to design a new hybrid offshore Seismic and MT instrument.

 

 2014:

  • Landtech exhibits at 84SEG 26-31 Oct, Denver.
  • Landtech develops a new low-noise, high sensitivity, shale fracking, monitoring surface seismometer.
  • Landtech moves its headquarters to Cardiff, UK where it operates with its affiliate shale fracking company Landtech Geophysics (www.landtech-geophysics.com.)

 

 2013:

  • Landtech signs new passive project with the national oil company of Indonesia (PSG) for a block in W. Papua. Landtech will install 80 stations for a period of 8 months.
  • Landtech introduces a new autonomous, surface, real-time fracking monitoring, seismic network with WiFly (faster than Wi-Fi and less power consumption) and satellite telemetry to a central processing unit.
  • Landtech finishes the design and final tests of a new 32bit low power consumption digitizer to be used for surface monitoring fracking activities.
  • Landtech designs and tests a new powerful auto detection of P- and S- phases algorithm for noisy environments.
  • Landtech participates in the 4th passive EAEG workshop, Amsterdam.
  • Landtech exhibits at SEG Houston.

 

 2012:

  • Landtech completes the design and tests of a unique ocean bottom seismograph that is able to operate up to depths of 10km and is synchronised by an atomic clock. This unit will be used by Landtech for offshore passive seismic tomography services.
  • Landtech finishes the first stage of developing a full wave, seismic tomographic inversion parallel algorithm in order to further increase the resolution of its results.
  • Landtech exibits at GEO2012, Bahrain.
  • Landtech signs an agreement with PT Geowave, a major geophysical contractor in Indonesia to expand it’s services in the region.
  • Landtech delivers the final results of a PST survey in Assam, India to ONGC.
  • Landtech develops a new sensitive, seismic sensor for hydraulic cracking monitoring from the surface.
  • Landtech finishes a fracking monitoring survey for Stream Oil in Albania.
  • Landtech expands its magnetotellurics gear by adding another 6 MT stations from Metronix.

2011:

  • Landtech completes a seismic monitoring survey for Grande Paroisse/Total in Thurso, Scotland.
  • Landtech enters an agreement with Dana Geophysical, a major geophysics contractor in Iran, to extend it’s services in the region.
  • Landtech enters an agreement with Seismik s.r.o. Prague to co-develop synthetic seismic algorithms.
  • Landtech introduces a quarterly newsletter to inform the industry about new developments in PST.
  • Landtech introduces a new service: high resolution ambient noise seismic interferometric tomography (ANSIT(c) ) based on short period surface waves.
  • Landtech exhibits at SEG St Antonio, USA.
  • Landtech participates with a booth at EAEG 2011 passive seismics conference.
  • Landtech signs a new contract with Stream Oil Canada to conduct a 70 station, high resolution passive seismic tomography survey in Albania.
  • Landtech conducts a 4000 station gravity survey in SE Albania.
  • Landtech acquires another 2 CG5 Scintrex gravity meters to expand its gravity survey network.
  • Landtech acquires Vinci Technologies SIMFRAC system to extend its activities in reservoir hydraulic fracture monitoring.
  • Landtech opens offices in Iran and Venezuela.
  • Landtech exhibits at GEOINDIA 2011, New Dehli, India.

 

 2010:

  • Landtech starts to include Hydrogen and Methanol Cell technology in its seismographs.
  • Landtech opens offices in Moscow, Russia.
  • Landtech opens offices in Lima, Peru.
  • Landtech enters an agreement with ESG Canada to collaborate with several reservoir monitoring projects.
  • Landtech enters an agreement with the Geophysics Department of Charles University, Prague. Works together to co-develop a methodology to derive conventional 2D and 3D seismic reflection sections from passive 3D velocity cubes using advanced seismic wave propagation numerical algorithms.
  • Landtech opens offices in Lima, Peru.
  • Landtech completes the GRAMAPAS algorithm to joint invert Gravity -Magnetotelluric and Passive Seismic Tomography data for structural and lithologic information.
  • Landtech enters an agreement with SeismoTech Ltd to market its activities in Europe.
  • Landtech enters an agreement with ONGC, India to perform a passive seismic survey in the ASSAM area.
  • Landtech exhibits at GEOINDIA.

 

 2009:

  • Landtech opens offices in Papua New Guinea to coordinate it’s activities in the region.
  • Landtech enters an agreement with Stream Oil Canada to provide a second passive survey for a gas field in Albania.
  • Landtech signs an agreement with the Russian Academy of Sciences to be the exclusive worldwide provider of Infrasonic Geophysical Location of Anomalies (IGLA) low frequency direct indication of hydrocarbons methodology.
  • Landtech introduces Hydrocarbon Passive Infrasonic Seismic (HYPIS) low frequency direct indication of hydrocarbons technology.

 

 2008:

  • Landtech opens offices in New Delhi, India to co-ordinate all Indian activities.
  • Landtech exhibits at EAGE Conference and Exhibition, Rome.
  • Landtech enters into agreement with ONGC to perform a passive seismic survey in India.

 

 2007:

  • Landtech is awarded a passive seismic project in southern Albania by Stream Oil and Gas Ltd.
  • Landtech introduces the PASOM method employing Kohonnen Neural Networks in passive seismic data visualisation.
  • Landtech awards a passive investigation project in Mozambique.
  • Landtech provides VSP services for IFP in France.

 

 2006:

  • Landtech Enterprises SA announces passive survey award in Yemen.
  • Landtech SA enters into an agreement with DNO Yemen AS to perform a passive seismic survey in Yemen. The passive survey runs in conjunction with a 3D conventional acquisition on the block and has a goal to provide a 3D Vp and Vp/Vs model as well as fracture distribution in the area.
  • Landtech successfully finishes the construction and testing of a revolutionary seismograph specially designed for passive seismic surveys.
  • Landtech opens offices in Villahermosa, Mexico to co-ordinate all Latin American activities.
  • Landtech introduces special seismic services using vibroesis recordings at large offsets for reliable velocity modelling in difficult geologies.

 

 2005:

  • Landtech collaborates with Z-Corporation (www.zcorp.com.)
  • Landtech signs agreement with Physical Acoustics Corporation (www.mistrasholdings.com) the world leader in Acoustic Emission (AE) Technology to further exploit AE techniques in reservoir monitoring and Passive Microtomography TM surveys.
  • Landtech develops new krigging methodology based on neural networks.
  • Landtech releases SEISMWIN2.2TM the latest version of seismic analysis and earthquake location programs for passive surveys.
  • Landtech engineers develop a new passive seismic sensor with flat frequency response up to 100Hz.
  • Landtech signs an MOU with Zainy Group in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to form a JV company, Landtech Middle East, to undertake projects in the area.