Airborne Technology Soars to New Heights

April 27, 2009 at 10:39 pm Leave a comment

Airborne Petroleum Geophysics (APG) announced its entry into the energy and natural resources market as a developer of geophysical technology and provider of data services. APG offers a unique, flexible and cost-effective approach to exploration. By using a combination of airborne geophysical technologies together with seismic data and flexible financing models, APG provides technical and business solutions for oil and gas and mining companies.

Through its historic relationship with Canadian Micro Gravity, APG owns the intellectual property on the advanced GT-2A dynamic airborne gravity system, which was developed to advance existing survey technology in non-seismic geophysics. APG is also developing complementary technologies deployable on a number of geophysical survey platforms. APG specializes in the interpretation and integration of seismic and non-seismic data, an art based on decades of experience within the oil and gas and mining industries.

Through a unique blend of technologies, APG is able to define project objectives, model acquisition parameters, reprocess existing data and acquire new data to enhance prospectivity of a region and increase portfolio value of an exploration program. APG’s overall business model enables new data acquisition at lower cost, thus reducing early stage exploration expenditure and risks.

APG provides a wide range of technologies and services, including acquisition, processing, interpretation and marketing. The company also owns and develops leading airborne geophysical technology. APG is incorporated in Singapore and operates on a worldwide basis with headquarters in Toronto, Canada.



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