STRYD Es Seismic Receiver System

Success stories and case studies

market uptake

Our node deployment statistics

720,000+

nodes have been delivered to the market since 2020

220+

land seismic surveys, in 50+ countries have been acquired using our technology

15+

different industries have used STRYDE to acquire high-quality seismic data

case studies

Oil and gas

Pad3D: Gas production optimisation using 3D seismic data

Pad3D: Gas production optimisation using 3D seismic data

Enabling a “faster, cheaper and safer” seismic survey for DNO

Enabling a “faster, cheaper and safer” seismic survey for DNO

AGS - The worlds largest nodal seismic acquisition in Oman

AGS - The worlds largest nodal seismic acquisition in Oman

STRYDE data demonstrates perspectivity for oil and gas exploration in Zimbabwe

STRYDE data demonstrates perspectivity for oil and gas exploration in Zimbabwe

A low-cost microseismic survey for frack optimisation

A low-cost microseismic survey for frack optimisation

Facilitating efficient 2D seismic acquisition for petroleum exploration in Namibia

Facilitating efficient 2D seismic acquisition for petroleum exploration in Namibia

High density 3D seismic survey for oil & gas

High density 3D seismic survey for oil & gas

case studies

New energy, mining, civil engineering and research

A 2D seismic reflection survey for coal exploration in the Australian bush

A 2D seismic reflection survey for coal exploration in the Australian bush

STRYDE used for peatland volume assessment to support decarbonisation research

STRYDE used for peatland volume assessment to support decarbonisation research

A dense 3D nodal seismic survey for geothermal exploration in Switzerland

A dense 3D nodal seismic survey for geothermal exploration in Switzerland

Zero carbon emission field operations for onshore seismic acquisition

Zero carbon emission field operations for onshore seismic acquisition

Understanding how elephants communicate using cutting-edge seismic technology

Understanding how elephants communicate using cutting-edge seismic technology

Acquiring high-resolution seismic data for geothermal exploration in an urban environment

Acquiring high-resolution seismic data for geothermal exploration in an urban environment

CCUS nodal seismic acquisition

CCUS nodal seismic acquisition

Acquiring 3D seismic data for coal mining exploration

Acquiring 3D seismic data for coal mining exploration

Agile microseismic monitoring for geothermal

Agile microseismic monitoring for geothermal

High-density seismic exploration for mining

High-density seismic exploration for mining

STRYDE, RAF, and Newcastle University collaborate on geothermal exploration

STRYDE, RAF, and Newcastle University collaborate on geothermal exploration

Unlocking geothermal with seismic

Unlocking geothermal with seismic

Subsurface imaging for archaeology

Subsurface imaging for archaeology

"CCED are currently acquiring the world’s largest 3D node survey over our blocks 3 & 4 (29, 219 sqkm), onshore Oman.

This nodal technology approach (c.165,000 channels) provides multiple benefits to CCED, by cutting down on data acquisition costs, minimizing HSE footprints in the field (less manual handling, reducing vehicle count from c.160 to c.40, reduced field crew size 600 to c.220 etc.), and expanded land access in our sabkha-dune environment, all to acquire high quality, operationally efficient (high density, point receiver geometries providing increased spatial sampling density, with no compromise to data quality) outcomes."

Eskil Jersing

Exploration and Appraisal Director, CCED

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