Onshore seismic system

Land seismic solutions for high-density subsurface imaging in the Middle East

The only viable solution for large-scale, high-density seismic surveys in desert environments

Discover how you can pinpoint drilling locations and optimize reservoir production in the most efficient and cost-effective way possible...

Nodal seismic acquisition
How we can help

Improve your subsurface image by using small, lightweight seismic receiver nodes

At STRYDE, we help companies fast-track high-density seismic acquisition with state-of-the-art nodal technology and data processing solutions.

We’ve brought onshore subsurface imaging out of the dark ages for companies operating in the oil and gas sector seeking to:

  • Efficiently explore for new hydrocarbon production opportunities
  • Maximize production capacity from existing reservoirs
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How we do it

Cutting-edge wireless technology

Traditionally, land seismic in the Middle East has been acquired through complex cabled geophones or large nodal devices that are restrictive, risky, and expensive solutions for seismic acquisition.

The use of miniature, low-cost nodal devices like STRYDE’s Nodes™ enables companies to deploy significantly more receiver devices at an affordable price point.

This results in denser seismic and elimination of blind spots, helping fast-track and better reconstruction of the subsurface image during processing to deliver a high-resolution seismic image.

How STRYDE can improve your next exploration or production optimization project:

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Fully sampled, high-resolution image uplift, to pinpoint opportunities and de-risk drilling decisions

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Significantly reduced subsurface imaging costs

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Fast-track seismic imaging for oil and gas exploration and reservoir optimization

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Smaller seismic crews and less exposure to HSE risk

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The only feasible solution for large-scale, high-density seismic surveys

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The STRYDE Node™

The world's smallest, lightest and most affordable seismic receiver node...

Weighing just 150g, the STRYDE Node™ is the world's smallest, lightest and most affordable seismic receiver system on the market today. This technology provides a cost-effective and viable solution to acquiring the high-density seismic data that geologists need to make informed decisions for well planning.

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Node receiver systems

Discover our node management systems

At STRYDE, we know that to be truly cost-effective when acquiring high-density data, the total cost per channel must include the node cost as well as the charging and data harvesting costs and time.

We have developed 3 separate node management systems which have scalable charging and harvesting units (Nests), to ensure our solution enables cost-effective, efficient, and effective high-density land seismic acquisition, for any survey size.

The Compact System™
The Nimble System™
The Pro System™

The Compact System™

A containerized node management solution to efficiently manage, charge and harvest data from up to 150,000 nodes in the field. This system has the capacity to charge and harvest up to 13,000 nodes per day - allowing survey teams to work faster, perform better and go further.

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The Nimble System™

A small-scale and portable seismic nodal system, capable of managing, charging, and harvesting data from up to 30,000 nodes in the field. This system has the capacity to charge and harvest up to 3,000 nodes per day.

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The Pro System™

A 3-container solution designed for efficient node management, charging, data harvesting, and cleaning of up to 1 million nodes in the field. This system has the capacity to charge and harvest up to 20,000 nodes per day, allowing dense and large-scale surveys to be delivered faster than ever before.

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"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 (+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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Our Middle East warehouse and training facility

A multi-purpose operational facility and warehouse, located in the Jebel Ali Free Zone, in Dubai, has the capacity to stock over 1 million land seismic nodes, available to purchase or lease, and is home to our containerised node management systems, designed specifically for large-scale seismic surveys across the Middle East, Africa, India, Australia, and the Far East.

The warehouse, which joins our current locations in London, Norway, and Houston, offers classroom and practical training facilities for STRYDE users along with the ability to learn node deployment and retrieval activities in its secure yard. Based in one of the most powerful business ecosystems in the world, our Middle East hub enables rapid mobilisation to our customers and access to our expert operational field support team.

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+400,000

Nodes delivered to the region to date

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STRYDE Nodes™ enabling worlds largest nodal survey in Oman

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Years of cumulative seismic field support experience

Meet the team based from our Dubai office

Kevin O'Connell

Kevin O'Connell

Head of Field Operations
Rolando Chang

Rolando Chang

Operations Supervisor
Sergey Koshechkin

Sergey Koshechkin

Seismic Field Operative
Sam Moharir

Sam Moharir

Head of Business Development - MENA
Alex Kalistratov

Alex Kalistratov

Field Operative
Brian Coil

Brian Coil

Field Operative
Alan Stanton

Alan Stanton

Field Support Engineer

Get ready to transform your next seismic survey

Useful resources

Our latest case studies, news, videos, blogs and technical papers...

In-field quality control of very high channel count autonomous nodal systems

In-field quality control of very high channel count autonomous nodal systems

We outline key design principles to address these challenges and show results from a recent field trial during which 50,800 prototype lightweight autonomous nodes were deployed a total of 500,000 times (with a fault rate of only 0.16% per month). We also show examples of how apparently mundaneattributes of the continuously recorded data can acquire an unexpected value when acquired at high density over large areas.
Enabling a “faster, cheaper and safer” seismic survey for DNO

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

Learn how STYRDE enabled DNO to complete a “faster, cheaper and safer” seismic survey in Northern Iraq...
Video - The worlds largest nodal seismic acquisition in Oman

Video - The worlds largest nodal seismic acquisition in Oman

Watch the world's largest nodal survey (166,000 channels), acquiring high-resolution seismic data, in a way that has never been done before.
3 challenges associated with cabled recording systems for land seismic and how to overcome them

3 challenges associated with cabled recording systems for land seismic and how to overcome them

In this blog, Kevin discusses some of the top operational challenges associated with the use of cable-based systems and offers practical methods and advice to help overcome these
A Comparative Field Trial of a New Nimble Node and Cabled Systems in a Desert Environment

A Comparative Field Trial of a New Nimble Node and Cabled Systems in a Desert Environment

STRYDE's nimble node is tested in the desert compared to cabled geophone systems... discover the results.
Achieving seismic survey design excellence: 3 tactics for reducing cost and risk on your next exploration project

Achieving seismic survey design excellence: 3 tactics for reducing cost and risk on your next exploration project

In this blog, Chris discusses the common challenges associated with achieving survey design excellence and offers insights and advice for designing an efficient and effective seismic survey.
AGS Secures 150,00 STRYDE nodes for seismic projects in the Middle East & Africa

AGS Secures 150,00 STRYDE nodes for seismic projects in the Middle East & Africa

Oman-based land seismic acquisition company uses STRYDE’s Nimble and Compact systems to obtain better high-definition images for oil and gas exploration...
What the mega oil and gas surveys of the future look like with STRYDE

What the mega oil and gas surveys of the future look like with STRYDE

It’s clear to see that STRYDE holds the key to unlocking the future high-density mega surveys – and that the future is ready to be unlocked now by forward-thinking oil and gas operators who are ready to embrace a modern breed of seismic technology, discover how...
Acquisition of an Ultra High Density 3D Seismic Survey Using New Nimble Nodes, Onshore Abu Dhabi

Acquisition of an Ultra High Density 3D Seismic Survey Using New Nimble Nodes, Onshore Abu Dhabi

The benefits of using autonomous nodes in a desert environment to efficiently achieve high trace density seismic surveys...
Intelligent fracking with low-cost seismic tech

Intelligent fracking with low-cost seismic tech

With increased environmental, financial, and geological risks related to fracking, understanding the reservoir’s characteristics and production capability makes a significant difference between a cost-effective and successful hydrocarbon extraction, and one that leads to poor production and completion headaches, and ultimately wasted spend.
Out with the old and in with the latest and greatest: a new era for land seismic acquisition

Out with the old and in with the latest and greatest: a new era for land seismic acquisition

After decades of relying on miles and miles of cables, we’re showing the sector how the latest and greatest technology is acquiring powerful data whilst unlocking unrivaled survey efficiencies and cost savings.