Assure exploration projects are economically viable and environmentally compliant by utilising cutting-edge technology and land seismic solutions that will reduce exploration costs, minimise exposure to HSE risk, and significantly lower your environmental footprint
At STRYDE, we have created the world’s smallest, lightest, and most affordable seismic receiver Node, meticulously designed to help companies seeking to obtain a thorough understanding of subsurface to do so in the most efficient, environmentally friendly, and cost-effective way possible.
In doing so, we help companies assure exploration projects are approved by supplying nodal technology that enables seismic survey cost savings of up to 50%, and significantly reduced environmental footprint and land disruption.
The world's smallest, most affordable seismic nodes available on the market enables high-density data acquisition to be affordable, delivering high-resolution seismic imaging.
Ensure compliance with environmental requirements and restrictions to help assure your project is sanctioned, enabled through less vehicles, reduced deployment logistics and minimal line clearing
Reduce survey time at every stage of operations, from logistics and shipping to deployment, retrieval and data recovery - enabling informed decisions to be made more efficiently
Fewer transportation vehicles are required due to the miniature traits of the node, and being able to efficiently and safely deploy thousands of nodes by foot reduces exposure to HSE risk
High-density seismic will enhance image quality and will better map challenging shale and sand layers in complex geology. This technique will therefore help companies fast-track data processing and ensure data is interpreted more efficiently to enable informed decisions to be made faster.
Until recently, sensitive environments where cultural heritage restrictions or land access resulted in seismic being difficult or impossible to obtain suffered from sparse acquisition which delivered random and sparse geometries and incurred additional processing time and difficulties in interpreting the data.
Being able to deploy significantly more receiver devices like STRYDE's miniature Nodes at an affordable price point will result in denser seismic with reduced environmental footprint and will eliminate blind spots to help fast-track and better reconstruct the subsurface image during processing.
At STRYDE, we offer flexible lease and purchasing options, and rapid delivery of equipment to companies across Australia, enabled by an existing node inventory in-country and large pools of equipment located in our suite of global warehouses. So whether you are looking to test equipment in preparation for future land seismic surveys, or want to lease or purchase thousands of STRYDE Nodes™ for an upcoming survey - we can tailor our commercial model to suit your business needs, budget, and timescale.
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Understand how companies have benefited from STRYDE's technology
A case study demonstrating how STRYDE's nodal seismic systems enabled Polaris Natural Resources to conduct an efficient and cost-effective seismic survey for oil and gas exploration in Namibia
The objective was to improve the company's understanding of the local subsurface by conducting a small 3D seismic survey with restricted source acquisition and two dense 2D lines.
STRYDE sent OceaniaGeo 880 fully charged Nodes, one Navigator tablet and an Initialisation Device. an in-house team of three used our tablet to lay the Nodes out at 10am spacing on 2.2-kilometer lines arranged in a star pattern...
A 2D seismic survey with swath shooting, by shooting 1 line and recording 2, to create pseudo seismic lines between receiver lines. Shot 38,400 shot points on 31 lines