Interviews

5 QUESTIONS – Gun Mechanic

May 8, 2014 - Bregje Rooijendijk

“Technologically, the industry has moved forward in leaps and bounds. I am currently working on my 27th different survey vessel and have worked on ancient rust buckets better suited to the scrap yard – right up to the most modern ship in the industry.” Read More
5 QUESTIONS – Marine Seismic Processing Geophysicist

February 11, 2014 - Bregje Rooijendijk

“Although 2 a.m., cold, wet, North Sea-me might disagree with this on occasion, the teamwork and atmosphere on board these projects is always good!” The Marine Seismic Processing Geophysicist in 5 answers: Read More
High Resolution Seismic surveys of Dave Stark

March 6, 2012 - Rogier Kind

Dave Stark, Hydrographic Surveyor, travelled twice to Greenland to undertake 2D Seismic surveys for an Atlas Services Group client Calesurvey. On 26th May 2011 Dave began his journey to the north. It turned out to be a harsh arctic spring. Read More
Dave Clark, Gun Mechanic

August 9, 2011 - Rogier Kind

"I had no experience in seismic but had a good idea as to what was expected. My job whilst in the Royal Navy was in marine engineering serving on submarines”, tells Dave Clark who works as a Gun Mechanic for Atlas Professionals, UK office. Read More
Doug MacLeod, Chief Observer

December 9, 2010 - Rogier Kind

I have been involved in the seismic industry since 1998. I started out as a Junior Observer at the bottom of the pecking order. At that time I had no idea I would travel the world and see some of the best and worst places in the world. Some of the safest and most dangerous. Read More

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