In the heart of the Marcellus Shale there is a local company able to help you with your exploration effort. ARM Geophysics is a Pennsylvania-based company with global experience. We have the experience and knowledge necessary to solve all your seismic data acquisition problems. ARM Geophysics is the only land seismic exploration company based in the Marcellus Shale. As the premier company in this area, we bring all the experience and contacts you need to acquire quality seismic data within budget.
ARM Geophysics has the in-house capabilities to handle all aspects of your project from permitting to surveying, PPV monitoring, road control, data acquisition and processing. We have an experienced staff that has acquired thousands of miles of 2D and 3D seismic data throughout North America. ARM Geophysics has licensed geologists and geophysicists on staff to help guide you.
ARM Seismic Project Brief
ARM Geophysics recently completed the acquisition of nearly 100 miles of seismic data in Indiana County, Lebanon County and Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. A combination of cable (Sercel 428) and wireless technologies (Ascend G5) was used to acquire the best data, while at the same time minimizing the impact on the environment and cultural features.
ARM Geophysics has the ability to match the right technology to the right situation. ARM recently completed seismic land surveys using Accelerated Weight Drop (AWD) units, and AHV-IV vibrators. ARM Geophysics recently was part of a 3C survey over a potential Carbon sequestration site.
At ARM geophysics we can manage your project with the right combination of technologies and experience. Not only conventional cable systems but also wireless technology for the difficult high culture areas. The staff at ARM Geophysics can manage all aspects of your project from permitting, surveying, data acquisition to delivery of the data. ARM Geophysics has an array of experienced geologists and geophysicists that can design, process and help to interpret your data.
William Seaton, PG
Senior Geologist and Geophysicist
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