Angela Casey

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  • Basler Turbo 67’s

    The Basler’s have certainly proved their worth giving Bell the ideal fixed wing platform to acquire FTG data. The stability of the platform and the endurance of the aircraft have given Bell the unique ability to acquire data in challenging circumstances:   Bell acquired the largest offshore dataset in history. The Basler gave us the […]

  • ONGC – North East India

    After a particularly successful project with Jubilant Energy in North East India, ONGC contracted Bellgeo to fly in the Assam Basin. The objective of the survey is to map structural closures characterized by elongated and plunging anticlines trapping hydrocarbons. The Jubilant project demonstrated FTG’s ability to map these structures in Manipur characterized by similar geology […]

  • Pangaea – Northern Territories Australia

    Pangaea, operator of 48m hectares of tenement in NT Australia, have chosen Bell to acquire Full Tensor Gravity Gradiometry data over McArthur and Beetaloo Basin areas. The project is forecast to take 6 to 8 weeks and sees Bell acquire the largest FTG survey undertaken in Australia. Key objectives of the project are to map […]

  • Petronas – Malaysia

    Petronas contacted Bell in 2012 to acquire Full Tensor Gradiometry survey data in Malaysia. The first project, offshore Sarawak, demonstrated Bell’s ability to be flexible with the Full Tensor acquisition. Bell acquired the entire polygon using an interlace flight path ensuring delivery of interim products for Petronas  management to fine-tune the program. Areas of infill […]

  • Aurelian / San Leon – Slovakia

    Bell wishes to congratulate San Leon on the merger with Aurelian.   ‘Both San Leon and Aurelian hold “significant” acreage positions in Poland, and the merger will make the enlarged group the largest foreign acreage holder in that country.’   Bell acquired data for Aurelian late 2012 and the data showcases the proprietary processing and […]

  • Providence Resources – Northern Ireland

    NEWLY ACQUIRED AIRBORNE SURVEY DATA REVEAL A NUMBER OF PROSPECTIVE STRUCTURES   In 2012, Providence acquired a Full Tensor Gradiometry (FTG) and magnetic airborne survey over its acreage, which was carried out by Bell Geospace. Initial processing of these data revealed the presence of five FTG anomalies which were deemed prospective for hydrocarbon exploration. The […]