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Bridgeporth Ltd

Bridgeporth Ltd, a specialist geosciences company founded by a team of highly qualified geoscientists who project manage, acquire, process and interpret non-seismic data such as gravity, magnetics, LiDAR, hyperspectral, photometric, radiometric. Bridgeporth expertise spans the entire hydrocarbon and minerals value chains from frontier development/asset identification to security and logistical support. It's not just Bridgeporth's combined management experience of over 150 years that sets it apart in the industry: it's their determination to respond to their clients' ever-changing exploration challenges. Whether it's from land, the air, or the sea, Bridgeporth can provide you with a geoscience solution.

Jon Watson - Geosciences Exploration Manager
Jonathan Watson is Interpretation Manager at Bridgeporth who has extensive experience in acquisition, processing and interpretation of potential field data within the oil and gas industry.

Jon has worked for over 15 years within the industry, starting as a processor, and then moving onto interpretation geophysicist and then team leader of interpretation department at an airborne acquisiti
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