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Dolphin Geophysical is a global, full-range supplier of marine geophysical services. Dolphin operates a fleet of new generation, high capacity seismic vessels and offers contract seismic surveys, Multi-Client projects and processing services and software on a worldwide basis.

The high capacity vessels deliver ultra-wide tow, deep tow and long offset configurations ideal for today's frontier exploration needs, with full configuration flexibility to service any 2D, 3D, 4D or
SHarp broadband requirements.

In-house, Dolphin designs and develops global 2D, 3D and SHarp broadband marine Multi-Client surveys.

Dolphin offers onboard and onshore processing, from our centres in the UK, Houston and Singapore, with OpenCPS, the only seismic processing software package designed and developed in the 21st Century.

http://www.dolphingeo.com/

Dr David Jackson - Global Manager - Multi-Client New Ventures
David has more than 30 years of experience working in the oil industry, most of it spent in exploration with BP and development/production with Chevron. David graduated in geology at the University of Leicester in 1976, and obtained a PhD at Birmingham University (1979). From 1979-1984 David was a Research Fellow in Hydrogeology followed by a Research Fellowship in Civil Engineering at Birmingha
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