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EMGS use our proven, proprietary marine electromagnetic (EM) technology to support oil and gas companies in their search for offshore hydrocarbons. They work in frontier regions and mature basins, from the Arctic to southeast Asia, and from offices across the world.

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Dr. Svein Ellingsrud - Founder & Vice President
Dr. Svein Ellingsrud's Awards

2009 - "Honorary Award 2009" from the Geological Society of Norway for notable achievements in the development and applications of CSEM in petroleum exploration

2008 - "Geofysikkprisen 2008" from NPF (Norwegian Petroleum Society) The Norwegian Geophysical Prize.

2007 - Society of Exploration Geophysicsts: Virgil Kaufman Gold Medal for
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Daniel Baltar - Global Exploration Advisor
Daniel Baltar is a Global Exploration Advisor for EMGS ASA. He has been responsible for the integration of EM data into Pemex’s exploration workflow in the deep-water Gulf of Mexico, after dozens of prospects being consistently evaluated; this workflow takes credit for Pemex’s recent and outstanding deep water exploration success. Previously, Daniel has worked as an explorationist and seismic QI i
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