As a worldwide leader in the seismic acquisition industry for over 50 years, Sercel continues to design, manufacture and support a full range of high-tech integrated equipment for hydrocarbon exploration in land, transition zone, ocean-bottom cable, marine, and down-hole environments.
From its headquarters in Nantes, France, as well as its other 16 locations around the globe, Sercel is positioned to satisfy the industries' needs for seismic acquisition equipment. Whatever the field conditions, whether at sea, in open country, in the mountains, in the jungle or in the desert, Sercel engineers and technicians apply the skills they have acquired through long-standing R&D work and experience in the field to constantly push back the limits of seismic acquisition.
With a strong reputation for quality among seismic contractors and oil and gas companies, Sercel's 2000 employees pride themselves in delivering highly productive equipment that operates reliably and efficiently in even the most adverse conditions.
Sercel Statements of Excellence:
Upholding the Standard of Excellence: A culture of continuous improvement in our products, processes, and services through the strong work ethic and innovative spirit of our employees.
Leadership of the Seismic Industry: Our customer satisfaction, dynamic development of new technology and strategic growth have all played a part in making Sercel the leader it is in the seismic equipment market.
Commitment to Research & Development: Taking pride in the quality and reliability of the products it produces, Sercel re-invests a large percentage of its yearly revenue back into R & D.
Dedication to Health and Safety: Sercel's uncompromising approach to health and safety ensures the well-being of our employees, those operating our equipment and the environments in which they work.
Denis Mougenot -
Denis Mougenot has been Sercel’s Chief Geophysicist since 2002, when he moved from Saudi Arabia to France. He is responsible for promoting new acquisition systems for high-productivity Vibroseis and high-density 3D surveys. Denis has a special interest in low-frequency recording and 3C MEMS accelerometers.
Prior to joining Sercel, he was Area Geophysicist for ARGAS, working for the Geophy
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