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Leading edge exploration in Africa

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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

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Improving Seismic using FALCON Gravity Gradiometry – Examples from Gabon and Uganda: by Darren Burrows - CGG Airborne, Johannesburg
Darren Burrows

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Anthony Franks OBE - Partner Mars Omega LLP
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