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Stingray Geophysical Ltd

Stingray Geophysical, a TGS Company, provides advanced Permanent Reservoir Monitoring (PRM) solutions to the global oil and gas industry, enabling increased production and recoverable reserves at lower through-life cost and risk through improved reservoir management strategies. By 'listening with light®' using Stingray's reliable, permanently installed fibre-optic sensing arrays, oil companies benefit from high quality, cost-effective and repeatable seismic on demand in all field scenarios. Together with its global network of trusted partners, and as a part of TGS, Stingray delivers complete, integrated seismic PRM from planning, through active and passive seismic acquisition, to processing and reservoir solutions.

Martin Bett - CEO
Martin Bett has over 30 years’ oil industry experience working in operational and management positions for Schlumberger, Landmark, I-NET, Trade-Ranger and QinetiQ. Prior to founding Stingray Geophysical, he has established and grown businesses in Europe, USA, South America and Africa, and has a track record for closing large transactions for new and pioneering products and services. Martin has
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Phil Nash - Chief Scientist
Phil Nash, Chief Scientist of Stingray Geophysical, a TGS Company, has 25 years’ experience of fibre-optic sensor development, beginning with deployment in 1986 of the world’s first seabed optical hydrophone array while working for Marconi.
He later held various positions in UK defence research laboratories and QinetiQ, where he pioneered the use of fibre-optic acoustic technology for non-defe
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Carl Berg - Business Development Director, Reservoir Solutions
Carl Berg has more than 18 years of experience in the oil and gas industry working with exploration and production geophysics. He has held senior management, staff and advisory positions with CGG Veritas, Wavefield Inseis, Statoil and ExxonMobil, prior to which he held field positions at PGS and Geco. Carl has also been involved in the Ekofisk LoFS project with fibre-optic technology. He has an
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