We value our clients. That’s why we bring every technology and service option to the table. With this approach, our solutions are more appropriate to the task, custom-built to achieve your objectives as opposed to us trying to force-fit a square peg in a round hole.
Our model has allowed us to build enduring and successful relationships, along with a reputation of trust among those we do business with. Our customers have confidence that we can help them achieve their operational and economic objectives.
Acquisition models for economic leverage
Oil and gas production has increasingly become a numbers game. A viable return on investment requires reservoir insight, which in turn requires high-quality seismic data and processing. Not having that data to start with can risk the likelihood of achieving adequate return on investment.
Separate from our multi-client licensing, we offer flexible commercial models to help you keep acquisition costs in check. We can adapt or expand an existing survey. Being a small, privately held company, we are not locked into rigid commercial terms or traditional underwriting arrangements.
Uniquely productive partnerships
In a highly specialized industry, Fairfield Geotechnologies can collaborate with any entity—contractors, providers, even seismic companies whose capabilities complement our own. Our approach has been highly successful in that it allows us to provide optimal solutions based on the unique circumstances relative to every project and basin.
Collaboration in action
With Ikon Science, we’ve formed an exclusive alliance to create innovative workflows that maximize production and improve drilling efficiencies.
With DownUnder Geosolutions, we’re in a strategic agreement allowing for close collaboration during processing and imaging projects.
With CGG, we’ve signed a cooperation agreement for a large-scale survey in the emerging Austin Chalk trend and for the development of seismic programs in the Permian Basin’s Central Basin Platform.
With TGS, we’ve signed a cooperation agreement for the development of The Channel survey.