Fairfield Geotechnologies announces an exclusive data brokerage agreement for 1,186 square miles of seismic data in Oklahoma.

Houston, TX, November 11, 2020 - Fairfield Geotechnologies is pleased to announce that we are now the exclusive seismic data broker for 1,186 square miles of 3D subsurface data covering the Cherokee Platform and a portion of the Anadarko Basin, altogether covering a total of nine Oklahoma Counties.

Joe Dryer, President – Multi-Client Geosciences, Fairfield Geotechnologies, said: “This unique opportunity brings Fairfield expertise into another major onshore U.S. basin. The agreement includes eight high-quality seismic surveys that were acquired between 2013 and 2014, and we are excited to make these data available to our customers.”

In total, Fairfield Geotechnologies now offers more than 15,000 square miles of 3D seismic data available for license in all major onshore plays in the Lower 48. For more information and interactive data-viewing, please visit here.

FF-Release-Nov-11.png#asset:13294Map showing location of the newly added Oklahoma seismic surveys.

About Fairfield Geotechnologies

Privately held Fairfield Geotechnologies is a leading provider of multi-client data services in the United States. The company has the most extensive and advanced seismic coverage in the Permian and continues expanding to other US unconventional basins. Fairfield also has the largest contiguous multi-client data library on the US Gulf of Mexico shelf.