TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company
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|Traded as||OSE: TGS|
|Robert Hobbs (CEO)Kristian Johansen ,(CFO), Henry H. Hamilton III (Chairman)|
|Products||Multi-client geophysical data, multi-client geological data, imaging services and reservoir solutions|
|Revenue||US $883.4 million (2013)|
|US $386.976 million (2013)|
|Profit||US $269.106 million (2013)|
|Total assets||US $1,736.257 million (2013)|
|Total equity||US $1,292.979 million (2013)|
Number of employees
|912 (average, 2013)|
TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company, referred to as TGS and listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange, was founded by a 1998 merger of TGS (Tomlinson Geophysical Services Inc.), Calibre Geophysical Co. Inc (founded 1981), and NOPEC (NOrwegian Petroleum Exploration Consultants) International ASA founded in 1981, with financial headquarters in Oslo, Norway.
The Company is led by CEO Robert Hobbs and has employees based in cities around the globe with main offices located in Oslo, Calgary, Houston, London, and Perth. TGS provides multi- client geoscience data to oil and gas Exploration and Production companies worldwide through four product lines. Multi-client geophysical data, multi-client geological data, imaging services and reservoir solutions. TGS’s data management receives, inventories, and stores seismic data tapes and materials for multi-client 2D and 3D seismic surveys.
In addition to global geophysical and geological data libraries that include multi-client seismic data, magnetic and gravity data, digital well logs, production data and directional surveys, TGS also offers processing and imaging services, interpretation products, permanent reservoir monitoring and data integration solutions.
.tgs .com, the company's official website
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