Our team at SAExploration brings many years of operational and management experience to our customers’ projects. Working on the North Slope of Alaska since 1986, our team, collectively, has acquired 1000s of square kilometres of 3D data working on and managing crews ranging in size from 125-185 personnel.
In a remote region of northwest Canada, SAExploration undertook a 100-day 3D project and was responsible for road and bridge construction, using low-impact cutting techniques.
Papua New Guinea
A 14-month program between spring 2010 and fall 2011 in the challenging environment of Papua New Guinea employed more than 3,500 short-service, local employees with an average crew size of 500.
A 290-kilometre 2D project achieved a technical milestone in Colombia as one of the first projects in the country that used digital multi-component DSU sensors.
In the Marañon basin, on the eastern side of the Andes, SAExploration completed a large 3D project, assigning nearly 1,300 management and staff to see the project to completion.