No compromise solutions tailored to meet your acquisition challenge.
Proprietary surveys are designed by ARKeX experts to maximise your geological objectives and deliver an improved 3D geologic insight.
Select the service below that matches your needs.
For a regional overview or an evaluation ahead of a licence round or farm-in decision.
If we do not already have data in your area contact us to discuss your data requirements or learn about our upcoming Multi-Client Acquisition plans.
BlueQube - High Resolution
Ultra High-resolution gravity gradiometry surveys designed to complement and infill your existing data down to the prospect level.
G-Qube - Regional
Regional reconnaissance and frontier exploration with enhanced resolution and bandwidth over conventional systems that you can only get with ARKeX's unique G-Qube service.
ShaleQube - Unconventional
Gravity gradiometry coupled with finite element analysis that delivers a unique insight into the structural complexity of shale formations.
Gravity Gradiometry Acquisition
No compromise solutions tailored to meet your acquisition challenge. From regional reconnaissance to prospect evaluation ARKeX can give you the accuracy and definition you need.
Gravity Gradiometry is proven to multiply the contribution of 2D seismic data by filling in data gaps. The result is an upgrade in understanding that provides a deeper geologic insight.
Whether proprietary or multi-client, ARKeX has the acquisition solution to meet your exploration needs:
for airborne and marine high
resolution surveys >
for regional reconnaissance
and frontier exploration >
resource exploration >
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Ethiopian Ambassador Visits ARKeX
His Excellency Ambassador Berhanu Kebede of Ethiopia visited the ARKeX offices in Cambridge to learn more about a technology that is helping change the fortunes of his home country.
The increasing use of Gravity Gradiometry in the Exploration Workflow
Overview and video of a talk presented at the Finding Petroleum Conference - The Next Generation of Exploration Technologies (07/03/13). The talk explains the theory of gravity gradiometry and illustrates it with examples from East Africa and Greenland