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History

1994

Bell Geospace founded by John Brett

1997

Bell Geospace establishes headquarters in Houston, Texas - USA

1998

First ever marine survey acquired with a Lockheed Martin FTG

1998

First Lockheed Martin FTG instrument delivered

1998

Bell Geospace opens office in Aberdeen, UK

2000

First sub Eotvos dataset acquired

2002

First Air-FTG® survey undertaken

2005

First Air-FTG® survey flown on an airship

2006

First sub Eotvos Air-FTG® dataset acquired

2006

Third FTG delivered to Bell Geospace

2007

Bell Geospace has three aircraft acquiring FTG surveys simultaneously

2008

Bell Geospace takes delivery of first Basler Turbo 67

2008

In-house proprietary processing techniques patented

2009

Bell Geospace Air-FTG® maps 100% of 28 proven wells in Uganda

2010

Bell Geo's Basler BT-67s aquire over 1000 kms per day in Mexico

2012

Bell Geospace patents Contact Lineament Processing (CLP) technique

It is adopted as a standard deliverable - the example is from the Reconcavo basin with geological overlay.

2014

Bell Geospace moves UK office to Edinburgh, Scotland

2015

Bell acquires first survey in the Middle East

8,000 line kms acquired for Petrogas in Oman.

2016

Bell Geospace opens Kuala Lumpur office

2016

Bell Geospace takes delivery of third Basler BT67

2017

Bell Geospace acquires data that predicts shallow hazards

2018

Bell Geospace reaches 2 million line km of gravity gradiometer surveys

2018

Bell Geospace acquires largest offshore survey

58,698 line kms of the Malacca Straits.

2020

Bell Geospace JV deal with Transparent Earth Geophysics

In 2020 Bell Geospace signed a deal with Transparent Earth Geophysics to ensure that data acquisition and processing can provide the best possible results in any environment with any depth to target. From onshore, through transition zones and into deep water operations.