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Bay Geophysical, Inc. is a full service geophysical data acquisition and consulting company.  Employee owned, Bay has a core of experienced geophysicists, engineers, geologists and data acquisition experts with a well-established history of meeting the needs and expectations of our clients for subsurface investigations.

Bay offers a full suite of geophysical methodologies and maintains multi-source capabilities combined with a professional staff for superior data acquisition techniques and target resolution. 

Bay’s geophysical applications are used for a widespread of applications, including:

  • Oil and Gas Exploration
  • Mineral Exploration
  • Gas Storage Facilities
  • Subsurface Hazard Studies
  • Hydrogeological Studies
  • Engineering and Environmental Studies

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Latest News

April 2015

AAPG 2015 Annual Convention & Exhibition: May 31-June 3 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, CO.  Booth # 1251.

Bay would like to thank its clients for stopping by Bay’s booth at the Michigan and Gas Association 2015 Petroleum Conference in Acme, MI.MOGA 15 1

February 2015

Bay hosted a client appreciation event at Irma’s Southwest Grill in downtown Houston during the annual NAPE Summit.  Thanks for coming, we had a great time!

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October 2014

Bay would like to thank its clients for stopping by Bay’s booth at the SEG International Exposition & 84th Annual Meeting in Denver, CO.

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Bay attended the unveiling of the new UNIVIB 2 Vibrator manufactured by Inova at the SEG International Expo and 84th Annual meeting in Denver.  The UNIVIB 2 is the most powerful small footprint vibrator, generating 34,000 lbs of peak force while maintaining easy mobility through environmentally sensitive areas.  Look for this state of the art vibroseis system to be available from Bay in spring 2015.

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September 2014

Bay partnered with the University of South Carolina Research Foundation in the United States Department of Energy program studying the feasibility and suitability of using Jurassic/Triassic sediments of the South Georgia Rift Basin (SGR) for CO2 storage.  Bay acquired 81 km of 2-D seismic data employing the UNIVIB vibroseis system made by Inova. 

Click here to read the case study of this vibroseis system.

September 2014

Bay added the EnviroVibe 2 vibroseis system to its seismic acquisition fleet.  The EnviroVibe 2 is a 26,000 pound broadband source, optimized for operation in environmentally sensitive or populated areas.

Click hear to learn more about the EnviroVibe 2

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