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In these challenging times rely on us to continue to deliver a premium quality Geophysical service

The outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to dominate the news headlines. We know so many people are affected in some way either indirectly or directly during this pandemic, and we want to send our […]

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New Bedford USA Wind Farm – First large-scale offshore wind energy project in the USA

The objective is to build the first large-scale offshore wind energy project in the USA. Robertson Geo is contracted by Horizon Geosciences for this important project. The Robertson Geo PS Logger Probe has been used […]

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Robertson Geo New YouTube Channel

We’ve added a YouTube Channel to help promote and illustrate our geophysical logging solutions and software through tutorials and helpful workbox videos. Please subscribe to our channel, and share any videos that you feel others […]

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Winners of our 2019 Photo Competition

Thanks to everyone that entered our competition for geophysical application photographs using Robertson Geo equipment during 2019. Rémi Chalmas of GEO won the prize for the best GeoUnlocked article (above). Geo, the Danish consultancy, completed […]

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Geophysical Logging Data – Calibration Counts

Why probe calibration is vital to meet the necessary compliance standards. This free literature Calibration Counts explains how Robertson Geo comprehensively calibrates all its logging systems and uniquely uses an on-site borehole for verifying performance […]

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GeoUnlocked new issue is now freely available

Robertson Geo application and technical NEWS – Sweden, UK, USA, Scotland, On the job troubleshooting, Taka Hydrocore visit, Safety is Key, Workshop tips plus Four page insert: Calibration Counts. GeoUnlocked is our quarterly geo data […]

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GeoKey® on the move… Another GeoKey® system shipped to West Africa

A new GeoKey® system has been shipped for land based oil and gas production drilling in West Africa. The E&P client purchased the GeoKey® logging system as part of a self-sufficiency strategy to bring open […]

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GeoUnlocked new issue for Autumn 2019 is now freely available

Robertson Geo application and technical NEWS – Qatar, Vietnam, Indonesia, Offshore in Chile, Nepal, Hydrogeological surveys in Greenland and China, Workshop Tips, GeoKey® for West Africa plus Four page insert: Investigating Chalk with Geophysical Probes. […]

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Great Prizes for you in our 2019 Robertson Geo Photo Competition

Here is a unique opportunity to showcase your work applications of Robertson Geo geophysical borehole logging or services. Download your photographs (any photograph taken on mobile phone or other device is suitable for entry in […]

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Fracture analysis using High Resolution Acoustic Televiewers

A number of boreholes of up to 30m deep on an embankment in the central district of Hong Kong was logged as ground investigation for the Shatin to Central Link to investigate slope stability. Weathered […]

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GeoUnlocked new issue for Summer 2019 now available

GeoUnlocked is our quarterly geo data news magazine – the new issue is available now. It is subscription-free as published by a direct link to your inbox subscribe or from our new website. In each […]

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Can’t get there with a 4 x 4 vehicle? Not a problem for Robertson Geo

The terrain along the 22km of the N22 road in County Cork, Ireland requires over 20 bridges to be constructed. Robertson Geo was commissioned to log 17 shallow boreholes with the resulting information to be […]

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