AEGC 2019: Data to Discovery

Terrex Seismic is pleased to be a Silver Sponsor & Exhibitor at the second Australasian Exploration Geoscience Conference.

The second Australasian Exploration Geoscience Conference (AEGC) will be held at the Crown Perth from Monday 2, to Thursday 5, September and is the largest petroleum and mineral geoscience conference in Australasia. The theme for the conference is “Data to Discovery” and is jointly hosted by the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG), Australian Society of Exploration Geophysicists (ASEG), and the Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA).

With a focus on Geology, Geophysics, and Geochemistry the AEGC presents an excellent forum in which new technologies, workflows, and methodologies are discussed and presented across a number of dedicated streams relevant to both Petroleum and Mineral systems throughout Australasia.

Please be sure to drop by Booth 15 for an update on emerging seismic trends and to discuss how Terrex Seismic is helping our clients navigate the future of nodal acquisition. As keen advocates of continuous innovation and the role data plays in petroleum and mineral exploration Terrex Seismic are pleased to be Silver Sponsors of this not to be missed conference!


2019 APPEA Conference

Terrex Seismic is proud to be exhibiting at the 2019 APPEA Conference & Exhibition.

APPEA is Australia’s pre-eminent oil & gas event run by the industry, for the industry. Representing the latest ideas, innovations and developments, this event sees the annual gathering of the leaders, explorers, producers, suppliers, and educators of industry come together to do business on the global stage of oil and gas.

Come and join us at booth 68 for an update on emerging seismic trends in industry and to discuss how Terrex Seismic is helping our clients navigate the future of nodal acquisition.


SmartSolo® increase to 48,000!

Terrex Seismic increases SmartSolo® nodal count to 48,000!

After noticeable improvements in productivity, operational efficiency, and crew optimisation across several surveys acquired over the past 24 months with Terrex Seismic’s SmartSolo nodal recording system the decision to increase our total channels available in country to 48,000 was an easy one.

Greg Dunlop, Director at Terrex Seismic, said: “Our decision to purchase an additional 20,000 SmartSolo channels was made to ensure we are able to meet our existing customers requirements, but also forms part of our longer-term strategy. We continue to be impressed with the performance, reliability and operational efficiencies we are experiencing with this system. The increase in our channel capability to 48,000 further reinforces our decision made nearly 18 months ago to move to SmartSolo as our recording technology choice.”

Combining Australia’s largest, in country, fleet of vibrators with our scalable 48,000 channel nodal acquisition crews, positions Terrex Seismic as the partner of choice when exploring how to best design a seismic campaign that improves project efficiencies and reduces HSE exposure without compromising the geophysical integrity of client deliverables.

Having acquired more seismic surveys with SmartSolo nodes than any other contractor in the world we are at the forefront of understanding how to best deploy and maximise the project benefits of this exciting technology. With equipment and remote camp facilities strategically located across prominent high activity basins we are well equipped to mobilise to your project site affordably and with commencement certainty.

For more info

For further information on how our SmartSolo nodal crews could benefit your project please contact one of the members of our Business Development Team on +61 7 3621 0300 or email