04 Jun, 2020
Following a successful North Sea trial of our low frequency seismic (LFS) technology TenzorGEO has opened a new office in the south of England.
Ivan Starostin, founder and CEO, said that during the COVID19 lockdown he had been based at his family home in Midhurst, West Sussex, while employees were in Aberdeen, London and Southampton.
“Before March 23, I spent every second week in Aberdeen and we all met up at least once a week in London. Like many companies around the world we now have been forced to adapt the way we operate and have discovered different but efficient alternatives.
“During lockdown I have refurbished new premises near my home where I will now be based, along with two new recruits once bans are lifted. We are recruiting a subsea robotics engineer and a CCS specialist who should be in place later this year We are expanding application of our Full Wave Location (FWL) method to facilitate Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) tasks recently brought to us by our contacts in Europe and Australia.
“With our LFS technology progressing well and negotiations underway for a further job in Africa we are now looking at other potential ideas. Opening new office, hiring robotics engineer, testing FWL method for CCS monitoring, progressing with our OBS-AUV “swarm” solution, just to name few.