ASKER, NORWAY (2 August 2018) - TGS announces West of Shetlands project.
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ASKER, NORWAY (28 July 2016) - TGS will release the preliminary financial statement for Q2 2016 on 4 August 2016 at approximately 7:00 am CEST.
ASKER, NORWAY (July 27, 2018) - TGS and PGS announce the commencement of a new 3D multi-client project in East Canada. The Lewis Hills 3D Geostreamer® survey will cover approximately 3,400 km² in an active Newfoundland area of the Flemish Pass Basin. Data will be acquired using the PGS Ramform.
ASKER, NORWAY (26 July 2018) - TGS will release its Q2 2018 results at approximately 07:00 CEST on 2 August 2018. CEO Kristian Johansen and CFO Sven Børre Larsen will present the results at 09:00 CEST at the Felix Conference Center, Aker Brygge, Oslo, Norway. The presentation is open to the public.
HOUSTON, TX (20 July 2018) - TGS announces expansion of its 2018 onshore seismic survey Dawson Phase II in Canada.
ASKER, NORWAY (9 July 2018) - Based on preliminary reporting from operating units, TGS management expects net revenues for the second quarter of 2018 to be approximately USD 158 million, 47% higher than Q2 2017.
ASKER, NORWAY (2 July 2018) - TGS signed a sale and purchase agreement to acquire the Australian Capreolus 3D Survey from Polarcus' multi-client library. The transaction is subject to the execution of ancillary agreements typical for a transaction of this nature with target closing date on or.
ASKER, NORWAY (11 June 2018) - TGS and Petroleum Geo-Services ("PGS") announce that a second vessel, the Ramform Sterling, will be allocated to the 2018 East Canada acquisition program. This vessel will acquire a minimum 2,700 km2 of 3D seismic, including additional data within the 2017 Harbour.
ASKER, NORWAY (7 June 2018) - TGS announces its seventh onshore seismic project for 2018, Dawson Phase II 3D seismic survey in Canada.
ASKER, NORWAY (1 June 2018) - TGS and Petroleum Geo-Services ("PGS") announce the commencement of a new 3D multi-client project in East Canada. The new Tablelands 3D Geostreamer® survey will cover approximately 8,000 km² in an active Newfoundland area of the Flemish Pass and Orphan Basins..