New TerraSeis Software System for Windows™ 3.X/95/NT™

Terra Management Inc. announces the release of the Terra Seis Software System for Windows™ 3.X/95/NT™ personal computer platforms.

The System is a work process automation and data management tool for the geophysical and geological exploration industry. It provides for integration and tracking of the inventory of exploration data including AFE's, seismic sections and tapes, reports, well logs, maps, remote sensing and other related exploration data. Seismic line data can be viewed as shot point or stick plots in a geographically accurate format, well data and culture may be incorporated in the display.

Dynamic Graphics Announces South American Expansion

Dynamic Graphics, Inc. recently announced expansion of their business activity in South America. Mr. Franck Lemaire, Ph.D., has joined the company as Business Development Manager responsible for the region.

Dynamic Graphics, Inc. has provided software solutions for applications in the earth sciences since 1969. Its products are backed by a comprehensive training program, through user documentation, a responsive technical support staff, consultation services, and a research-and-development program focused on providing practical solutions to the evolving spatial analysis problems in tl1e petroleum and environmental industries and other earth-related sciences. Dynamic Graphics offers its products and local customer support from offices worldwide.

25-Year-Old Calgary Company Secures New China Contract

While recently attending the World Petroleum Congress in China, Computalog signed a contract for the sale of $350,000 (US) of wireline equipment in the King Hi Oilfield.

Computalog recently entered into a joint venture agreement with Geoservices of France to form United Geocom Drilling Services, now the third largest directional drilling services firm in Canada. Computalog also continues to acquire a number of smaller U.S. based wireline companies as part of its long term objective of penetrating the lucrative, but fragmented, American petroleum services market.

Computalog has also stepped up operations in Venezuela, Argentina and India and is currently building on its successful new manufacturing joint venture in Daqing, China.

Western Atlas Acquires Seismic Companies

Western Atlas Inc. (NYSE:WAI) recently announced that it has completed the acquisition of Geosignal, Inc., a seismic data processing company, and Seismic Resources, Inc., a provider of nonexclusive seismic surveys.

Western Atlas Inc. Elects Gary E. Jones as Vice President

Western Atlas Inc. (NYSE:WAI) recently announced that Gary E. Jones has been elected Corporate Vice President, effective September 24, 1997.

Western Geophysical to Construct New State-of-the-Art OBC Cable Boat

Western Geophysical has contracted with Service Marine Industries of Morgan City, Louisiana, to build a new state-of-the-art cable boat for ocean-bottom cable (GBC) seismic surveys.

Scheduled for delivery in November 1998, the new cable boat is 196 feet long and equipped with the latest GBC cable handling equipment. While the boat is purpose-built for worldwide usage, it will first be assigned to Western Geophysical's Gulf of Mexico GBC fleet.

CAMESE Releases New Compendium of Mining Supplies

Jon G. Baird, Managing Director of CAMESE - The Canadian Association of Mining Equipment and Services, is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the 1997/98 CAMESE Compendium of Canadian Mining Suppliers. This 128 page book contains useful information about the dynamic, technologically- advanced, environmentally sound suppliers that help keep Canadian mines among the most efficient in the world. Profiles of 215 of Canada's prime suppliers of mining equipment and services are included, as well as an index to permit easy cross referencing for readers searching for sources of particular goods or services.



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