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We are excited to announce that we will be attending the upcoming American Exploration & Mining Association’s (AEMA) 2021 Annual meeting from December 5-10th in Sparks, Nevada.
Mount Sopris is partnering with AFG to provide financing and leasing options to customers based in the USA, making it easier for them to finance their growth and preserve their cash. These financing options allow customers to pay for their new borehole...
Come join us July 12th 2021 for this geophysical equipment demonstration day that will include geophysical well logging equipment, our new custom logging van, and WellCAD well log data processing software from Mount Sopris Instruments and ALT.
In January 2021, Mount Sopris geophysicists visited our customers at the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) in Tampa Bay to give a training on the well logging equipment and vehicle they had recently purchased.
Mount Sopris Instruments is excited to participate in the virtual exhibition at this year’s Groundwater Week hosted by the National Groundwater Association (NGWA). NGWA, Founded in 1948, hosts the largest groundwater show every year, and 2020 is no exception. Although originally set to take place in Las Vegas, Groundwater Week 2020 is now 100% virtual!
The QL43-ABI Acoustic Borehole Imager has the same technology as the QL40-ABI-2G providing fantastic acoustic images of the borehole wall. The greatest advantage of the QL43-ABI is that it has much higher temperature and pressure ratings than the standard QL40 version, as well as it’s high resolution Casing Integrity measurements
Mount Sopris and ALT are excited to welcome Anne Chamberlain to our team! We know that her customer support and sales skills will continue to help us ensure our customers are successful now and in the future.
We are pleased to announce that we have partnered with Axis Mining Technology to provide sales and support for their product line of gyros within the United States! Gyros are the preferable tool to map the azimuth and inclination of the borehole within magnetic geologic environments or steel casing. The line of Axis products on offer include the Champ Gyro, Champ Navigator, and many others.
For the month of March 2020, the Wireline Workshop dug deep into the theory of nuclear interactions that allow loggers to use radioactive sources for borehole investigations. The following is a brief overview of some of the informative topics covered this this months’ Wireline Bulletin, including source-detector spacing, interesting optical televiewer imagery, and the science behind the density measurement.