Give Precision Geophysical a call on your next seismic job.
  • Marcellus * Utica * Shale”
  • 3D and 2D Surveys.
  • Shothole and vibroseis.
  • Proven technology helps you reduce risk and improve your success rate.
  • State of the art equipment - 24 bit recording.
  • Aram Aries - 1,000s of channels available.
  • Personalized service and fast turnaround.
  • Quality service begins with dedicated people.
  • Two crews to serve the seismic needs of Appalachain Basin producers in Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan,
    New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennesse and West Virginia.
  • Put our 20 years of experience in the Appalachian Basin to work on your next seismic project.
  • All Employees are HSE trained per OSHA standards and have been Trained in CPR.
  • Tired of waiting on your seismic? Call Precision Geophysical, we'll get it done in a timely fashion.

Products

Products
  • CT-32 Close Tolerance Geophones
  • Aram Aries Recording
  • Force-Two Vib Electronics
  • Linear,Non-Linear Custom Sweeps Available
  • Post Sweep Reports
  • Phase Error,Force Output,GPS,
    QC Information
  • Boombox For Dynamite - GPS

Services

Services
  • 3D Seismic
  • 2D Seismic
  • Permitting
  • Survey
  • Recording – Aram Aries
  • Clean Up
  • Northeast United States

Safety

Safety
  • Safety First
  • First Aid
  • All Employees Osha Training
  • All Employees Advance CPR
  • Safe Driving
  • Drug and Alcohol Policy
  • Eap Plan

Precision Geophysical, Inc

Contact:
Steven McCrossin
Millersburg,
Ohio 44654
Phone: 330-674-2198

Latest News

Magnum Hunter Resources Announces Acquisition Of Mineral Interests In Ohio And West Virginia

This acquisition will increase the company's net revenue interest on its existing 875 acre oil and gas lease located on the related acreage from approximately 86% to nearly 100% in the Marcellus Shale.

Fracking Oversight In Pennsylvania Faulted By State Watchdog

Pennsylvania is the nation’s fastest-growing natural gas producer.

Marcellus Natural Gas In Northeast Drives Record US Output

Gross output from the region will average 15.235 billion cubic feet a day this month, up 28% from a year earlier.

Warren’s Marcellus Acquisition Doubles Reserves

Warren is buying acreage it considers to be "the core of the core."

Rex Energy Provides Update On Appalacian Operations

The company estimates its second quarter 2014 production to be approximately 128 MMcfe/d.

Rice Energy To Acquire Additional 22,000 Net Acres In Pennsylvania

The company will acquire the acreage and 12 new wells for about $336 million.

Updated: Top 12 I.P. Wells in the Marcellus Shale

GreenHunter Resources Announces Appalachian Pipeline Project

This new project covers approximately 34 miles of right-of-way to transport freshwater, oilfield waste water (brine), and hydrocarbons (oil, condensate and NGLs).

Energy Transfer Announces Bakken Pipeline Project

ETP has also approved building a pipeline to transport natural gas from processing facilities located in the prolific Marcellus and Utica shale areas to numerous market regions in the United States and Canada.

GreenHunter Resources Forms New Hydrocarbons Division

GreenHunter Hydrocarbons’ business lines will focus on the transportation, storage, processing, and marketing of hydrocarbons (oil, condensate, and NGLs) in the Appalachian region.

The Eagle Ford

With an estimated 7 to 10 billion barrels of oil lying in wait, the Eagle Ford is one of the largest unconventional resource plays under development globally. Over 3,200 wells were completed in the region in 2013 alone. To date, oil and gas activity in the Eagle Ford has created 116,000 jobs and contributed $60 billion to the U.S. economy. That’s impressive, considering just five years ago the Eagle Ford was virtually inactive. The first commercial discovery in 2008 by Petrohawk Energy (now part of BHP Billiton) – a well that flowed at 7.6 million cubic feet of gas per day – launched a surge of activity that is still growing today.Now, top E&Ps like EOG, Chesapeake, Marathon, ConocoPhillips and Anadarko have large-scale operations in the Eagle Ford. The region has become a prime target for investment because of its favorable economics, established infrastructure, proximity to demand centers, and staggering resource availability. Companies with prime locations are seeing more than a 100% rate of return, and the current pace of drilling is expected to continue for at least five more years.

REX Pipeline Reversing Course As Appalachian Basin Grows

Matt Sheehy of Tallgrass discusses the system as it relates to new product coming out of the Northeast.

Experience As Pure-Play Company Helps Trans Energy Succeed In W. Va.

Chairman says he expects significant production growth from two-rig drilling program.

Avenues To Reach The Rational Middle

Panelists offer suggestions on how to reach out to public about the energy issues.

Pad Drilling

The oil and gas industry has a long-standing history of transforming itself through the development of new technologies. One of its most valuable innovations is pad drilling. This process enables operators to shorten cycle time by drilling multiple wells in tight clusters with minimal time spent rigging up or moving rigs. With multi-well sites, operators have been able to increase production rates while simultaneously decreasing rig counts. And because pad drilling is more efficient, the reductions in drilling time yield substantial cost savings. In the first quarter of 2014, the industry saw a 70% increase in the growth of pad drilling for horizontal wells. These efficiencies are paving the way for future advancements.

Marcellus Activity Highlights: April 2014

The Burgeoning Bakken

The Bakken is one of North America’s largest oil-rich shale plays. Longer horizontal well bores and widespread use of hydraulic fracturing spurred soaring production. North Dakota now ranks second among U.S. oil-producing states – and a large portion of the domestic drilling rig fleet will be retrofitted to walking or skidding systems by year-end. More than 70% of Bakken oil moves by rail tank car, giving crude-by-rail the leading role for getting Bakken production to market. Economic impacts are seen state-wide as North Dakota proudly claims the nation’s lowest unemployment and a per-person gross domestic output significantly higher than the national average.

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