Polarcus expands footprint in Houston
6 Jul 2015
Polarcus has relocated its North & South America regional office in Houston, Texas, to new premises in the Cobalt Center, Memorial City, as the company expands its regional footprint. The new Polarcus office is located in a Class A designated building, LEED-certified by the US Green Building Council. The location is adjacent to the Energy Corridor in West Houston, home to many of the major local and international oil companies.
Richard Price, Regional Vice President NASA, commented: “Polarcus’ goal is to provide the highest quality and most responsive service in the geophysical industry, including both contract and multi-client business. The move of our regional office into this new space allows all our sales, business development and geophysical support personnel to be located in the center of the greatest concentration of energy company clients in the world, close to our data processing partner DownUnder GeoSolutions, and with easy access to the entire North & South America region.”
Polarcus has been established in Houston since 2008 and has operated its environmentally-friendly, high-performance 3D seismic vessels offshore various locations across the North & South America region including Baffin Bay, the Caribbean and Uruguay.