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  1. Veritas Exploration Services FormedRead the original story

    Dec 31, 1995 | Oil and Gas Online

    Tim Wells, President and COO of Veritas DGC Inc. announced that the company's former Vice President of Business Development for Veritas Marine Surveys will be the new unit's President. Wells described the newly formed organization as complimentary of the parent company's services by providing customers with state-of-the-art interpretation, visualization, and analysis techniques in their exploration and reservoir management efforts.

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  2. data processing, geomatics, mtrex hydrocarbon, offshore marine vessels streamers, digicon, vibroseisRead the original story

    Dec 31, 1995 | Oil and Gas Online

    Veritas DGC Inc. is a leading provider of geophysical services worldwide, from project design through land and marine seismic data acquisition, to data processing and interpretation. Veritas offers one of the largest seismic data libraries in the geophysical industry - approximately 2.2 million line kilometers of marine and land seismic data.

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  3. Veritas DGC Unveils New Data Visualization CenterRead the original story

    Dec 31, 1995 | Oil and Gas Online

    Veritas DGC has unveiled its new, state-of-the-art Visualization Center, allowing teams of explorationists to view and interpret large volumes of complex 3D geophysical data used in oil and gas exploration. "The center provides the ability to display and manipulate massive amounts of 3D data covering large geographic regions, which gives a real advantage in establishing the 'big picture' in the reconnaissance stage of the exploration process," says Dale Bowering, Vice President of Business Development for Veritas Marine Surveys.

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  4. Bain Capital, Advent International in $2b-plus bid for ALSRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2016 | Sydney Morning Herald

    ALS managing director Greg Kilmister. Its life sciences business accounts for about 40 per cent of revenue and have the highest margins.

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  5. Stock Takes: Educator's stock heads southRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 26, 2015 | The New Zealand Herald

    On November 6 this column noted a 40 per cent gain in the stock since October 22, to $1.51, partly propelled the private training provider into reiterating, at an investor open day, that it was on track meet full-year earnings guidance. But things went abruptly south on Monday when Intueri revealed that regulatory review of two of its schools could impact funding and wipe up to $5 million off full-year earnings.

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  6. Educator's stock heads southRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 26, 2015 | The New Zealand Herald

    On November 6 this column noted a 40 per cent gain in the stock since October 22, to $1.51, partly propelled the private training provider into reiterating, at an investor open day, that it was on track meet full-year earnings guidance. But things went abruptly south on Monday when Intueri revealed that regulatory review of two of its schools could impact funding and wipe up to $5 million off full-year earnings.

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