Welcome

Geoscience Wales Limited ( GWL ) is a not-for-profit company, with objectives to promote the geoscience businesses of our Associate members’ through marketing their geoscience expertise and services in the broader commercial marketplace. GWL also provide networking and educational opportunities through regular Cluster meetings and seminars. Our Associates have extensive global experience in very many aspects of all the geosciences.

 

CONSULTANCYSERVICES
Petroleum Exploration and Production Reserves and Asset Management
Minerals and Mining Exploration Contract Negotiations
Information Management Licence Applications
Environmentl Risk Assessment Basin Evolution Modelling
Specialist Projects
Data Room / Development Teams

OUR GEOSCIENCE DISCIPLINES

  • Geology – Biostratigraphy/Chemostratigraphy/Sedimentology/Reservoir Geology
  • Geophysics
  • Geochemistry & Geomicrobiology (including survey)
  • Petroleum systems modelling
  • Data Management
  • GIS & Traditional Cartography
  • Remote Sensing including surface prospecting – sea bottom sampling

Our Associates are scientific services companies having experienced and highly specialised staff using advanced technologies to help our clients add value to their businesses.

Geoscience Wales’ customer base ranges across international energy and mining companies, national and local governments major contractors and financial institutions. Our mission is to remain independent and exploit the unique skills of our Associates by providing the highest quality services to our clients in the most cost effective manner. Our experience ranges over projects across 7 continents and in more than 50 countries.

The company’s headquarters are in Conwy in North Wales, United Kingdom.  Our Associates are notionally based in Wales although a number of our active members now reside outside Wales.

To find out more information please download our corporate brochure  – here

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Website last updated  – 8th  October 2017

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