Stephen Jumper, Chief Executive Officer of Dawson Geophysical, Inc. (DWSN), presented today at EnerCom’s The Oil & Gas Conference® 17. Dawson Geophysical is a leading provider of onshore seismic data acquisition services for the petroleum industry in the lower 48 and have recently made an entry into the Canadian market as well.
During the company’s breakout session, management was asked the following questions:
- How has the process of seismic changed in the last few years?
- Will the resurgence of acquisitions increase your presence in Canada and will you consider doing acquisitions to gain market share there?
- Will this be your second winter in Canada?
- Is the design, survey and permit work part of the turnkey package that you provide?
- Is delivering those things a competitive advantage for you?
- Is pricing steady right now?
- What are the newest technologies that are helping E&P companies right now?
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