AURORA GEOSCIENCES - oil gas exploration

By: Aurora Geosciences  09-12-2011

With a northern base and local experience, Aurora Geosciences offers oil & gas exploration companies cost-effective high quality data acquisition, particularly for small projects where mobilization costs are significant.

To companies engaged in oil & gas exploration in the NWT or Yukon, we provide the following services:



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