Magni Hofstad

Accounting Manager at ElectroMagnetic GeoServices ASA

Magni Hofstad

Magni Hofstad

Accounting Manager at ElectroMagnetic GeoServices ASA

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1962

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56

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Professional at Global Geophysical Services, Inc.

Founder at Nettavisen

Director & Senior Scientist at ElectroMagnetic GeoServices ASA

Professional at ElectroMagnetic GeoServices ASA

ElectroMagnetic GeoServices ASA

ElectroMagnetic GeoServices ASA

Founder at ElectroMagnetic GeoServices ASA

Executive Director at ElectroMagnetic GeoServices ASA

Chief Financial Officer at ElectroMagnetic GeoServices ASA

Chief Executive Officer at ElectroMagnetic GeoServices ASA

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Magni Hofstad
Accounting Manager at ElectroMagnetic GeoServices ASA
Education
Attendee, Accounting

BI Norwegian Business School is an internationally recognized not-for-profit private institution, located in Norway. Established in 1943, BI has one of Europe’s largest and most productive academic environments. BI has a strong research environment focusing on high business relevance with an international profile. With a large network abroad, the school offers students to exchange with more than 170 partner institutions in 45 different countries.

Attendee, Accounting

Sør-Trøndelag University College is a school in Trondheim.

Career History
Accounting Manager
2006 - Current

At EMGS, we acquire and process high-quality marine controlled-source electromagnetic (CSEM) data. We then help our customers to increase their exploration success through modelling, integrating and interpreting these data. In 2002, EMGS was the first company to successfully apply marine CSEM technology to the search for hydrocarbons (see history). Since then, we have successfully commercialised the technology and turned it into an effective, environmentally benign exploration method that, when used correctly, can significantly increase drilling success rates (read article). Measuring wellbore resistivity has been a fundamental formation evaluation tool since the 1920s. Marine CSEM surveying uses the same principles to map resistive bodies, such as commercial-scale hydrocarbon reservoirs, from the seabed. This makes it a perfect partner for seismic techniques, which provide structural information. Together, and with other subsurface information, these methods form a powerful set of exploration tools.

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Director
2006 - Current

At EMGS, we acquire and process high-quality marine controlled-source electromagnetic (CSEM) data. We then help our customers to increase their exploration success through modelling, integrating and interpreting these data. In 2002, EMGS was the first company to successfully apply marine CSEM technology to the search for hydrocarbons (see history). Since then, we have successfully commercialised the technology and turned it into an effective, environmentally benign exploration method that, when used correctly, can significantly increase drilling success rates (read article). Measuring wellbore resistivity has been a fundamental formation evaluation tool since the 1920s. Marine CSEM surveying uses the same principles to map resistive bodies, such as commercial-scale hydrocarbon reservoirs, from the seabed. This makes it a perfect partner for seismic techniques, which provide structural information. Together, and with other subsurface information, these methods form a powerful set of exploration tools.

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