Welcome to the CGG Hub

CGG is a global leader in high-tech geoscience. We offer a unique range of innovative technologies, services and equipment designed to provide extremely precise data on the Earth; primarily to support exploration for and optimal development of natural resources. Read more »

Typically recruits

  • Aerospace
  • Chemical/Process
  • Civil/Building
  • Computing/Technology
  • Electronic & Electrical
  • Materials & Minerals
  • Mechanical/Manufacturing
  • Sciences/Maths
Graduate intake: 20+
Founded in 1931, the first CGG geophysical survey took place in West Africa in 1932.
Headquartered in France, we are a global company with over 42 locations worldwide.
Among the world’s top 10 for computing power.
Over 45 years of remote sensing experience.
Member of UK STEM Ambassador programme since 2010.
Worldwide leader in geophysical equipment design and manufacture since 1956.
The industry leader in seismic signal processing, model building and imaging.
A global leader in geology since 1961.
Sophie Zurquiyah is the CEO of CGG.
Our graduate geophysicist community in the UK is made up of 18 nationalities.
The most popular interests among our graduates are music, hiking/mountain sports and travelling.
Nearly half of our graduates studied Physics & Astronomy at university.

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James

Imaging Scientist Intern

"Throughout the internship I found the work to be both stimulating and challenging, and I felt that I was genuinely contributing to the project giving me a strong sense of purpose."

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Andrei

Imaging Geophysicist

"At CGG, everyone around you is very friendly, supportive and knowledgeable. This creates an amazing working atmosphere, and on top of that, the work never gets boring."

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Braided channels to the west of Shetland

CGG has recently reprocessed the MCNV Judd Basin 3D survey which covers an area of 3540km² to the west of Shetland, with the latest bandwidth extension and demultiple technology.

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Salt sculpting offshore Gabon

Salt is quite unusual in that its crystal structure means seismic waves travel through it at very high velocities but it is lower density and is relatively plastic compared to most rocks.

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