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: 40+
Founded in 1931, the first CGG geophysical survey took place in West Africa in 1932.
We are a global company with over 35 locations worldwide.
Among the world’s top 5 for computing capacity.
Over 45 years of remote sensing experience.
Member of UK STEM Ambassador programme since 2010.
Over 1,900 students have Followed us on Gradcracker.
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Worldwide leader in seismic imaging and equipment manufacture.

James

Imaging Scientist Intern & Campus Ambassador

"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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Henry

Imaging Geophysicist

""My favourite aspects of working at CGG are the very friendly working environment, flexible approach to work hours & diversity of co-workers.""

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CGG GeoSoftware Supports Geoscience Training with Renewal of...

GeoSoftware University Partnership Program GeoSoftware, part of CGG’s Geoscience Division, has renewed the donation of its HampsonRussell seismic reservoir characterization software to CERENA, a research centre of Instituto Superior Técnico (IST) University in Lisbon, Portugal....

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Imaging the earth with sound waves: free surface reflections

When we send seismic waves into the earth, we record many different types of arrivals at our receivers: primary reflections from the different impedance contrasts in the earth, head waves, guided waves, surface waves, refractions, diving waves, converted waves and prism waves to name just a few!

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