Health Safety and Environment
Soliton ltd uses ecologically secure and certificated technologies of fieldworks satisfy international environmental requirements (agricultural areas, protected parks, urban areas, industrial platforms, ports).
Our technology was developed to minimize environmental impact.
Government Environment Protection agencies has carried out several studies for environmental impact assessment of EM operations.
The study result confirmed that EM technology are environmentally friendly and does not harm marine life.
Soliton ltd techniques of High Resolution Electromagnetic survey is certified for application in highly sensitive shallow water environment of the North Caspian sea.
HSE policies of our company are based on IAGC safety guides:
Marine Geophysical Safety Manual
Land Geophysical Safety Manual
Environmental impact assessment of electromagnetic techniques
The environmental impact assessment commissioned by the International Association of Geophysical Contractors (IAGC) concludes that EM sources, as currently used, have no potential for significant effects on animal groups such as fish, seabirds, sea turtles and marine mammals.
It also states that the cumulative effects from EM surveys are negligible compared with natural EM anomalies, induced fields from natural water currents and anthropogenic EM sources such as those originating from undersea equipment.
The assessment was funded by the member companies of the IAGC EM subcommittee and prepared by LGL Ltd environmental research associates. EAI report is published in November 2011.
The IAGC EM Subcommittee anticipates the EM EIA will be a useful reference document for the geophysical industry as well as oil and gas exploration companies, regulators, non-government organizations, and other stakeholders.
Environmental Impact Assessment of Electromagnetic Techniques used for Oil & Gas Exploration & Production is available for download in pdf format at IAGC at email@example.com.