Who We Are

Getech provides expertise, support and knowledge that companies and governments need to better locate, develop and manage energy assets and natural resources.

Our data-rich products, earth science expertise, geospatial solutions and government advisory services help our customers to achieve their business goals of cost control, operational excellence, regulatory compliance and environmental responsibility.

What We Do

Getech has a well-established position within energy markets, assisting some of the largest and most innovative companies in the world with our unique combination of products and services.

To date we have shaped our activities around hydrocarbon operations, which has driven a high margin orderbook and recurring revenue growth. Our strategy is to now grow and diversify our work by leveraging our customer relationships, existing products, skills and technologies, to target new commercial opportunities that accelerate the global transition to a low carbon economy.

Customer collaboration and capital discipline underpin this strategy. New business wins include satellite observation, geothermal, climate monitoring and lithium extraction. Alongside this, strong national and international government support for renewable energy sources such as hydrogen, have helped to determine our focus on the following areas:

Petroleum

Locate and improve the management
of hydrocarbon resources

Who We Are - Petroleum

Strengthen Our Core

Metals and Mining

Identify, predict and rank potential
sites for new deposits

Expand Existing Footprint

Hydrogen

Carbon capture, hydrogen storage, building cost
efficient optionality into emergent value chains

Geothermal

Geophysical data and heat flow tools
to de-risk access to clean energy

Hydrogen

Carbon capture, hydrogen storage, building cost
efficient optionality into emergent value chains

Positioning in Emerging Energy Markets

Geothermal

Geophysical data and heat flow tools
to de-risk access to clean energy

Positioning in Emerging Energy Markets

Positioning in Emerging Energy Markets