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Inauguration of Multi-Sensor Aero-Geophysical Surveys over Obvious Geological Potential (OGP) Areas

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Mr. Rajesh Alla, CMD, IIC Technologies with Mr. Piyush Goyal, Minister of State (Independent charge) For Power, Coal, New & Renewable energy and Mines at the inaugural of Multi-Sensor Aero-Geophysical Surveys over Obvious Geological Potential (OGP) Areas.

Inauguration of Multi-Sensor Aero-Geophysical Surveys over Obvious Geological Potential (OGP) Areas

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IIC Technologies is proud to be part of a consortium of International Service Providers implementing the multisensory aero-geophysical survey of the Obvious Geological Potential (OGP) areas of the country, commissioned by Geological Survey of India.

Under this project, around 8.13 lakh sq. km. area divided into 12 blocks is planned to be covered with a line spacing of 300 m and at an altitude of 80 m above ground level. Initially four blocks have been taken up for the multisensory survey as a pilot project during this year.

"This project further strengthens our association with Geological Survey of India, Ministry of Mines, and Government of India. Multi-sensor aero-geophysical surveys have been a vital tool for exploration of hidden mineral deposits. Many countries have been using it extensively. It is a forward looking initiative by GSI and Government of India to implement this technology in our country that strengthens our economy and we are excited to be part of this national initiative" said Mr. Rajesh Alla, CMD, IIC Technologies speaking about the project. 

 

07 Apr, 17