On 08.11.2023, representatives of the English company Stryde (a subsidiary of British Petroleum) met with the Rector of KBTU, employees of the Project Office, heads of Schools of Geology and the Petroleum Industry and the Kazakhstani representative of Samga Petroleum.

Among others, the issues of the direction of cooperation, the history of Stryde, the technical characteristics of seismic receivers and the possibility of their use in the fields and in the educational processes of the university were discussed.

Dinara Ablyazina, Director of Business Development in the CIS at Stryde, presented opportunities for future cooperation and training of KBTU students in the framework of both summer practice and webinars, with the participation of British specialists of the company.

Stryde, Inc. is a subsidiary of British Petroleum, which has created a breakthrough seismic exploration technology for field work. These are compact wireless receivers that work for 28 days without recharging and allow you to get high-quality images of the subsurface. Stryde provides not only the receivers themselves, but also systems for processing information obtained with their help. It is a ground-based seismic system that makes high-density seismic exploration accessible to any industry.

KBTU Rector Maratbek Gabdullin, Stryde Commercial Director Cameron Grant and Samga Petrol CEO Katrenov Zhanibek signed a memorandum of mutual understanding and cooperation with a view to promising cooperation in the field of innovative seismic exploration technologies for the mining and metallurgical industries and the oil and gas sector.