Pagoda Porter Novelli Appointed By Bell Geospace
Leading Scottish-based B2B PR company, Pagoda Porter Novelli, has been appointed by oil & gas survey business, Bell Geospace.
The PR programme will support sales and marketing for the business, which is a world leader in gravity gradiometry services in exploration. Pagoda Porter Novelli will provide social media, online and SEO support, alongside a focus on trade and technical media relations.
MD of Pagoda Porter Novelli, Angela Casey, comments:
“The oil and gas industry in Scotland is going through difficult times at the moment, but it’s still important to communicate the skills and expertise which have been built up over decades, as well as on-going innovation across the sector.
“The contract with Bell Geospace is important to us and we are pleased to be working with such an innovative and exciting company. Our B2B team is second to none and this contract is testament to our excellence in delivery and expertise.”
Pagoda Porter Novelli will be reporting to worldwide Business Development Director Michael Douglas.
Bell Geospace joins the range of oil & gas clients currently held by the consultancy which includes clients such as worldwide testing business, Exova, and Unique Group. Based in Edinburgh, Pagoda Porter Novelli offers public affairs and PR across a range of additional sectors and specialisms.
Bell Geospace clients include oil & gas companies as well as mineral exploration companies. FTG data is used to plan cost-effective seismic programmes and model sub-surface geology to find natural resources.
The business has been at the forefront of Gravity Gradiometry for over 15 years, with over 2,000,000 line km under its wings. Bell Geospace experts continue to find new and innovative techniques for acquiring, processing and interpreting Gravity Gradiometry data to allow its clients to minimise risk and maximise potential.
Source: Pagoda Porter Novelli
For more details: Email: Svetlana.Hirth@pagodapr.com
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