Bell Geospace appoints Pagoda Porter Novelli

Oil & gas survey business, Bell Geospace, has appointed Edinburgh-based B2B agency Pagoda Porter Novelli to handle its PR activity.

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A Bell Geospace aircraft

Pagoda Porter Novelli will report to Michael Douglas, worldwide business development director at Bell Geospace, and will support sales and marketing through social media, online and SEO services, as well as trade and technical media relations.

Angela Casey, MD at Pagoda Porter Novelli, said: “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.”

Bell Geospace supplies oil, gas and mineral exploration companies with data to help plan cost-effective seismic programmes and model sub-surface geology to find and source natural resources with minimal risk.

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