Philip Manrique

Philip Manrique

Director of Operations
Teledyne Geophysical Instruments
Houston, Texas USA

Length of Service

43 years

What I love most about my job at Teledyne?​

Building High Quality Geophysical Streamers, Acoustic Sources and Sensors and seeing customers winning contracts due to their expertise and the quality and reliability of our products.

What are you most proud of?

We have provided streamers cables for the largest purpose built seismic vessels in the industry. From The Teledyne Exploration days with the Ross Chouest, Casey Chouest and Gary Chouest analog streamers to digital streamers of today supplying the Ramform Vessels. Ramform Explorer in 1995 (first 10 Streamer Spread, First 12 Streamer Spread 1997 and tows the widest spread of 1350 meters in 1998) , Ramform Challenger christened in 1996, Ramform Valliant and Ramform Viking Christened 1998, Ramform Victory (towed the first 16 streamer spread in 2001) and Vanguard christened in 1999. Ramform Sovereign Christened in 2008 sets record for 14 Streamer X 8000 meter X 50 meter spacing (112 Km of deployed streamers). Ramform Sterling christen in 2009, first 3D Geostreamer survey in the Artic. Ramform Titan christened in 2013. Ramform Atlas christened in 2014, Ramform Tethys christened in 2016 and Ramform Hyperion christened in 2017. All these vessels (plus other seismic vessels) streamers were supplied by Teledyne Geophysical Instruments, over 20,000 streamer sections. We have an amazing manufacturing, engineering, procurement and sales team that made all this possible. ​