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Yes! we’ll be there

Let us know if you’ll be at the 123rd annaul meeting of the American Exploration and Mining Association on December 4-8, 2017 in Sparks/Reno Nevada. We’ll be in both # 824 – So STOP... read more

Need a CPR or First Aid Class?

Periodically, Colog’s Health and Safety Manager, Catie O’Neil, will host a class for CPR and First Aid certification. We are more than happy to share her knowledge with other individuals or companies. If you have people in need of training or a refresher, give us a call. We’ll let you know when our next class is coming... read more

COLOG will be attending SAGEEP 2016

COLOG will be attending the SAGEEP annual conference and expo March 20-24, 2016 at the Denver Marriott City Center. If you’re attending, stop by our booth – #5, or contact Greg Bauer or Mike Culig to schedule a time to meet at your office or ours to discuss what COLOG can do for... read more

COLOG Opens Arizona Office

COLOG has opened an office in Arizona to better serve clients who have projects in and around the the southwest region. Arizona’s own STEVE STROUD has been hired to run this new location. Steve comes to COLOG with direct experience in borehole logging and data processing and a personal knowledge of the area. Steve was educated at Arizona State University and makes his home in Maricopa. Many of the COLOG clients already know him and everyone is pleased to have him join our... read more

Come See Us at SME!

COLOG will be attending the SME annual conference and expo February 21-24, 2016 at the Phoenix Convention Center. If you’re attending, stop by our booth – #305, or contact Greg Bauer or Steve Stroud to schedule a time to meet at your office or site to discuss what COLOG can do for... read more

Food for the Mind

COLOG offers lunchtime “Brown Bag” mini-seminars on a variety of topics.  Contact us if your company would be interested in finding out about the latest methodologies and applications for borehole geophysical and hydrophysical logging.  Performed in your office or other locale, these educational presentations are... read more

NEW Additions to COLOG’s Water Sampling Techniques

COLOG has expanded its tool box of available downhole water sampling techniques to include specialized equipment such as Blatypus, Bladder and nitrogen or compressed-air-powered pumps for higher volume from deep depths. These specialized pumps, when used as standalone sampling pumps or in conjunction with our Wireline Straddle-Packers (WSP), offer our environmental clients the largest variety of downhole sampling techniques available.

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New Ownership for 2015

Long-term employees Mike Culig and Greg Bauer merge their nearly 50 years of combined experience and purchase the geophysical and hydrophysical assets from the IDS Division of Layne Christensen. The sale was effective March 1, 2015. Colog is now a small business entity in Colorado with satellite offices in Kansas, Alabama and... read more

2015 CMA Mining Conference

New owners, Mike Culig and Greg Bauer, attended Colorado’s Mining Association’s 117th National Western Mining Conference and Exhibition and shared the news with many attendees that the COLOG name is again alive and well. Greg Taylor, manager of International Directional Services (IDS) in Chandler, Arizona took advantage of his time in Denver to introduce COLOG to his many... read more

2015 PDAC Convention

COLOG’s Western Regional Manger, Hannah York, recently attended the four-day PDAC Convention held in Toronto, Canada. This event began in 1932 and is a who’s-who in the mineral industry. In addition to meeting over 1,000 exhibitors, there were over 25,000 attendees from 100 different countries.

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