This website – marineseismicsurvey.com – was originally created as a site focused on the marine geophysical service sector that provides data acquisition, processing and imaging services to the oil and gas industry. NoPGS.com published legally and contractually protected content which was moved to marineseismicsurvey.com following its theft by conspirators PGS ASA, Watson Farley & Williams, Landau Zeffertt & Weir and Duensing – Kippen (Thailand) in December 2018.
Nopgs.com was Stolen and Evidence Destroyed by PGS ASA sponsored (illegal) Criminal Defamation Litigation in Thailand under Thai Law in December 2018
WordPress discontinued the theme previously used on this site and many permalinks – mostly to media / image files were damaged.
Legally Protected Public Disclosure, as defined by the UK Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 (PIDA), or Whistleblowing content, was published on nopgs.com. In September 2018, PGS ASA sponsored two unfounded criminal defamation claims, under Thai Law, against the author of several protected publications, SDK, while he lived in Thailand. The claims were delivered by Thai legal firm Duensing – Kippen on behalf of SDKs former employer, PGS Exploration (UK) Limited, 4 The Heights, Weybridge, England, KT13 0NY and former PGS Exploration (UK) Limited company Secretary, Carl Richards. Criminal defamation under Thai law is punishable by prison. SDK did not regard his online published content as defamatory, but as legally and contractually protected under the laws of England. SDK and PGS Exploration (UK) Limited were bound by an original employment contract signed in July 2010 that prohibits the publications of content that disparages PGS ASA or any of its stakeholders that is governed by the laws of England. SDK and PGS Exploration (UK) Limited also signed a termination settlement contract 5 December 2013 containing similar, albeit mutual, Confidentiality terms and conditions. SDK believes that the termination settlement contract was illegally proffered to terminate his employment under false pretenses for being whistleblower. This has been the topic of most publications which started on the LinkedIn Pulse blog platform 3 July 2015. SDK also believes that the PGS ASA sponsored litigation in Thailand as well as the subsequent compromise agreements that SDK was compelled to sign to avoid trial in Thailand are also illegal and a breach of the original employment contract as well as a breach in the termination settlement contract.