Geophysical activity by the petroleum industry in 1959 was reduced in all the major areas of the free world except in the Far East where a small over-all gain was reported. An average of 957 geophysical crews of all types operated in world-wide exploration during the year. In 1956, a record high year, the world-wide average was 1,136 crews.

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