Adrok Ltd.

Adrok provide a non-invasive geophysical survey of sites leading to more accurate searches for natural resources while saving exploration companies money because of the system’s speed and accuracy. 

Our ADR technology is a non-destructive process that requires less staff and energy to obtain similar results currently gathered through other techniques.  The system penetrates materials to determine what is below the earth’s surface providing fast and accurate results that help a resource company determine whether to develop an area. The Adrok process costs a fraction of the normal drilling cost for test wells.

ADR has proven to map sub surface geology and accurately locate and precisely identify elements and materials to depths in excess of 4,000 metres. The system can substantially de-risk drilling programs and has the capacity to remotely identify ANY material. This means that it has a proven capacity to answer sub-surface related questions that no other technology can help with.


Oil & Gas
Civil Engineering


Adrok uses advanced Atomic Dielectric Resonance (ADR) technology to supply pioneering geophysical services for the location, identification, mapping, and exploration of subsurface natural resources.


Teck Resources Ltd
BG Group
Caithness Petroleum
Canadian Government
Scottish Water


"I was first introduced to Gordon, Adrok, and its ADR technology in 2010. Owing to the highly-interesting results from some surveys Teck engaged Adrok to undertake, and largely through Gordon's stewardship at Adrok, in December 2011 Teck concluded an equity investment in Adrok together with a framework to establish a longer-term working relationship. I am looking forward to working closely with Gordon and Adrok to further develop mineral exploration and geotechnical applications for Adrok’s ADR technology."

Joel Jansen, Chief Geophysicist, Teck Resources Limited

"We have carried out a number of trials to satisfy ourselves that Atomic Dielectric Resonance (ADR) technology works and have successfully used it to assess prospects prior to drilling.

The ADR technology recognises and identifies stratigraphies which have previously been typecast into the system's memory. It can also recognise and identity the presence of oil, gas and water subsurface.

In my opinion ADR has now developed into a powerful hydrocarbon exploration and appraisal tool."

Robert Kennedy, Caithness Petroleum Ltd.

"In the search to find a technique that will reduce the amount of drilling but also deliver reliable and precise mineral targets, Citigold has explored the use of the ADR technique developed by Gordon and his team at ADROK. For over a year now, Citigold has developed a strong working relationship with ADROK and is reaping the benefits of the technique and the professional services offered by this groundbreaking company. Although the ADR technique is not typically used for identifying sulfide and gold targets, Citigold and ADROK have been working closely together to successfully pinpoint small but high-grade targets in granitic host rocks at depths of up to 800m. This unconventional application of the technique was only made possible due to the expertise and ongoing support of the ADROK team and their willingness to work extremely hard on making the project a success. I am confident that the success of the program and results obtained so far is simply the tip of the iceberg for the ADR technique and that ongoing collaboration with ADROK will continue to benefit Citigold’s mineral targeting."

Dr. Simon Richards, Chief Geologist, Citigold Corporation, Charters Towers, USA.