Pulse Seismic Inc.

Pulse Seismic Inc.

March 19, 2006 23:59 ET

Pulse Data Inc. Reports 2006 Results and Declaration of Quarterly Dividend

CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwire - March 19, 2007) - Ken MacDonald, President and Chief Executive Officer of Pulse Data Inc. (TSX:PSD) ("Pulse" or the "Company") reports the financial
and operating results of Pulse for the year ended December 31, 2006.

Mr. MacDonald is also pleased to announce that Pulse has declared its
fifteenth consecutive quarterly dividend. This dividend is $0.0375 per common
share and will be paid on April 12, 2007 to shareholders of record at the
close of business on March 29, 2007. The Company's Dividend Reinvestment Plan
for eligible shareholders will be available for this dividend. Pulse confirms
that all dividends paid to shareholders in 2006 are designated as "eligible
dividends", as defined by the Government of Canada's Bill C-28, entitling
Canadian resident individuals to a higher gross up and dividend tax credit.
Pulse also designates all dividends paid in 2007 and subsequent years as
eligible dividends.

HIGHLIGHTS

- Pulse added 17,862 net kilometres of 2D seismic and 461 net square
kilometres of 3D seismic to its data library during 2006. This
significant addition of seismic data during the year was accomplished
through the purchase of two seismic datasets totaling 17,862 net
kilometres of 2D data and 224 net square kilometres of 3D data and
one participation survey totaling 237 net square kilometres of 3D
data. This compares to the addition of 2,920 net square kilometres of
3D data and 534 net kilometres of 2D data in 2005.

- Based on the Company's current share price, the annual dividend rate
of $0.15 per share represents an approximate yield of 6.4%.

- Free cash flow(b) for the year ended December 31, 2006 was
$17.8 million, compared to $23.5 million in 2005.

- Seismic data library sales decreased marginally by 2% to
$34.2 million for the year ended December 31, 2006 from $34.9 million
for the year ended December 31, 2005.

- Pulse had a working capital position of $5.7 million at December 31,
2006 compared to a working capital position of $17.5 million at
December 31, 2005.

- Pulse repaid $11.8 million of long-term debt during 2006. In November
2006 Pulse restructured its long-term debt facility with its
principal lenders to include an additional $25.0 million, which
together with $7.5 million of cash resources, financed the purchase
of the $32.5 million Foothills area dataset in November 2006.

- On July 31, 2006, the Company completed the sale of its former
wholly-owned subsidiary, Trango Technologies Inc., to Fugro Canada
for total proceeds of $1.8 million plus a working capital adjustment
of approximately $400,000.

- On March 5, 2007, Pulse announced that it had initiated a process to
evaluate strategic alternatives for its LiDAR business segment (also
known as Terrapoint).



Financial Highlights
Continuing operations
(stated in thousands of dollars except per share data and numbers of
shares)

Three months ended 12 months ended
December 31 December 31
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2006 2005 2006 2005
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(unaudited) (audited)
Revenue from continuing
operations:
Data library sales $ 10,506 $ 12,439 $ 34,214 $ 34,905
Participation
surveys $ - $ 4,368 $ 3,058 $ 10,006
LiDAR $ 2,268 $ 1,963 $ 7,889 $ 8,452
Corporate & other $ (362) $ (54) $ (520) $ (226)
Total revenue
from continuing
operations $ 12,412 $ 18,716 $ 44,641 $ 53,137
Amortization of data
libraries $ 5,631 $ 6,779 $ 22,750 $ 21,536

Net earnings (loss)
from continuing ops $ 1,339 $ 3,977 $ (4,499) $ 6,700
Net earnings (loss)
from continuing ops
per share:
Basic $ 0.03 $ 0.09 $ (0.10)(a) $ 0.15
Diluted $ 0.03 $ 0.08 $ (0.10)(a) $ 0.14

Net earnings (loss) $ 1,339 $ 4,020 $ (3,290) $ 6,488
Net earnings (loss)
per share:
Basic $ 0.03 $ 0.09 $ (0.07)(a) $ 0.14
Diluted $ 0.03 $ 0.08 $ (0.07)(a) $ 0.14
Funds from
operations(b) $ 7,494 $ 13,860 $ 24,508 $ 35,017
Funds from operations
per share(b):
Basic $ 0.16 $ 0.30 $ 0.52 $ 0.76
Diluted $ 0.15 $ 0.29 $ 0.51 $ 0.75
Free cash flow(b) $ 7,869 $ 7,782 $ 17,812 $ 23,458
Working capital $ 5,681 $ 17,503 $ 5,681 $ 17,503
Total assets $ 129,594 $ 129,882 $ 129,594 $ 129,882
Capital expenditures
Seismic data
purchases $ 33,000 $ - $ 36,850 $ 15,225
Participation
surveys $ (375) $ 6,078 $ 6,696 $ 11,559
Changes to work in
progress $ - $ 182 $ (192) $ 190
Property and
equipment
additions $ 266 $ 139 $ 2,221 $ 1,510
Total capital
expenditures $ 32,891 $ 6,399 $ 45,575 $ 28,484
Total long-term debt
(net of current
maturities) $ 31,996 $ 20,772 $ 31,996 $ 20,772
Shareholders' equity $ 75,357 $ 82,432 $ 75,357 $ 82,432

Weighted average
shares outstanding:
basic 47,802,900 46,500,615 47,145,373 46,161,608
diluted 48,470,921 47,320,276 48,007,006 46,842,744
Shares outstanding
at period-end 47,919,342 46,559,778 47,919,342 46,559,778

(a) Basic weighted average shares outstanding are used to calculate loss
per share
(b) These non-GAAP financial measures are defined in the Financial
Summary below.

Seismic Library:

Seismic library:
2D in net
kilometres 257,684 239,822 257,684 239,822
3D in net square
kilometres 9,903 9,442 9,903 9,442


FINANCIAL SUMMARY

The Company's continuous disclosure documents provide discussion and
analysis of "free cash flow", "funds from operations" and "funds from
operations per share". These financial measures do not have standard
definitions prescribed by GAAP in Canada and, therefore, may not be comparable
to similar measures disclosed by other companies. The Company has included
these non-GAAP financial measures because management, investors, analysts and
others use them as measures of the Company's financial performance. The
Company's definition of free cash flow is cash available for debt servicing,
discretionary capital expenditures and the payment of dividends, and is
calculated as funds from operations less participation survey additions to the
data library. The Company's definition of funds from operations is cash flow
from operations as prescribed by Canadian GAAP, but excluding the impact of
changes in non-cash working capital. Funds from operations per share is
defined as funds from operations divided by the weighted average number of
shares outstanding for the period.

Overview

The loss from continuing operations for the year ended December 31, 2006
was $4.5 million ($0.10 per share basic and diluted), compared to earnings of
$6.7 million ($0.15 per share basic and $0.14 per share diluted) for 2005.
When calculating this loss per share, the basic number of shares outstanding
for this period has been utilized, as using diluted shares would have the
effect of inappropriately decreasing the net loss per share. This loss was due
entirely to the one-time write-down of Terrapoint's capital assets of
$8.8 million taken in the first half of 2006. Without this write-down, the
Company would have had net earnings from continuing operations of $1.1 million
for the year ended December 31, 2006.

The net loss for 2006 was $3.3 million ($0.07 per share basic and
diluted) compared to net earnings of $6.5 million ($0.14 per share basic and
diluted) for 2005.

Funds from operations for 2006 totalled $24.5 million ($0.52 per share
basic and $0.51 per share diluted), compared to $35.0 million ($0.76 per share
basic and $0.75 per share diluted) generated for the year ended December 31,
2005. The earnings per share for 2005 and the funds from operations per share
for 2006 and 2005 are based on the weighted average shares outstanding of
47,145,373 (diluted - 48,007,006) for 2006 compared to 46,161,608 (diluted -
46,842,744) for 2005. In 2006, the loss per share figure is based on the basic
weighted average number of shares outstanding of 47,145,373, as discussed
above.

Net earnings from continuing operations for the three-month period ended
December 31, 2006 were $1.3 million ($0.03 per share basic and diluted)
compared to $4.0 million ($0.09 per share basic and $0.08 per share diluted)
for the same period in 2005. Funds from operations for the fourth quarter of
2006 of $7.5 million ($ 0.16 per share basic and $0.15 per share diluted) were
46.0 percent lower than the $13.9 million ($0.30 per share basic and $0.29 per
share diluted) generated in the fourth quarter of 2005. The primary reason for
these reductions is that Pulse purchased a large seismic data base rather than
conduct participation surveys in the fourth quarter of 2006, while the Company
conducted two participation surveys in the fourth quarter of 2005. These per
share figures are based on the weighted average shares outstanding of
47,802,900 (diluted - 48,470,921) for the fourth quarter of 2006 compared to
46,500,615 (Diluted - 47,320,276) for the fourth quarter of 2005.

Effective October 6, 2006 Pulse acquired a significant seismic dataset
consisting of 14,417 net kilometres of 2D data, located primarily in the
Foothills region of Alberta and northeast British Columbia. Earlier in the
year, effective August 29, 2006, Pulse acquired a seismic dataset consisting
of 3,445 net kilometres of 2D data and 224 net square kilometres of 3D data in
the Deep Basin of west central Alberta. In 2005 Pulse added 2,920 net square
kilometres of 3D data through the purchase of a significant dataset which
consisted of 2,502 net square kilometres of 3D data and 534 net kilometres of
2D data, and through four participation surveys consisting of 418 net square
kilometres of 3D data.



Revenue

For the year ended December 31 (stated in thousands of dollars)

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2006 2005
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% of % of %
Business Segment Revenue Total Revenue Total Change
Revenue Revenue
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Seismic Data:
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Data library
sales $ 34,214 76.6 $ 34,905 65.7 (2.0)
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Participation
surveys 3,058 6.9 10,006 18.8 (69.4)
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LiDAR 7,889 17.7 8,452 15.9 (6.7)
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Corporate and other (520) (1.2) (226) (0.4) (130.1)
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Total $ 44,641 100.0 $ 53,137 100.0 (16.0)
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For the three months ended December 31 (stated in thousands of dollars)

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2006 2005
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% of % of %
Business Segment Revenue Total Revenue Total Change
Revenue Revenue
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Seismic Data:
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Data library
sales $ 10,506 84.6 $ 12,439 66.5 (15.5)
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Participation
surveys - - 4,368 23.3 (100.0)
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LiDAR 2,268 18.3 1,963 10.5 15.5
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Corporate and other (362) (2.9) (54) (0.3) (570.4)
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Total $ 12,412 100.0 $ 18,716 100.0 (33.7)
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Seismic Data Segment

The seismic data segment, which includes data library sales and
participation survey revenues, contributed 83.5 percent of total revenue from
continuing operations for the Company in 2006, and 84.6 percent of total
revenue from continuing operations for the fourth quarter of 2006. In
comparison, the seismic data segment contributed 84.5 percent of total revenue
for the year ended December 31, 2005 and 89.8 percent of total revenue for the
fourth quarter of 2005. For the year ended December 31, 2006, Pulse recorded
total seismic revenue of $37.3 million compared to $44.9 million for 2005.

Within the seismic data segment the Company generates two types of
revenue: data library sales and participation survey revenue. While
participation survey revenue increases revenue and earnings significantly in
periods of high survey activity, participation surveys represent an investment
in the seismic data library that initially draws down the capital resources of
the Company similar to the purchase of existing seismic data. However, the
process of purchasing seismic data does not generate "revenue" in the initial
instance. Once the participation survey data or the purchased data enter our
data library future licensing revenue generates free cash flow, which can
occur many times while incurring minimal further cash costs.

Seismic data segment revenue for the year ended December 31, 2006
reflects an overall decrease of 17.0 percent from 2005. The primary reason for
the decrease in total seismic data segment revenue is the Company's decision
to grow the seismic data library through the purchase of existing datasets
rather than conduct additional participation surveys after the first half of
the year, and lower-than-normal client funding on the participation survey
completed in the second quarter of 2006. Pulse recorded $3.1 million of
participation survey revenue in 2006, compared to $10.0 million of
participation survey revenue in 2005.

LiDAR Segment

LiDAR revenue for the fourth quarter of 2006 increased by 15.5 percent to
$2.3 million from $2.0 million in the fourth quarter of 2005 and reached a
full-year total of $7.9 million in 2006, down slightly from $8.5 million in
2005. The decrease was due to lower sales in the summer months of 2006;
however, the increase in LiDAR revenue in the fourth quarter was due to a
significant amount of contracts being sold in the third quarter that were
executed during the fourth quarter.

Trango Segment

The Trango segment of Pulse has been reported as discontinued operations
as of September 30, 2006. Trango, a former wholly-owned subsidiary of Pulse,
was classified as assets held for sale as of June 30, 2006 and was
subsequently sold on July 31, 2006, for $1.8 million in cash plus a working
capital adjustment of approximately $400,000.

Corporate and Other Segment

The Corporate and Other segment consists primarily of Pulse's Corporate
G&A costs, interest and items such as inter-company eliminations and foreign
exchange gains and/or losses.

General and Administrative Expenses (G&A) For the year ended December 31,
2006 Corporate G&A expenses were $5.6 million, a 19.3 percent increase from
$4.7 million for 2005. The G&A increase is principally related to higher
stock- based compensation expense, higher salary expense due to hiring more
employees, increased consulting costs and higher public reporting costs.

Depreciation Expense Depreciation expense for the year ended December 31,
2006 increased by 25 percent to $363,000 from $290,000 in 2005. The
depreciation provision in the fourth quarter of 2006 was $94,000, an increase
of 17.5 percent from the $80,000 expense for the same three-month period in
2005. The increase in both periods is due primarily to the 2005 capital
expenditures, mainly for technology-related equipment for improving data
security and data flow as well as software upgrades, which results in higher
depreciation in the subsequent year.

Interest Expense Total interest expense for the year ended December 31,
2006 increased to $1.1 million from $1.0 million in 2005. The increase is
primarily due to the additional debt undertaken midway through 2005 to finance
a $15.2 million seismic data purchase, as well as an increase in long-term
debt at the end of 2006 to partially fund the $32.5 million seismic data
purchase on November 15. In addition, the interest rate on the long-term debt
increased slightly in 2006.

Data Library

Pulse acquires seismic data to grow its data library through two primary
methods. The Company conducts participation surveys each year and also
purchases proprietary rights to complementary seismic data when the
opportunity arises. During 2006, Pulse invested $43.5 million to acquire new
seismic data. Of this amount, $6.7 million was invested to conduct a 237
square kilometre, 3D participation survey in west-central Alberta in the
second quarter of 2006. An additional $36.9 million was invested to purchase
two seismic datasets during the year. In the third quarter Pulse purchased a
dataset consisting of approximately 224 net square kilometres of 3D data and
3,445 net kilometres of 2D data located in the Deep Basin of west-central
Alberta, followed by a fourth-quarter acquisition of 14,417 net kilometres of
2D data located primarily in the Foothills region of Alberta and northeast
British Columbia, and including some data in Saskatchewan, Yukon, the
Northwest Territories and the northwest United States. In comparison, in 2005
the Company invested a total of $26.8 million to acquire seismic data. The
Company paid $15.2 million to purchase the proprietary rights to approximately
2,500 net square kilometres of 3D seismic data and 500 net kilometres of 2D
seismic data, located in the south-central area of Alberta. Additionally in
2005, the Company invested $5.5 million to acquire 244 net square kilometres
of 3D data through two participation surveys in northern Alberta and
$6.1 million to acquire 174 net square kilometres of 3D data through two
participation surveys in west-central Alberta.

Liquidity, Capital Resources and Capital Requirements

At December 31, 2006 the working capital position of Pulse, including the
current portion of long-term debt of $8.0 million, was $5.7 million, compared
to $17.5 million at December 31, 2005. During the year, Pulse utilized working
capital for seismic data purchases ($36.9 million), a participation survey
($6.7 million), long-term debt repayment ($11.8 million) and dividends, net of
the Dividend Reinvestment Program proceeds ($6.8 million). The current portion
of long-term debt increased by $1.9 million at December 31, 2006 over
December 31, 2005 due to additional bank term debt of $25 million undertaken
to finance the $32.5 million fourth quarter seismic data purchase.

With the continued trend of strong seismic data sales, Pulse management
expects that its funds from operations will be sufficient to finance
operations, service debt, and continue to pay dividends and carry out the
budgeted capital expenditures through 2007. The ongoing growth in the
Company's seismic data library continues to position Pulse as a leading
provider of valuable seismic data to industry participants well into the
future. Historical data sales analysis shows that most seismic data retains
its value for many years. Utilizing the recent technological advancements in
data reprocessing, the Company's clients are able to enhance the quality of
older data in the library.



PULSE DATA INC.
Consolidated Balance Sheets
December 31, 2006 and 2005
(In thousands of dollars)
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2006 2005
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Assets

Current assets:
Cash and cash equivalents $ 2,549 $ 11,012
Accounts receivable 18,406 20,249
Prepaid expenses 362 315
Work in progress 1,098 993
Assets of discontinued operations - 1,750
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22,415 34,319

Long-term receivable - 800
Data libraries 101,039 80,256
Participation surveys in progress - 192
Property and equipment 5,179 13,665
Investments 351 432
Deferred charges 610 218

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$ 129,594 $ 129,882
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Liabilities and Shareholders' Equity

Current liabilities:
Accounts payable and accrued liabilities $ 4,944 $ 6,700
Deferred revenue 3,786 3,848
Current portion of long-term debt 8,004 6,068
Liabilities of discontinued operations - 200
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16,734 16,816

Long-term debt 31,996 20,772

Future income taxes 5,507 9,862

Shareholders' equity:
Share capital 54,887 51,808
Contributed surplus 1,305 1,079
Retained earnings 19,165 29,545
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75,357 82,432

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$ 129,594 $ 129,882
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PULSE DATA INC.
Consolidated Statements of Operations and Retained Earnings

Years ended December 31, 2006 and 2005
(In thousands of dollars, except per share data)
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2006 2005
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Revenue $ 44,641 $ 53,137

Operating expenses:
Amortization of data libraries 22,750 21,536
Operating 10,677 9,497
Depreciation and amortization 10,707 2,615
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44,134 33,648

General and administrative expenses 7,037 6,571
Research and development expenses 974 1,169

Gain on sale of assets 1,100 -

Interest:
Long-term debt 1,714 1,300
Other (461) (288)
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1,253 1,012

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Earnings (loss) from continuing operations
before income taxes (7,657) 10,737

Income taxes:
Current 1,302 349
Future (reduction) (4,460) 3,688
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(3,158) 4,037

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Net earnings (loss) from continuing operations $ (4,499) $ 6,700

Earnings (loss) from discontinued operations,
net of income taxes 1,209 (212)
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Net earnings (loss) (3,290) 6,488

Retained earnings, beginning of year $ 29,545 $ 26,527

Dividends paid (7,090) (3,470)
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Retained earnings, end of year $ 19,165 $ 29,545
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Earnings (loss) per share from continuing
operations,
basic $ (0.10) $ 0.15
diluted $ (0.10) $ 0.14

Earnings (loss) per share, basic and diluted $ (0.07) $ 0.14
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PULSE DATA INC.
Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows

Years ended December 31, 2006 and 2005
(In thousands of dollars)
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2006 2005
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Cash provided by (used in):

Operations:
Net earnings $ (3,290) $ 6,488
Items not involving cash:
Amortization of data libraries 22,750 21,536
Depreciation and amortization 10,735 2,693
Unrealized gain (loss) on foreign exchange 13 (107)
Future income taxes (4,352) 3,574
Stock-based compensation 997 813
Gain on sale of assets (1,100) -
Gain on sale of subsidiary (1,323) -
Amortization of deferred charges 78 20
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24,508 35,017

Net change in non-cash working capital items
related to operations 4,143 (4,157)
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28,651 30,860
Financing:
Long-term debt 25,000 15,439
Repayment of long-term debt (11,840) (5,464)
Issue of share capital 1,993 893
Dividends paid - net (6,775) (3,269)
Increase in deferred charges (470) (145)
Proceeds from sale of subsidiary 1,714 -
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9,622 7,454
Investing:
Additions to data libraries through
participation surveys (6,696) (11,559)
Seismic data purchases (36,850) (15,225)
(Increase) decrease in participation surveys
in progress 192 (190)
Proceeds from sale of seismic data 1,000 -
Proceeds from sale of investments 194 235
Additions to property and equipment (2,221) (1,510)
Net change in non-cash working capital items
related to investing (3,252) (1,983)
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(47,633) (30,232)

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Increase (decrease) in cash position (9,360) 8,082

Cash and cash equivalents, beginning of year 11,909 3,827

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Cash and cash equivalents, end of year $ 2,549 $ 11,909
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During the year the Corporation paid interest of $ 2,038,000 (2005 -
$1,284,000) and received interest of $784,000 (2005 - $137,000). During the
year the Corporation paid income taxes of $364,000 (2005 - $177,000).


Segment Information

Years ended December 31, 2006 and 2005
(Tabular amounts in thousands of dollars)

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Year ended Seismic Corporate
December 31, 2006 Data LiDAR and Other Total
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Revenue
Data library sales $ 34,214 $ - $ - $ 34,214
Participation surveys 3,058 - - 3,058
LiDAR - 7,889 - 7,889
Corporate and other - - (520) (520)
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Total revenue 37,272 7,889 (520) 44,641
Amortization 22,574 176 - 22,750
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Segment profit (loss),
before undernoted 14,698 7,713 (520) 21,891

Operating expenses 3,843 6,834 - 10,677
General and
administrative expense - 1,404 5,633 7,037
Depreciation - 10,344 363 10,707
Research and development
expense - 974 - 974
Interest expense - 147 1,106 1,253

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Earnings (loss) before
income taxes $ 10,855 $ (11,990) $ (7,622) $ (8,757)
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Total assets $ 116,022 $ 8,369 $ 5,203 $ 129,594
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Capital expenditures $ 43,354 $ 2,087 $ 128 $ 45,569
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Year ended Seismic Corporate
December 31, 2005 Data LiDAR and Other Total
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Revenue
Data library sales $ 34,905 $ - $ - $ 34,905
Participation surveys 10,006 - - 10,006
LiDAR - 8,452 - 8,452
Corporate and other - - (226) (226)
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Total revenue 44,911 8,452 (226) 53,137
Amortization 21,360 176 - 21,536
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Segment profit (loss),
before undernoted 23,551 8,276 (226) 31,601

Operating expenses 3,399 6,306 (208) 9,497
General and
administrative expense - 1,850 4,721 6,571
Depreciation - 2,325 290 2,615
Research and development
expense - 1,169 - 1,169
Interest expense - 3 1,009 1012

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Earnings (loss) before
income taxes $ 20,152 $ (3,377) $ (6,038) $ 10,737
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Total assets $ 109,562 $ 17,006 $ 1,564 $ 128,132
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Capital expenditures $ 26,974 $ 567 $ 927 $ 28,468
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Three months ended December 31, 2006 and 2005
(Tabular amounts in thousands of dollars)

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Three months ended Seismic Corporate
December 31, 2006 Data LiDAR and Other Total
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Revenue
Data library sales $ 10,506 $ - $ - $ 10,506
Participation surveys - - - -
LiDAR - 2,268 - 2,268
Corporate and other - - (362) (362)
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Total revenue 10,506 2,268 (362) 12,412
Amortization 5,587 44 - 5,631
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Segment profit (loss),
before undernoted 4,919 2,224 (362) 6,781

Operating expenses 929 2,321 113 3,363
General and
administrative expenses - 265 1,423 1,688
Depreciation - 215 94 309
Research and development
expenses - 258 - 258
Interest expense - 144 258 402

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Earnings (loss) before
income taxes $ 3,990 $ (979) $ (2,250) $ 761
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Total assets $ 116,022 $ 8,369 $ 5,203 $ 129,594
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Capital expenditures $ 32,626 $ 245 $ 14 $ 32,885
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Three months ended Seismic Corporate
December 31, 2005 Data LiDAR and Other Total
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Revenue
Data library sales $ 12,439 $ - $ - $ 12,439
Participation surveys 4,368 - - 4,368
LiDAR - 1,963 - 1,963
Corporate and other - - (54) (54)
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Total revenue 16,807 1,963 (54) 18,716
Amortization 6,735 44 - 6,779
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Segment profit (loss),
before undernoted 10,072 1,919 (54) 11,937

Operating expenses 1,026 1,580 (183) 2,423
General and
administrative expenses - 500 1,481 1,981
Depreciation - 590 80 670
Research and development
expenses - 333 - 333
Interest expense - - 215 215

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Earnings (loss) before
income taxes $ 9,046 $ (1,084) $ (1,647) $ 6,315
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Total assets $ 109,562 $ 17,006 $ 1,564 $ 128,132
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Capital expenditures $ 6,260 $ 98 $ 40 $ 6,398
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OUTLOOK

The Company has a positive outlook for seismic licensing sales activity,
revenue, operating margins and free cash flow for 2007. Forecasting agencies
and associations are generally calling for weaker and volatile commodity
prices (especially for natural gas) and lower levels of oil and natural gas
industry field activity in 2007. However, the seismic sub-sector is driven by
somewhat different dynamics than those driving the drilling sub-sector.
Seismic activity, representing a relatively small proportion of oil and
natural gas producers' capital spending, remains an important component of
future success regardless of current commodity prices and therefore tends to
be less volatile than commodity prices. Tighter capital budgets may motivate
exploration companies to seek licensed data rather than shoot new, proprietary
data, which is more costly. The declines in drilling levels forecast for 2007
are expected to be weighted towards shallow natural gas and coalbed methane
wells. Exploration drilling, which is more heavily dependent on seismic
interpretation (and, hence, on obtaining access to raw data), is not forecast
to decline as much, if at all. These factors bode well for Pulse's overall
activity levels as well as the pricing of licensed seismic data for 2007.

Accordingly, the Company remains optimistic concerning its business
prospects for 2007. To date Pulse has experienced solid licensing activity and
revenue. The Foothills Data Set acquired in November 2006 is generating
significant levels of interest in licensing. Pulse has experienced a
satisfactory stream of data sales to date in 2007. This has enabled the
Company to maintain a strong working capital position and position itself to
act on growth opportunities that may occur in 2007. With the continued trend
of strong seismic data sales Pulse management expects that its funds from
operations will be sufficient to finance operations, service debt, and
continue to pay dividends and carry out the budgeted capital expenditures
through 2007.

On March 6, 2007 Pulse announced that it had initiated a process to
evaluate strategic alternatives for Terrapoint. Pulse is taking this step to
allow Pulse to focus on its core seismic business. We foresee strong growth
potential in our seismic business, which will require substantial capital
investment and sustained focus and commitment on the management team's part.
We also believe the right strategic alternative for Terrapoint will enhance
its opportunity for success.

CORPORATE PROFILE

Pulse is a Calgary-based company with two operating units: Pulse Seismic
which specializes in acquiring, marketing and licensing seismic data to the
western Canadian energy sector, and Terrapoint which focuses on acquisitions
and processing of digital elevation and image data (also referred to as LiDAR)
to diverse markets. Through these two operating units, Pulse Seismic and
Terrapoint, the Company has evolved into an industry leader providing Better
Information Faster™.

Pulse trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol PSD.

Certain information contained herein may constitute forward-looking
statements under applicable securities laws. Such statements are subject to
known or unknown risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results to
differ materially from those anticipated or implied in the forward-looking
statements. Investors are encouraged to review "Risk Factors" in the 2006 MD&A
for a discussion of risks that could affect the Company's operations and
financial results. Forward-looking statements are based upon management's
assumptions, expectations and estimates at the time that such statements are
made. Pulse does not update forward-looking statements should circumstances
change or management's assumptions, expectations or estimates change, except
as required by securities laws.

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