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Seabed Geosolutions awarded two 4D OBN surveys in Brazil

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Seabed Geosolutions secured a contract for a baseline 4D ocean bottom node (OBN) survey as well as a future 4D monitor OBN survey in Brazil for Petrobras, both covering the Sapinhoa Shared Reservoir in the Santos Basin.

The baseline survey will use the Subsea Viking, equipped with Manta® nodes deployed by remotely operated vehicles, as well as a marine source vessel. The survey is to be acquired in water depths greater than 2200 m and is scheduled to commence in 2Q21. The total combined duration of the two surveys is estimated around eight months.

Stephan Midenet, CEO of Seabed Geosolutions commented: “We are delighted to again partner with Petrobras for another high profile deepwater OBN survey in Brazil. We are honoured by the renewed confidence expressed by Petrobras for what will be our sixth project in Brazil, a core OBN market. We are confident that our proprietary OBN technology, coupled with our extensive expertise in Brazil, will again aid in illuminating Petrobras objectives with superior data quality needed to meet their development goals.”


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