The survey, for an unnamed client, will acquire over 6000 km2 of 3D seismic data and be acquired by the Amazon Warrior. The project is planned to last approximately 4 months.
The Amazon class vessels are seismic acquisition vessels designed from the ground up with the customer in mind. The vessels provide a stable platform for seismic acquisition in challenging seas and are ideally suited to conditions offshore South Africa.
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