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Magseis Fairfield awarded small size OBN contract in North Sea

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Magseis Fairfield has been awarded a small size Ocean Bottom Node (OBN) contract in the North Sea for a multi-client company.

The survey will be executed during 3Q21 using approximately 500 MASS nodes.

“This survey is operationally and strategically a meaningful project for us. Using a new deployment technique we are able to propose a cost effective solution to our client. This further demonstrates the value of our technology and we will continue to offer this on other hybrid surveys in the future.” said CEO, Carel Hooijkaas.


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