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FairfieldNodal expands multi-client library in Delaware Basin

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FairfieldNodal has completed acquisition of an additional 347 square miles of multi-client 3D data in Eddy County, New Mexico.  The new surveys – DB4A (237 square miles) and DB4A West (110 square miles) – enhance the company’s ongoing Delaware Basin Regional Imaging Project. Since 2011, FairfieldNodal’s Data Licensing Division has acquired more than 2500 square miles of high-quality, long offset and wide azimuth nodal data in the Delaware Basin.

In addition to the DB4A and DB4A West projects, FairfieldNodal recently completed acquisition of Barilla Draw, a 400 square mile converted wave survey near the city of Pecos in Reeves County, Texas. With extensive Delaware Basin processing experience, FairfieldNodal provides additional product options that include azimuthal velocity analysis and pre-stack depth migration for all multi-client surveys.

Adapted from a press release by David Bizley

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