Sercel awarded seismic equipment contract in North Africa
Published by Nicholas Woodroof,
It includes a 508XT acquisition system with 100 000 QuietSeis® digital sensors and a fleet of 20 Nomad 90 Neo broadband vibrator trucks. The equipment is expected to be delivered in 4Q21.
Emmanuelle Dubu, Sercel CEO, said: “We are grateful to all our customers who have placed their trust in our state-of-the-art solutions, and we are proud to accompany them in what is truly a paradigm shift in generating, recording and managing the data required for precision imaging. This is perfectly illustrated by this new award: the combination of the QuietSeis digital MEMS sensor and the Nomad 90 Neo vibrator source is the winning combination for 21st century broadband seismic.”
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