Equinor’s asset teams analyse the 4D seismic images delivered by CGG’s imaging experts within days of acquisition in order to optimise production management and recovery from the Johan Sverdrup, Snorre and Grane fields in the Norwegian North Sea.
Peter Whiting, EVP, Geoscience, CGG, said: “This contract renewal recognizes the unparalleled experience CGG has gained over the last decade as the industry’s preferred imaging partner for major offshore PRM projects. This imaging center is an excellent example of the market-leading dedicated seismic imaging solutions and in-house technical excellence we deliver to clients worldwide.”
The extended PRM imaging contract will run from 1 January 2022 until 31 December 2024.
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