Sercel launches shallow water nodal seismic system
Published by Nicholas Woodroof,
Compact and lightweight, GPR300 features Sercel’s QuietSeis® broadband digital sensor technology for ultra-quiet performance and digital fidelity. Its ability to record high-fidelity low-frequency signal also makes it suitable for high-end seismic imaging with full-waveform inversion (FWI). In addition, its omni-tilt sensor package corrects for node inclination on the seabed, ensuring accurate 3C recording.
Emmanuelle Dubu, Sercel CEO, said: “We are delighted to launch a seabed nodal solution dedicated to the shallow water seismic acquisition market. With its innovative and flexible design, our game-changing GPR300 meets growing industry demand for high-quality seismic data for reservoir optimisation. Furthermore, with the addition of this new nodal solution, Sercel is unique in being able to offer to the market a complete portfolio of products – from sources to receivers – that enables any operator to acquire the best-in-class low-frequency data for the latest seismic imaging technologies.”
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