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Sercel launches new acoustic marine source for seismic acquisition in sensitive areas

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Sercel has announced the launch of Bluepulse, a marine acoustic source designed to help protect marine wildlife from high-frequency emissions, while maintaining highly accurate and reliable results for seismic acquisition.

Bluepulse is compatible with all existing peripherals. Existing G-Source and G-Source II units can be upgraded with Bluepulse technology, saving customers up to 40% on the cost of fleet conversions.

The new units offer available range options in three different casings, 22 different volumes and with two frequency limits (100 Hz and 200 Hz) to comply with regulatory environmental standards and restrictions. The source array can thus be configured and customised to meet exacting survey requirements.

Emmanuelle Dubu, Sercel CEO, said: “Bluepulse is a perfect example of our continued commitment to providing high-quality data combined with the highest level of environmental responsibility. The ability to upgrade existing units and the wide variety of options also offers the highest flexibility for marine surveys all over the world.”

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