The seismic programme has identified a number of new leads for the project in Queensland, Australia.
CGG will perform high-end time and depth imaging of massive volumes of very high-spec data from what is believed to be the world’s largest ocean-bottom node (OBN) seismic survey to date.
Due to continued client interest, the second phase of GrandSPAN has now more than doubled in size from last year’s expectation to nearly 11 000 km.
The agreement between Güralp and Sonardyne was announced at the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers conference in London, UK, yesterday.
The two companies are to form a strategic partnership for marine seismic acquisition services and the creation of a new streamer technology company.
Acquisition of CGG’s 9800 km long-offset broadband 2D multi-client seismic survey in the highly prospective Gabon South Basin has been completed.