In the past six years, CGG has successfully delivered land, marine, transition zone, OBC and high-density OBN seismic imaging results at the BSP centre.
This survey is adjacent to the Capreolus Phase 1 survey acquired in 2015 by Polarcus and purchased by TGS in 2018.
The seven-figure contract, sees Polaris purchasing a 13 000-node system from innovative land STRYDE. The system will be used to acquire high-density subsurface data to enable cost-effective and efficient oil and gas exploration in Africa.
CGG will apply its unique high-end OBS & FWI imaging technologies, expertise and specialised HPC from its UK and Cairo imaging centres to deliver the highest-quality 3D seismic images of pre-Messinian targets.
CGG has announced that Sercel, its Sensing & Monitoring division, was selected as the successful bidder for the acquisition of ION Geophysical Corporation’s software business.
Under the terms of the contract, CGG will continue to provide its proven reservoir characterisation workflows, such as geostatistical, 4D and azimuthal inversion, while also bringing new state-of-the-art technologies to Brazil to further enhance reservoir understanding.
This project will see the reprocessing of 3500 square km of data in the Greater Catcher Area covering quads 21, 28, and 29 of the North Sea on the margins of the UK Central Graben.
The contract calls for the supply of a Seal 428 recording system, including Sentinel streamers, a Nautilus streamer positioning system, and G-Source II high-performance impulsive sources.
The paper describes how a combination of machine learning and rock physics helped leverage legacy seismic and well data for the characterisation of a carbonate geothermal reservoir located in the Dogger Formation northeast of Paris, France.
The company has signed an agreement to reprocess over 5100 km2 of 3D seismic data over Blocks 8 & 9 in the offshore Liberia basin.