The technology, known as Harmony, provides seismic surveys with enhanced low frequencies enabling better decisions for exploration, development, and carbon storage monitoring applications.
Bluepulse is designed to help protect marine wildlife from high-frequency emissions while maintaining highly accurate and reliable results for seismic acquisition.
The survey comprises a 2-month 4D monitor survey in the Louro-Mostarda Development areas of Block 32.
The newly acquired data provides 3D data coverage to complement the existing 2D grid, enhancing geological and geophysical insights to explorers offshore Newfoundland.
Ramform Tethys is scheduled to commence acquisition during 4Q21, and it is planned to complete in 1Q22.
A Rystad Energy report shows that the seismic fleet’s hibernation is now over, as vessel utilisation has recovered to pre-Covid-19 levels in 3Q21.
Lasting nearly 2 months, the approximately 890 km2 survey for Beach Energy will be conducted by the Geo Coral.
The project, for an unnamed company, will commence in early October 2021 and last approximately 1 month.