The cordless 'green seismic' technology is connected via wireless systems, in lieu of cables, so the technology does not require special heavy machinery to install them.
Andrew Lewis and Bruce Karr, Fairfield Geotechnologies, USA, consider the emerging role of multi-client seismic data in unconventional asset development and exploration.
The survey extends Hammerfest Basin coverage further west and north into the southern Loppa High, with first data available in 4Q20.
The company will carry out the Brazil Nebula survey extension for CGG and a 3D scope for Oil India lasting 1.5 months, starting in 3Q20.
The Torngat survey covers approximately 3300 km2 and sits within Labrador Sea’s southern sedimentary basins, where frontier exploration has already successfully identified hydrocarbons.
The agreement between the two companies includes the reprocessing and imaging of over 5000 miles2 of multi-client seismic data.
The project is in support of the country's ongoing licence round, expected to close in the first half of 2021.
Gabon’s Directorate General of Hydrocarbons and PGS have expanded the Gabon MegaSurvey coverage, significantly increasing access to 3D seismic over the 35 blocks on offer as part of the country's offshore licensing round.