The survey is expected to commence in December 2014 and will take about 60 days to complete.
Electromagnetic Geoservices ASA (EMGS) has entered a data licensing agreement with an oil company worth $7.1 million for the provision of 3-D EM data from EMGS' multiclient data library in the Barents Sea, a news release said.
Technip, Europe’s largest oil engineer, plans to expand the range of service it offers energy companies after a bid to buy French seismic surveyor CGG failed.
WHL Energy Ltd. provided an update regarding the early interpretation of the Junon 3-D seismic dataset acquired within its offshore Seychelles project area.
EMGS has been awarded a contract from BG Group worth about $27 million for 3-D EM data acquisition in Uruguay.
EMGS and TGS have agreed to acquire 3-D EM data over about 10 new blocks in the Nordkapp and Tiddly areas.
An anticipated drop in exploration spending has prompted Schlumberger to restructure its WesternGeco marine seismic fleet to lower the company’s operating costs.
The new acquisition program will infill Spectrum’s survey acquired in 2013 and cover open, ultradeepwater acreage in the Oriental del Plata and Pelotas basins.
The survey was executed by PGS Geophysical Ltd. using its high resolution GeoStreamer technology.
Ongoing interpretation of 2-D seismic data on Kenya Block 11A has revealed the presence of several viable leads.
Neon Energy Ltd. has awarded a contract to CGG Services Ltd. for licensing of 200 sq km of new broadband 3-D seismic data over the WA-503-P offshore petroleum exploration permit.
Searcher Seismic in cooperation with BGP has won a major multiclient campaign consisting of three separate surveys.