Electromagnetic Geoservices (EMGS) has entered a data licensing agreement with an oil company for the provision of 3-D EM data related to the 23rd licensing round in the Barents Sea, EMGS said in a news release.

The company also plans to undertake airborne gravity and magnetic surveys in the Udan Emas Block.

The Binh Minh 2 vessel has completed the program in the SS-11 exploration block.

The new acquisition program has been designed to complement the newly acquired Geoscience Australia research survey in the Houtman Basin. 

Industry cooperative pushes pressure prediction, life-of-field seismic in its latest projects.

When completed, PuntlandSPAN will deliver more than 7,600 km (4,722 miles) of pre-stack depth-migrated data to help gain a better understanding of both the architecture of the sedimentary basins and the hydrocarbon potential of this margin, according to ION.

Seismic acquisition has now commenced on the major new Polarcus Capreolus 3-D multiclient project.

CGG has completed processing of the Bade FALCON airborne gravity gradiometer multiclient survey it recently conducted within the Papua Foreland Basin.

Two of the key players on the GoM’s conventional shallow-water shelf have shown there’s plenty of life in the play yet.

The agreement is for the provision of 3-D EM data from a portion of EMGS' multiclient data library in Foz do Amazonas in Brazil.

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. 

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