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PGS will start acquisition of a large 3-D GeoStreamer survey in the Barents Sea in partnership with TGS in late May 2018, PGS said May 29.
Sri Lanka will sign agreements with French oil and gas major Total and a subsidiary of U.S. firm Schlumberger for a seismic study off its east coast to evaluate any prospective oil resources, a top official said May 4.
Some of the world’s most prolific basins were discussed at a recent conference.
The basin continues to gain attention following the historic Zama and Amoca discoveries in 2017, which came about 40 years after the game-changing Cantarell supergiant oil field find.
OMV is ramping up its geological survey work in Austria with a view to increasing its market share, which currently stands at about 10%, the company said Jan. 29.
Of the company’s $3 billion of pretax charges for fourth-quarter 2017, more than $1.1 billion was related to WesternGeco seismic restructuring.
An earthquake Jan. 8 prompted operator NAM to propose halting production at six points at Groningen and lowering its overall production.
The project will comprise acquisition of a 10,000-km 2-D long-offset broadband multiclient seismic survey, according to a news release. The project will integrate all legacy seismic and non-seismic data.
The company, which leads a consortium that includes Mexican state oil firm Pemex and Japan’s Inpex, won the rights to deepwater Block 3 at auction late last year.
Africa Oil Corp. said on Nov. 13 it has entered into a strategic partnership with Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas Ltd. for exploration in West Africa and Guyana.
Tethys Oil has been selected to receive an onshore exploration license covering the southwestern part of Oman towards the border of Saudi Arabia.
CGG to deploy Falcon Full Spectrum solution to acquire about 28,000 line km (about 17,398 miles) of gravity gradient data.