Shearwater GeoServices Holding AS has been awarded a high-density multiazimuth 3-D seismic acquisition contract over the SNE field offshore Senegal on May 21 by Woodside Energy (Senegal) BV in its capacity as operator of the SNE field development joint venture.
The contract covers the Sangomar, Sangomar Deep and Rufisque offshore blocks, which include the SNE discovery.
The work, designed as high density and multiazimuth survey, will be acquired by the Polar Marquis using 14 streamers, and Flexisource triple source. Starting in early third-quarter 2019, the survey will take approximately 90 days to complete.
“We are pleased to see the award by Woodside of this complex multi-azimuth triple source contract over these significant Senegal discoveries,” Irene Waage Basili, the CEO of Shearwater GeoServices, said. “The award reflects our capabilities as a full-service geophysical service provider and the Polar Marquis’ excellent record operating offshore Africa.”
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