Polarcus Awarded Broadband 3D Project in Myanmar

Polarcus Limited announced Monday that it has been awarded a 3D marine seismic project offshore Myanmar, from Shell Myanmar Energy PTE Ltd.

The new project is currently expected to start during the fourth quarter of 2015. Earlier this month, Polarcus announced that it had been awarded 3D marine seismic projects in Australia and Brazil. On July 29, 2015, Polarcus was awarded a similar project offshore West Africa.

Commenting on the latest award, Polarcus Chief Operating Officer Duncan Eley said in a company statement:

"With this award from a returning customer, the company continues to strengthen an already strong backlog and capture significant market share in a challenging business environment." 



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