Modern, high quality data will be acquired over part of the West Sulawesi Fold Belt, which was largely unknown prior to TGS-NOPEC commencing work in the area.
The new dataset will enable petroleum explorers to better define the geological history of the area, which has already attracted significant interest from the global exploration community. The area covered by CM-04 is likely to be offered in a bid round by the Indonesian Government during the second half of 2005.
The TGS-NOPEC non-exclusive seismic database in the Straits of Makassar will total in excess of 25,000 kilometers of 2D data upon conclusion of the survey.
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