With 16 streamers capacity and eight gun strings the vessel has been designed to meet the growing demand for high density 4D seismic data and the need for wide-azimuth and multi-azimuth data acquisition.
Built with the future in mind, the vessel also incorporates design elements that will allow it to accommodate new advances in acquisition technology and to provide techniques such as under-/over streamers and source configurations.
The 106m long and 26.6m wide 3D seismic vessel will be the fourth Wavefield Inseis high capacity 3D vessel. With a maximum speed of 16 knots and a large streamer capacity, the Geowave Endeavour is destined to make a very significant impact in the market, which demands more efficient delivery of large high density seismic data in order to meet the imaging challenges of the E&P industry.
"The Geowave Endeavour is, in accordance, with our strategy to become a global full service geophysical company, offering some of the most high performance vessels in the world" said CEO Atle Jacobsen, "This vessel will be our Flag Ship within a highly efficient and flexible seismic fleet."
Wavefield Inseis is a Norwegian company providing a range of proprietary and non-exclusive multi-client marine geophysical services using highly specified vessels and the latest seismic equipment. From its main offices in Oslo, Bergen and London, Wavefield Inseis has a global reach, with activities in the Americas, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia.
Wavefield Inseis' range of services includes long offset 2D, high capacity 3D, 4D, Multi-azimuth and Wide-azimuth data acquired with highly specified vessels and the latest seismic equipment. The company is also a full service permanent 4D acquisition provider and will, through a number of strategic alliances, bring new technologies to market to further accelerate and de-risk the replenishment of its clients' reserves.
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