Searcher Seismic Commences Papua New Guinea Data Acquisition Program
Seismic data specialist Searcher Seismic announced Wednesday that the acquisition of the 6,835 mile Hahonua 2D Seismic Survey in Papua New Guinea has commenced.
This new acquisition, in partnership with BGP, increases Searcher's total seismic data library in the region to over 43,000 miles. In addition, Searcher and Gardline have initiated a multi-beam and coring survey, the Davaria Geochemical Survey, covering the entire Gulf of Papua to identify and analyze hydrocarbon seeps.
“Papua New Guinea continues to be an area of high interest for our clients and these two new projects, when combined with our existing coverage, will provide a unique and comprehensive exploration tool for the entire offshore Gulf of Papua”, said Rachel Masters, global sales manager for Searcher Seismic.
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