Dolphin hired for large survey in Australia

Dolphin Geophysical has been awarded a contract from TGS for Nerites Season 2 located in the Bight’s deep water Ceduna Sub-basin in Australia, covering 13.000 sq.km.

The initial Season 1 was carried out by Polar Duchess and she will return together with a second Dolphin high-capacity vessel in Q4 2014 or Q1 2015 to complete this record large program with an estimated duration of 9 vessel months.

“I’m very pleased that Dolphin has been awarded this record contract in a seismic market that appears to be more competitive and selective. This and other recent awards demonstrate that Dolphin has an asset base and organisation that makes us a preferred contractor on large surveys requiring powerful solutions” commented, Atle Jacobsen, Dolphin Group’s CEO.

 

Press Release, July 31, 2014

 

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