Dolphin to use two 3D seismic survey vessels in South America projects

The high capacity 3D vessels of Dolphin Geophysical continue to build solid contract back-log in South America, with the award of an additional new 3D seismic contract with a duration in excess of 70 days.

Dolphin will be utilising two vessels to cover the increased demand and recent awards in South America. The surveys will be started with Sanco Swift in May and joined by Polar Duke for operations in third and fourth quarter of 2014.

Atle Jacobsen, CEO Dolphin said: “Dolphin has succeeded expanding globally into new regions. We are pleased to see the increased demand for our new high-capacity 3D seismic vessels and for Dolphin to secure continuous long term backlog in new targeted regions like South America.”

 

Press Release, March 24, 2014

 

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