EMGS gets LoI for 3D EM survey in Asia

Electromagnetic Geoservices ASA (EMGS) has received a letter of intent worth USD 7.0 million from an oil company for 3D EM data acquisition in Thailand and Myanmar.

This is the first time we operate for this customer and also the first time we operate in Thailand and we are of course pleased to demonstrate the value of our EM technology to this company,” says Giles Denby, President Eastern Hemisphere of EMGS.

The survey will be done using the vessel BOA Thalassa and is expected to start directly after the ongoing survey in Malaysia is completed.

BOA Thalassa is a purpose-built 3D EM vessel with the capacity to carry 200 receivers. It is equipped with parallel source systems, including winches, cranes and hydraulic feeds.

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