Fairfield Nodal dives into Trinidad survey work

Fairfield Nodal has been hired by an unnamed client to carry out a marine seismic data program offshore Trinidad.

The company on Monday said it would deploy its Z700 Ocean Bottom Node for the “large” acquisition in late October 2017.

According to Fairfield Nodal, the acquisition is expected to take four months. The company did no reveal the name of the client nor the value of the contract.

“FairfieldNodal’s Z700 data acquisition system is ideally suited to meet the tough environmental conditions in this region that make OBC [Ocean Bottom Cable] or streamer surveys risky. The Z700’s simplified deployment and retrieval process make navigating the difficult currents less difficult,” Fairfield said about its Z700 system.

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