‘HYSY721’ seismic vessel delivered to COSL

China Oilfield Services Limited has informed that its newly-built 12-streamer seismic vessel “HYSY721” has been successfully delivered in Shanghai.


HYSY721, the second major seismic vessel invested by COSL, is capable of driving 12 streamers, each of 8,000 meters in length, for seismic research.

According to COSL, the vessel is capable of high-density seismic data acquisition at a maximum intensity of up to 3000 PSI.

Equipped with the new generation seismic data collection system, an integrated navigation system, a lateral streamer control system, a complete geophysical mechanical remote control system and an advanced diesel-electric propulsion system, HYSY721 is able to deliver high efficiency and premium seismic data collection quality at lower fuel consumption, more steady and quieter operation, COSL says.

HYSY721 will be put into operation after completion of tests for its geophysics equipment.

 

 

Press Release, August 15, 2014

 

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