MultiClient Geophysical to shoot seismic over Hoop area, Barents Sea

MultiClient Geophysical ASA (MCG) will conduct a Super High-Resolution multi-client 2D MC2D seismic survey in the Hoop area, Barents Sea.

 

The survey will provide oil companies with critical, detailed information for the prospect evaluations of the shallow Jurassic and Triassic prospects. The Super High-Resolution survey is approximately 5600 km, and covers most of the blocks included in the public hearing for the 23rd licensing round in the Hoop area.

MCG says that the project has good funding from oil companies, and will be conducted in cooperation with Exploro AS.
MCG has contracted Gardline Geosurvey to perform the  survey, which is expected to start in May 2014 and  last for approximately two months.
Press Release, April 08, 2014

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