Polarcus wraps up seismic survey over Chariot’s Brazilian licences

Polarcus Alima; Image: Polarcus
Polarcus Alima; Image: Polarcus

Chariot Oil & Gas, the Atlantic margins focused oil and gas exploration company, informed on Thursday that offshore geophysical company Polarcus has completed the 3D survey over the oil company’s blocks located offshore Brazil. 

Polarcus completed the 3D seismic acquisition survey covering Chariot’s 100% operated BAR-M-292, BAR-M-293, BAR-M-313 and BAR-M-314 licences in the Barreirinhas basin.

The seismic company announced that the survey started on March 10, 2016 using the Polarcus A-Class 3D seismic vessel, Polarcus Alima.

This survey was comprised of approximately 785km² of data targeting a number of leads that had been identified on 2D legacy data.

According to Chariot, the data will now be processed and then interpreted in-house.

The survey done for Chariot was the first of a series of three Polarcus’ seismic projects the company is undertaking offshore Brazil.

Offshore Energy Today Staff

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