Schlumberger has announced the availability of its multiclient seismic survey data offshore Mozambique.
The Schlumberger multiclient seismic data offered in collaboration with the National Petroleum Institute of Mozambique (INP) includes reprocessed 2D lines and newly acquired seismic data, and, according to the company, provides detailed imaging of the subsurface.
“The recent discoveries and regional appraisals in the area indicate significant frontier exploration potential,” said Maurice Nessim, president, PetroTechnical Services, Schlumberger. “By combining multidisciplinary expertise for advanced attribute analysis and high quality acquisition technology, the data can provide valuable insights in this geologically complex area including illumination of the profile of structures and identification of faults.”
More than 110,000 km of exclusive 2D seismic data—the most extensive data library of offshore Mozambique, Schumberger says—are available for licensing, including more than 36,000 km of recently acquired long-offset 2D data using the ObliQ* sliding-notch broadband acquisition and imaging technique.
The Schlumberger multiclient data are available in all offshore blocks offered in the Mozambique 5th Licensing Round issued by INP.