SeaBird books 2D work in North West Europe

Osprey Explorer

SeaBird Exploration has signed an agreement to supply one 2D vessel for an upcoming survey in North West Europe during this coming summer season.

According to a statement on Friday by the provider of marine acquisition for 2D/3D and 4D seismic data, the project is due to start early in the third quarter of 2016.

While SeaBird did reveal the survey would run for approximately 2 months, the company was hesitant in revealing any further details regarding the name of the client and the vessel and the value of the deal.

SeaBird signed a similar agreement in May this year for the provision of 1985-built vessel Osprey Explorer for the North West Europe survey that was scheduled to start during the second quarter.

SeaBird has a fleet of six 2D vessels, and one 2D/3D shallow water vessel. The company last year stacked one of its 2D survey vessels, the Munin Explorer, due to cost cuts amid weak demand for seismic services caused by a drop in oil prices.

Offshore Energy Today Staff

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