SeaBird pens LoI for OBN survey. Harrier Explorer, Osprey Explorer vessels selected for the job

Seismic player SeaBird Exploration has received a letter of intent for an ocean bottom node seismic survey.

The company said it would provide two source vessels for the OBN seismic survey to be carried out in the Americas region.

SeaBird did not reveal the identity of the client whom it just described as “a repeat client.” SeaBird said it would be using the Harrier Explorer and Osprey Explorer vessels for the project

The OBN survey is expected to start in the first quarter of 2019 with an expected combined duration of three to four vessel months. No financial details have been shared.

Per recent 2Q 2018 presentation by SeaBird, the Osprey Explorer mobilized during the quarter for a new OBN source project in the US Gulf of Mexico with operations expected to start late Q3,- somewhat delayed due to the technical upgrade of the source equipment. As for the Harrier Explorer, it mobilized for projects on the NCS during the second quarter, ahead of a 2D project start-up.

Offshore Energy Today Staff

 

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