SeaBird to keep ‘Voyager Explorer’ busy with new seismic survey

SeaBird Exploration, a global provider of marine acquisition, has signed a letter of intent to conduct a shallow water 3D seismic survey in the West Africa region.

The project is anticipated to start during the first half of 2018 and will have a duration of approximately two months, SeaBird said in an Oslo Stock Exchange filing on Thursday.

The company added it will be using the Voyager Explorer vessel for the project.

The Voyager Explorer, built in 2005 and rebuilt a year later, joined SeaBird’s fleet in August 2011. The vessel was designed for shallow water operation world wide. It is 67.81 meters long with a 16 meter beam.

Offshore Energy Today Staff

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