SeaBird to source seismic vessel for survey in South America

SeaBird Exploration, a provider of marine acquisition for 2D/3D and 4D seismic data, has signed an agreement to provide a source vessel for an upcoming survey in South America.

According to SeaBird’s Oslo Stock Exchange filing on Tuesday, the project is anticipated to start during the third quarter and will have a duration of approximately 60 days.

The company will be using the Osprey Explorer for the project. No further details were revealed about the project.

The 1985-built Osprey Explorer joined SeaBird’s fleet in August 2006 after being converted to 2D long offset/source vessel in Poland.

Back in late May, SeaBird signed a letter of award for some additional work in West Africa with the Osprey Explorer vessel.

Offshore Energy Today Staff

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