SeaBird wins OBN project work in Asia Pacific region

Voyager Explorer; Source: SeaBird

Marine acquisition provider SeaBird Exploration has received a letter of award to provide a source vessel for an upcoming OBN project in the Asia Pacific region.

The project is anticipated to start during the fourth quarter and will have a duration of one to two months, SeaBird said on Monday.

SeaBird added it would be using the Voyager Explorer vessel for the project.

In recent company news, SeaBird was awarded a contract to acquire 2D seismic data in the Australasia region. The survey is due to start during 4Q 2019 and is estimated to run for approximately three to four months plus mobilization.

The company will be using the Nordic Explorer vessel for this work.


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