SeaBird’s seismic vessel gets 2D work

Seismic data provider SeaBird Exploration has signed a letter of award for 2D work in Northwestern Europe for an undisclosed client, subject to contract.

SeaBird said on Monday that the project is due to start in the third quarter of this year and will have a duration of approximately two to three weeks.

The company will be using the Harrier Explorer vessel for the project.

Originally built in 1979, the Harrier Explorer joined SeaBird’s fleet after being converted to 2D-source vessel in Netherlands in 2007. The vessel is designed for worldwide operation.

The seismic data provider last week released a debt restructuring proposal that would set it free from some $30 million in debt.

Also last week, the company signed a letter of award for additional work in West Africa with the Osprey Explorer vessel.

Offshore Energy Today Staff

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