WGP completes mobilisation for PRM survey over Statoil’s Snorre field

The Board of Thalassa has announced that WGP Group has completed mobilisation for the first 2014 permanent reservoir monitoring survey over the Snorre field in the North Sea. The first good shot point has been achieved and production is underway.

Statoil’s D-PMSSTM unit has been mobilised on the M/V Siem Sailor, the O.H. Meling & Co AS operated platform supply vessel, which will be used for the duration of the survey programme.

This first survey is expected to conclude in June 2014. This is expected to be followed by the first survey over the Grane field, starting by 1 September 2014, and the second survey over the Snorre field, starting by 1 October 2014.

Thalassa’s Chairman, Duncan Soukup, commented:
“The successful mobilisation of this year’s first PRM survey and achieving the first good shot point are significant steps in the provision of services to Statoil, which have been successfully reached thanks to the professionalism and hard work of our team.”

Press Release, June 16, 2014

 

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