TGS Partners with Apparition Geoservices

(OE) TGS announced a collaboration agreement with Apparition Geoservices to jointly provide integrated, encoded simultaneous source acquisition solutions to drive the next level of efficiency in seismic surveys. During the agreement term of four years, TGS and Apparition will collaborate through joint research, development and testing to fully commercialize Apparition technology in ocean bottom node,... Continue Reading →

TGS joins forces with Apparition on a mission to boost seismic survey efficiency

With corporate headquarters in Norway and operational headquarters in the U.S., TGS is actively working on scaling up the efficiency of seismic surveys. To this end, the energy data and intelligence provider is pooling resources with Apparition Geoservices GmbH, thanks to a new long-term collaboration agreement. The exclusive four-year collaboration agreement enables TGS and Apparition... Continue Reading →

Operators ramping up AUV/ROV efforts offshore

(OM) A vast majority of operators and developers are investing in autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) and remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) as they seek to optimize production, decrease emissions and enhance safety during operations. In a recent interview with Offshore, Oceaneering’s senior vice president of business development and chief commercial officer, Earl Childress, said, “Remote operations are continuously evolving... Continue Reading →

Sole remaining block off Uruguay goes to Isle of Man-based oil & gas firm

(OET) Challenger Energy Group (CEG), the Isle of Man-headquartered oil and gas company focused on the Caribbean and Americas, has been awarded the last remaining available shallow water exploration block located off Uruguay. Other offshore exploration licenses are held by energy majors, including Shell, Apache and YPF, the Argentinian national oil company. After Challenger Energy submitted a bid... Continue Reading →

PXGEO Awarded 3D OBN Project in Brazil

Marine geophysical company PXGEO on Friday announced it has secured a contract with Petrobras for a 3D ocean bottom node (OBN) survey in the Campos Basin, Brazil. The survey is to be acquired in water depths of 2,300 meters with a duration of approximately 10 months, the company said.

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