Shearwater unveils seismic source technology for deeper imaging

Norwegian seismic exploration company Shearwater GeoServices has unveiled a new seismic source technology for enhanced subsurface characterization known as Harmony. The technology provides seismic surveys with enhanced low frequencies enabling better decisions for exploration, development, and carbon storage monitoring applications, Shearwater said. According to the company, Harmony has multiple applications, as it provides deeper seismic... Continue Reading →

USA Adds 10 More Rigs

(Rigzone) The United States has added 10 rigs week on week, according to Baker Hughes latest rotary rig count, which was released on October 15. The ten rigs added week on week comprised nine land rigs and one offshore rig. The total U.S. rig count now stands at 543, comprising 529 land rigs, 12 offshore... Continue Reading →

Petrobras charters Subsea 7 pipelay trio

Subsea 7 has secured long-term day-rate contracts with Petrobras for the pipelay support vessels (PLSV) Seven Waves, Seven Rio and Seven Sun. Seven Waves will commence the new contract in the first quarter of 2022, Seven Rio in the second quarter of 2022 and Seven Sun in the third quarter of 2022. Each contract comprises a firm three-year period... Continue Reading →

Shearwater scores offshore South Africa

Norwegian seismic exploration company Shearwater GeoServices has secured a contract to carry out a “major” 3D seismic exploration survey offshore South Africa. The survey will be acquired by the Amazon Warrier and will cover more than 6,000 sqkm of 3D seismic data. The project is planned to last for approximately four months. According to Shearwater, the Amazon class... Continue Reading →

Esgian: Seadrill’s Fleet Value Plunges

(OE/Hans Jacob Bassoe ) Earlier this year, Seadrill filed for chapter 11 for the second time since 2017 and on Monday it announced that more than 88% of the secured lenders accepted the reorganization plan. At the end of October, Seadrill’s plan will be delivered to the court and, if confirmed, it could exit chapter 11... Continue Reading →

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