Gardline-CGG bags deal

Singapore-based Gardline CGG Pte Ltd., a joint venture between Gardline Geosurvey and CGG, recently announced that the company has been awarded the Rocket 2D Phase 1 multi-client marine broadband seismic survey offshore Western Australia by Norway's Spectrum ASA under a master service agreement signed in October 2014 between the two companies. M/V Duke will start acquisition next week on completion of its current workscope.

The multi-client project, named Rocket and encompassing up to 6213 line miles of 2D seismic, will be conducted in two phases between now and June. M/V Duke will complete the 2734 line miles of Phase 1 within the next 6 weeks.

Rocket is Spectrum’s first acquisition project in Australia and Gardline CGG is honoured to have been selected as the seismic contractor.


Edited from various sources by Joe Green

Published on 23/01/2015


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