NCS SubSea has been awarded a 4D P-Cable Ultrahigh Resolution (UHR) monitor survey in the deep-water US Gulf of Mexico. The survey is planned to start in Q3 2021 and have a duration of approximately 45 days.
Our crew prepared a multi-channel marine seismic data acquisition system for shipment to the Gulf of Mexico for an upcoming geohazard survey. To gain efficiencies during mobilization and demobilization, our technical team engineered multiple units for containerization.
Our client, a major international E&P company, needed to develop a low-cost methodology for routinely performing 4D time-lapse seismic monitoring of deep-water oil fields in the US Gulf of Mexico that are being produced by water injection.
The P-Cable XR Solid Digitizer features 24-bit A/D conversion for maximum signal fidelity and wide bandwidth recording to support offshore petroleum, windfarm, construction, engineering and sub-bottom profiling applications.
Offshore Wind Farms (OWF) are a vital and rapidly growing component of the global move towards a renewable energy future. NCS SubSea, working in collaboration with industry-leading geophysical and geotechnical partners, is playing a leading role in defining that future.
Advanced Seismic Solutions and New Exploration Concepts
The ongoing need for improved resolution has had a profound impact on the marine seismic industry over the past decade. For both streamer and ocean bottom techniques, several innovative broadband techniques have been developed to extend the bandwidth and improve the resolution of marine seismic data through a combination of acquisition and processing technologies.
Detecting and analyzing the shallow geo-hazards in the Gulf of Mexico has long been an industry-wide challenge. These hazards directly impact safety and the environment during drilling and completion. The economics of this impact are significant and cannot be ignored.
Dense Arrays of Short Streamers for UHR 3D Seismic Imaging
Ultrahigh-resolution 3D (UHR3D) seismic systems employing a dense array of short streamers represent a significant advancement in the field of marine seismic data acquisition and are an appropriate choice for many near-surface survey applications.
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