June 22, 2021 NCS Admin

4D P-Cable UHR Monitor Survey in Gulf of Mexico

Houston, Texas (June 22, 2021)

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.

The survey involves acquiring seismic data using the company’s differentiated P-Cable XR system, which sets the industry standard for repeatable UHR 3D and 4D marine seismic acquisition. The P-Cable ultrahigh resolution recording system uses proprietary navigation and seismic acquisition technologies in providing extremely detailed images of geology at and beneath the sea floor. This 4D seismic program will improve the client’s understanding of reservoir production performance and provide data to assist with further development of their asset.

“We are delighted to be awarded the latest 4D monitor project for this multi-year reservoir monitoring campaign, “ said CEO Larry Scott. “The project will be the 4th P-Cable UHR seismic survey over this field. We look forward to delivering data with excellent signal to noise characteristics for even the deepest reservoir targets, that are over 2.5 kilometers below the mudline. Given the ability of P-Cable to safely acquire targeted seismic data over both injector wells and producing wells in close proximity to oilfield infrastructure, we see this application as a tremendous growth opportunity for NCS SubSea.”

About NCS SubSea

NCS SubSea is a premier global provider of navigation, positioning and ultrahigh resolution (UHR) 2D/3D/4D marine seismic services to the Offshore E&P, Renewables, Construction and Carbon Capture, and Storage industries.

NCS SubSea provides precise, reliable data to their client’s for the purpose of reducing risk and making informed, timely decisions. Focused on quality, safety, reliability, efficiency, timeliness, cost-effectiveness, and environmental stewardship, NCS SubSea leads their industry in providing products and services that meet or exceed client expectations.

Contact NCS SubSea today to learn more about this UHR monitor survey or how P-Cable can support your next project.