Harriet Explorer to resume Barbados seismic survey

Offshore staff

LIMASSOL, Cyprus -- SeaBird Exploration has contracted the seismic acquisition vessel Harrier Explorer to MultiClient Geophysical.

The vessel will work offshore Barbados to complete a multi-client survey started in 2012. Estimated duration is 30 days with an option to extend by around 25 days.

Total value, including options, is $5.7 million.

3/15/2013

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