Geology & Geophysics: Australia & New Zealand

Dolphin extends North Carnarvon basin 3D seismic coverage

Dolphin’s Sanco Swift vessel will soon start acquiring a 15,000-sq km (5,791-sq mi) 3D SHarp broadband multi-client survey over the North Carnarvon basin offshore Western Australia.

Carnarvon updates offshore Australia seismic work status

Carnarvon Petroleum has completed about 60% of its planned 5,100-sq km (1,969-sq mi) Capreolus MC3D multi-client seismic survey. 

Spectrum snaps up Fugro's data library

Fugro has signed an agreement to divest its multi-client data library to Spectrum ASA for $115 million in cash consideration. 

MEO Australia accepts two permit renewal offers

MEO Australia Ltd. has accepted an offer from the National Offshore Petroleum Titles Aministrator to renew the AC/P50 and AC/P51 exploration permits for a further five years.

Pushing ahead to explore Australia's last offshore frontier

Exploration drilling is set to recommence this year in South Australia's Great Australian Bight with companies such as BP, Statoil, Chevron, Bight Petroleum, Santos, and Murphy Oil committing more than $5 billion to explore the region.

Mubadala looks to build on Malida discoveries offshore Thailand

Tap Oil has issued an update on exploration plans for some of its concessions offshore Thailand and Western Australia.

Todd looks to tie in Te Kiri North offshore New Zealand

Cue Energy has issued an update in its offshore E&P programs in Australasia.

Gardline CGG completes offshore infill survey for Geoscience Australia

Gardline CGG has completed a 2D infill seismic survey for Geoscience Australia in the Gippsland basin.

IPB gets program variation approval for offshore Australia

IPB Petroleum has reached the secondary term of its WA-424-P exploration permit offshore Australia in the Browse basin, receiving approval for a variation on the work program.

Woodside analyzing data from frontier seismic campaigns

Woodside Petroleum has issued an update on its international exploration programs.

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