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Geology & Geophysics: US & Gulf of Mexico

Shell turns on Cardamom’s taps in the Gulf of Mexico

Shell turned on the taps at its Cardamom development in the Gulf of Mexico – the second major deepwater facility the company has brought online in the GoM this year.

TGS, FairfieldNodal to cooperate on surveys over US GoM shelf

TGS has agreed on a multi-year collaboration agreement with FairfieldNodal to develop, plan, and execute multi-client Full Azimuth Nodal (FAN) seismic surveys across a substantial area within the US Gulf of Mexico shelf region. 

 

TGS to acquire 2D survey in US Gulf of Mexico

TGS announces the acquisition of Snipe Phase 52, a new long-offset 2D multi-client survey in the ultra-deepwater of the central US Gulf of Mexico.

BOEM extends time for comments on next five-year lease plan

The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has extended until Aug. 15 the public comment period for the Request for Information and Comments on the Preparation of the 2017-2022 Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Oil and Gas Leasing Program.

Hess updates offshore operations

Hess Corp. recently reported operational highlights for 2Q 2014.

CGG releases data from Deux GoM seismic survey

CGG has released the Fast Trax processed data from its Deux multi-client survey covering 357 blocks in the US Gulf of Mexico.

PEMEX awards multi-year seismic data processing contract to ION

ION Geophysical Corp. reports that its GX Technology (GXT) group has won a multi-year contract with PEMEX. GXT is providing a range of seismic data processing for multiple offshore and onshore surveys over the next three years.

Solving the problem of fuzzy geohazards

The high deposition rates in the Gulf of Mexico have created substantial drilling problems related to shallow water fow and high-pressure situations. New technologies and processes are being implemented that can mitigate risks associated with these and other near surface geohazards.

EMGS secures additional funding for EM survey in US GoM

EMGS has received additional pre-funding for the ongoing Daybreak 3D multi-client electromagnetic survey in the Alaminos Canyon protraction of the US Gulf of Mexico.

 

Tricon Geophysics adds Paradigm software

Tricon Geophysics Inc.has added to its Paradigm software. In addition to expanded access to Paradigm’s core software offerings, Tricon will leverage the Paradigm EarthStudy 360 full-azimuth angle domain imaging and analysis system to offer its clients asset-targeted seismic imaging and reservoir characterization services for subsalt and shale resource plays.

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