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PGS extending Geostreamer 3D coverage in Norway’s Vøring Basin

Dec. 5, 2023
PGS plans a further Geostreamer 3D seismic survey next year over the Outer Vøring Basin in the Norwegian Sea, providing an extension to data acquired earlier this year.
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Seven sections from three 2D surveys over the Inez and Hanstholm fields are included in the 2D feasibility study, carried out in cooperation with GEUS. A larger project planned for 2024 will enable regional CCS screening.
Energy Transition

PGS updates North Sea CCS study, Trinidad and Tobago bid round support

Oct. 31, 2023
Results will soon be ready from a 2D feasibility study in Danish waters launched earlier this year, to support the ongoing screening and characterization of potential CCS sites...
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Namibia Map

Pancontinental applies for offshore Namibia license extension

Oct. 27, 2023
Pancontinental Energy, as operator of the PEL 87 offshore Namibia, has applied to the country’s Ministry of Mines and Energy to formally approve entry of the permit entering into...
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PGS completes North Sea Poseidon 3D survey for Aker BP

Oct. 26, 2023
PGS’ Ramform Atlas has completed acquiring a 3D seismic survey over the Poseidon CCS license EXL005.
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Holnsøy seascape in June 2023: HNET consortium members gather around a geophone station that is part of the HNAR onshore array monitoring the subsurface microseismic activity in the future CO2 storage area.

CGG supporting latest phase of Northern Lights seismic impacts study

Oct. 25, 2023
CGG has joined Phase 3 of the HNET Horda Platform Region project to monitor background seismicity at the Northern Lights CO2 storage project in the Norwegian North Sea.
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CGG says its growing client base in a number of high-tech sectors, such as life sciences, will benefit from the new UK hub’s specialist computing capabilities through outcome-driven solutions.
Equipment Engineering

CGG boosts computing capacity with UK center

Oct. 19, 2023
CGG has opened its new UK High-Performance Computing hub in southeast England, with an initial capacity of 100 petaflops.