Spectrum starts additional 3D seismic offshore Lebanon in Levantine basin

Spectrum has started another multi-client 3D seismic survey offshore Lebanon in the Levantine basin, ahead of the planned licensing round scheduled for this November.

Sepctrum 3D seismic survey area off Lebanon
Sepctrum 3D seismic survey area off Lebanon

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – Spectrum has started another multi-client 3D seismic survey offshore Lebanon in the Levantine basin, ahead of the planned licensing round scheduled for this November.

This new survey covers approximately 2,200 sq km (849 sq mi) and acquisition will be by Polarcus using its 12-streamer vesselAdira.

The survey covers both the northern part of the Levantine basin and the basin margins and is directly north of Spectrum's recent 3,052 sq km (1,178 sq mi) multi-client3D survey that was acquired last year.

New survey lines fall within licensing blocks 1, 3, 5, and 6 of the first Lebanese offshore licensing round as announced by the Lebanese government in the official round opening on April 30.

Acquisition is under way and is scheduled to finish early June with a fasttrack product available by mid July 2013. The final processed product will be available by the end of August.

5/1/13

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