Searcher Seismic reports on Kehu 2D Basin-Tie seismic survey

Searcher Seismic, in collaboration with GNS Science, has announced the Kehu 2D Basin-Tie seismic survey.

May 2nd, 2014

Offshore staff

WEST PERTH, Western AustraliaSearcher Seismic, in collaboration with GNS Science, has announced the Kehu 2D Basin-Tie seismic survey.

The Basin-Tie project consists of 26,200 km (16,280 mi) of long offset non-exclusive 2D seismic data linking the major hydrocarbon basins ofNew Zealand, to offer for the first time a regional high-quality broadband seismic survey to comprehensively evaluate the tectono-stratigraphic framework of the large sunken continent.

The Kehu 2D Basin-Tie survey will provide the first opportunity to apply a consistent, modern seismic data set to understanding the nature and extent of the various offshore basins and their relationships to each other in the complex tectonic environment that characterizes New Zealand.

05/01/2014

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