Hyperdynamics updates Guinea 2D survey

Hyperdynamics has acquired 1,200 km (746 mi) of a planned 9,000-km (5,592-mi) 2D seismic survey, offshore Republic of Guinea.

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SUGAR LAND, Texas -- Hyperdynamics has acquired 1,200 km (746 mi) of a planned 9,000-km (5,592-mi) 2D seismic survey, offshore Republic of Guinea.

The company is partially processing data onboard Bergen Oilfield Services' seismic vessel BOS Arctic. Processing will be completed at Bergen's center in Oslo, Norway.

“The quality of the data we are getting from our survey is excellent,” says Ray Leonard, Hyperdynamics' president and CEO. “It is proving very helpful to us as we prepare to select the 36% acreage portion, approximately 28,800 sq km (11,120 sq mi), that we plan to retain”

The survey, which began Oct. 29, is scheduled for completion in mid-January, 2010.

11/13/2009

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