Zanzibar airborne 3D survey to take in transition zones
RakGas has commissioned Bell Geospace to acquire about 15,000 line km (9,320 mi) of airborne survey data over Zanzibar, including transition zones.
Results will assist RakGas’ understanding of the complex sub-surface geology beneath these areas ahead of planned exploration.
The scope covers 3D full tensor gradiometry data acquisition and subsequent processing/interpretative services.
Flights were due to start on Tuesday from Abeid Karume International Airport in Zanzibar, using a Basler BT-67 flying at low altitude.