Shearwater to reprocess Barents 2D

OE Staff
Monday, April 10, 2017

The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) awarded Shearwater GeoServices the reprocessing of 2D seismic data in the Barents Sea.

The reprocessing is of two projects to be run in parallel, including approximately 6000km of pre-stack time migration reprocessing and 2500km of shallow target and data analysis of 2D seismic data in Barents Sea North.

“These contracts represent continuation of processing work and a strong relationship with the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate since 2013, which has seen our geophysicists process over 36,000km of 2D seismic data from the Barents Sea regions for the NPD,” says Simon Telfer, VP Processing & Imaging at Shearwater GeoServices. “In addition, the processing of many other 2D and 3D surveys from offshore Norway has given our geophysicists vast experience processing data from the Barents Sea and Norwegian Continental Shelf environments.” 

Categories: Geoscience Europe Geophysics Geology Seismic

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