SeaBird gets Caribbean work

OE Staff
Friday, February 24, 2017

SeaBird Exploration has signed an agreement to provide a 2D seismic vessel for an upcoming survey in the Caribbean. The project is anticipated to commence in the second half of March and will have a duration of approximately one month. SeaBird will be using the Harrier Explorer for the project.

Harrier Explorer joined the SeaBird fleet after being converted to 2D-Source vessel in Netherlands in 2007.

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