Spectrum starts Croatian seismic

Norway-based multi-client seismic services firm Spectrum is to acquire 2D seismic offshore Croatia ahead of the country’s latest licensing round.

Spectrum will acquire the seismic data using Cyprus-based Seabird Exploration. Seabird will acquire about 12,000km of long-offset seismic data, said Spectrum.

The survey will cover both the northern and southern parts of the Croatian Adriatic Sea. It will also connect with Spectrum's reprocessed seismic data covering the Italian Adriatic.

Acquisition will complete acquisition in Q4 2013, with processed products available by the end of Q1 2014.

It follows an agreement with Croatia’s Ministry of the Economy last month (July) for the rights to acquire multi-client 2D seismic data off the country’s coast.

The Government of Croatia plans to hold a licensing round over the country's offshore continental shelf in 2014, says Spectrum.

Image: INA's Ivana A/K platforms, offshore Croatia. 

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