Magseis Fairfield Gets Gulf of Mexico LOA

September 2, 2020

Rem Saltire - Credit:Neil C McBride/MarineTraffic
Rem Saltire - Credit:Neil C McBride/MarineTraffic

Marine seismic data acquisition company Magseis Fairfield has received a conditional Letter of Award from an undisclosed multiclient company for a four-month Ocean Bottom Node (OBN) survey in the Gulf of Mexico.

"The survey is anticipated to start in the beginning of April 2021, and further extends the backlog for Magseis Fairfield’s ZXPLR crew on the REM Saltire [vessel]," Magseis Fairfield said.

“Our ZXPLR crew in the Gulf of Mexico has been working continuously since first deploying the ZXPLR node technology in Q4 2017 and we are glad to see a repeat customer now adding further to our backlog for 2021,” says CEO Carel Hooijkaas in Magseis Fairfield.

The LOA is subject to certain conditions, including that the client obtains the required survey permits, management approvals, and sufficient pre-funding, the company said.

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