Searcher commences 40,000km of multi-client onshore reprocessing
20 Jun 2012
Searcher Seismic is pleased to announce the commencement of a major onshore multi-client reprocessing initiative in the Canning basin, Australia.
Upon completion, the Onshore Canning Super-TieTM Reprocessing Project will tie in excess of 60 wells and comprise of approximately 40,000km of high quality reprocessed seismic data.
The Onshore Canning Basin has been generating increasing levels of interest recently due to a combination of conventional exploration success and recognition of huge unconventional resource potential in the basin.
Recent bid rounds and acreage uptake reflect this trend and have been highly contested with increasingly aggressive work program commitments required to secure acreage.
Due to the sheer size of the project a multi phased approached has been implemented and we are pleased to announce that phase 1 has now commenced with priority lines expected to be delivered to participating companies in Q4 2012.
Searcher is uniquely placed to tackle such a large project having a recently completed over 80,000km of Super-TieTM reprocessing offshore Australia.
The Super-TieTM product line is renowned for being of the highest quality and by incorporating a host of additional products has proven to be the 2D seismic exploration tool of choice for many operators both large and small.
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