Benthic, a worldwide geosciences firm, has been awarded a contract by Woodside for an offshore geotechnical investigation within the North Carnarvon Basin, offshore Western Australia. The contract consists of the availability of geotechnical providers required by Woodside to analyze geohazard dangers within the area of the Pluto escarpment, geophysical interpretation and soil testing for engineering parameters alongside the pipeline route, and soil sampling and testing for engineering parameters in assist of the infield facility, constructions, and drilling. Benthic’s PROD2 (Portable Remotely Operated Drill) working from the MMA Valour, will carry out in-situ testing and sampling in water depths as much as 1,400 meters. The 55-day marketing campaign is predicted to start in January 2019 and attain completion by finish of March. Chris Howerter, Vice President of Operations said, “Benthic’s gear was particularly designed to gather top quality soils from this area. Our venture groups’ expertise working within the space leaves us very assured the marketing campaign will probably be accomplished to Woodside’s full satisfaction. We are more than happy to be working with Woodside on one other venture within the area.”
Benthic, based mostly in Houston, is a worldwide chief in offshore marine geotechnical investigation, survey, evaluation and design. The Company’s proprietary PROD expertise has prepared the ground in top quality, ultra-shallow and ultra-deep water web site investigations, with capabilities in water depths starting from 0m to three,000m plus. (Source: Benthic)
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