Working for multi-client geoscience knowledge firm, TGS, Fugro continues the hunt for hydrocarbon seeps, this time offshore Brazil. Two trendy, purpose-built vessels – Fugro Brasilis and Fugro Searcher – have been deployed to amass high-resolution multi-beam echosounder and sub-bottom profiler knowledge within the Campos and Santos basins. The survey is designed to reflect TGS’s profitable 2016-2017 Gigante and Otos tasks within the Gulf of Mexico by which Fugro supplied comparable providers. Covering an space of roughly 200,000 km2, Fugro will use these knowledge to determine and advocate probably the most potential areas to focus on for geochemical sampling.
Fugro has reported elevated confidence in figuring out seabed expressions of hydrocarbon seeps and this has led to continued vigorous demand for its mixed multi-beam mapping and floor geochemistry sampling providers. “Integrating our high-resolution trendy multi-beam techniques with our professional interpreters enhances the providers we offer for our shoppers,” explains Jim Gharib, Fugro’s international product supervisor for seep searching and geochemical campaigns.
“We have been working in Brazil for greater than 20 years, offering all kinds of geotechnical, survey, subsea and geoscience providers, principally for the deepwater oil and fuel business,” he added. For virtually 20 years Fugro has been on the forefront of recent marine seep-hunting operations within the power sector and has led the market in built-in multi-beam and geochemical coring campaigns.
Project deliverables can be utilized by power firms to assist optimize and refine their exploration and growth actions on this prolific area.
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