Magseis Fairfield has been awarded an Ocean Bottom Node survey within the Gulf of Mexico for a Multi-Client firm. The period of the survey is roughly 4 (four) months and will likely be executed in 2021 utilizing our ZXPLR deepwater ocean backside node expertise.
“This challenge is one more affirmation that our shoppers proceed to see clear worth in acquiring top quality OBN information to guage current and new licenses within the Gulf of Mexico. This contract demonstrates that the Gulf of Mexico continues to be a core space for our companies and represents a really significant addition to our 2021 backlog”, says CEO, Carel Hooijkaas.
With ZXPLR expertise, Magseis Fairfield simplifies node administration, upkeep and stock even additional. This hybrid system is appropriate for each deep and shallow water by way of both passive-rope or ROV deployment. In deepwater purposes, High-Speed Loader (HSL) capability is elevated, using mid-water docking and lively heave controls on HSL and ROV methods. In shallow-water operations, hands-free rope connection/disconnection and automatic retrieval/deployment provide better security and effectivity.
(Source: Margseis Fairfield)
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