PGS seismic vessel Ramform Tethys is about to begin a 3D multi-client survey offshore East Shetland, in UKCS waters.
Production will begin this week and the primary knowledge ought to be out there in Q3 2020.
The seismic will cowl each frontier and mature areas to allow the interpretation of the inner reflectors of the primary Brent Group reservoir stage.
The survey goals to disclose remnant components alongside the main fault between the East Shetland Platform and East Shetland Basin.
The dataset ought to allow derisking of the much less examined Upper Jurassic Intra-Draupne sandstone analog of the Home and Magnus sandstones.
Early seismic knowledge outcomes will likely be out in Q3 and full integrity depth volumes will even be out there in 2021.
Gunhild Myhr VP New Ventures Europe at PGS mentioned:
“This space was a well-liked choose within the UK 31st spherical and the survey is our first within the northern hemisphere this season. We will likely be heading to the Barents Sea afterward.
“We have applied a variety of COVID-19 screening, social distancing, and hygiene precautions onboard and for on-signing crew.”
Built by MHI in Japan, Ramform Tethys joined the PGS fleet IN March 2016.
In regular working mode, the vessel pulls 16 streamers, although it’s able to towing 24 streamers if required.
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