M/V Duke Prepares for Houtman 2D Seismic Survey
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Gardline CGG Pte Ltd has been selected by Geoscience Australia to acquire the Houtman 2D broadband marine seismic survey in the Perth Basin.
M/V Duke is currently transiting to Western Australia following the completion of the BRAHSS project in Queensland.
The survey will cover up to 4,800 line kilometres in the Houtman sub-basin here a “gap” in seismic datasets coverage has been identified by Geoscience Australia. The project is expected to start in mid-November and will have an estimated duration of 42 days.
“Gardline CGG is delighted to work once again with Geoscience Australia to help advance the understanding of petroleum systems along the Australian coast,” the Company wrote in a press release.
Gardline CGG (GCGG) is a Joint Venture between Gardline Geosurvey and CGG; GCGG is incorporated in Singapore.