SeaBird lands Gulf of Mexico work

Osprey Explorer / Image source: SeaBird
Osprey Explorer / Image source: SeaBird

Norwegian seismic player SeaBird Exploration has secured an offshore survey contract in the Gulf of Mexico.

SeaBird said the contract was for source work in the US Gulf of Mexico with a repeat customer. The survey has an expected duration of 40 – 60 days and will begin in mid-May 2019.

The Osprey Explorer vessel, which recently completed an OBN-survey for another customer, will perform the work. SeaBird did not say who the client for the new Gulf of Mexico contract was.

As for the Osprey Explorer vessel, it joined the fleet August 2006 after being converted to 2D Long offset/source vessel in Poland. According to MarineTraffic, the vessel is currently moored in Galveston, Texas.

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