Tagged: seismic

Seismic results from Lofoten and Vesterålen

In a new report presenting analyses of catch data from Lofoten and Vesterålen in the summer of 2008, the Institute of Marine Research concludes that, with the exception of gillnet fishing for saithe and...

StatoilHydro and Tierra Announce Joint Technology Project

StatoilHydro and Tierra Geophysical announced Oct. 13 that they have signed a contract for joint development of seismic imaging software technology. The seismic imaging software is expected to improve StatoilHydro’s ability to assess exploration and...

Research Project: Startle Behavior in Fish

Representatives of the Institute of Marine Research and the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate met in Stavanger on Tuesday, 25 August for a briefing about the progress of the consequential research project “Startle Behaviour in Fish”,...

RXT wins seismic contract in Norway

The multi-component seismic company Reservoir Exploration Technology ASA (RXT) has been awarded a contract in Norway. The survey duration is estimated to three weeks. The survey will be acquired with RXT’s operation RXT4 –...

NPD seismic in northern Norway completed

On Sunday, August 2, the seismic data acquisition by the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) in Troms II, northwest of Senja, was completed. Acquisition will continue for a few more days in Nordland VII in...

Fishermen split over Lofoten seismic activity

  Norwegian fishermen are split over the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate’s acquisition of seismic data which will start off Lofoten next week. Many are opposed to the survey, claiming it is harmful to the fisheries. They say they...

SCAN lines up more South American work

  OSLO, NORWAY: SCAN Geophysical ASA has signed a Letter of Intent for a 3D seismic operation in the South American region using multi-purpose 3D vessel M/V SCAN Stigandi. The 3D work includes operations with a...

Greenhouse store staying sealed

New seismic data from the Utsira formation in the North Sea indicate that the carbon dioxide being pumped into it is not leaking out, but is spreading through the structure as expected, reports StatoilHydro....

ODIM awarded seismic contract worth NOK 21 million

ODIM, with headquarter in Hareid, Møre and Romsdal has been awarded a NOK 21 million (US $2.9 million) contract by an unnamed customer for the delivery of a seismic handling solution. The system, due for...