CGG announced today phase two of its multi-client 3D survey in the Northern North Sea, which will expand on the phase one acquisition initiated in 2020 to add a second azimuth over CGG’s existing Northern Viking Graben (NVG) multi-client 3D survey and extend coverage into the UKCS. The survey is supported by industry pre-funding.
The North West Shelf of Australia is a prolific hydrocarbon province hosting significant volumes of hydrocarbons, primarily derived from Jurassic and Cretaceous targets. A new regional, integrated geoscience study has been undertaken by CGG to develop new insights into the paleogeography and petroleum systems of Late Permian to Triassic successions which have historically been underexplored in favour of Jurassic to Cretaceous targets. This comprehensive analysis from a paleogeographic and petroleum system perspective provides a basin evaluation tool for Triassic prospectivity.
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