Sanco Sword achieves day rate ‘record’ for seismic acquisition offshore Myanmar

Offshore staff

OSLO, NorwayDolphin claims to have mobilized the “world’s largest floating object” off the coast of Myanmar.

The contractor deployed a seismic spread of 12 streamers, each 7,050 m (23,130 ft) long with 150 m (492 ft) streamer separation for Ophir Energy.

This equipment configuration has a moving width of 1,850 m (6,069 ft) and the seismic spread covers a total area of around 12 sq km (4.6 sq mi).

Bjarne Stavenes, vice president technical, said: “Ophir Energy challenged the industry to provide a cost efficient solution to acquire their large 10,000-sq km [3,861-sq mi] survey in Myanmar. Dolphin responded by offering this ultra-wide towing solution.

“After a swift mobilization, Dolphin’s Sanco Sword is now in steady production with acquisition of about 150 sq km [58 sq mi] in a single day. This is believed to be a world record for our industry.”

In addition, Dolphin is supplying a fasttrack on-board processing system powered by its proprietary OpenCPS software. The company’s processing office in Singapore will deliver the resultant pre-stack time migrated SHarp Broadband dataset.

03/26/2015

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