FairfieldNodal to provide transition zone data acquisition nodes

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – FairfieldNodal has sold 4,000 of its new Z100 nodes designed for 4C data acquisition on transition zones. The node can record for 30 days in water depths of 0 to 300 m (984 ft).

FairfieldNodal has said the nodes can be used with other land and marine acquisition systems for seamless data integration from land to deeper waters.

The purchaser was not identified.


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