Maud basin 3D seismic data now available

Offshore staff

OSLO, Norway – The 3D SHarp Broadband seismic data over a 23rd Round block on the flank of the Maud basin, south of the Wisting discovery, in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea is now available from Dolphin Geophysical Multi-Client.

The joint venture survey by Dolphin and Searcher Seismic is fully processed at 2 ms in an effort to enhance imaging of shallow structure. Possible targets noted by Dolphin are in structural highs and range from a shallow Jurassic section down though the Snadd, Kobbe, and Klappmyss into Permian carbonates.

Dolphin Geophysical’s newest vessel, the Polar Empress, recently acquired a 3D extension west of the existing Maud survey, south of the Svalis dome.



3D SHarp Broadband seismic data in the Maud basin
(Courtesy Dolphin Geophysical)

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