Shearwater GeoServices and ONGC partner for Cauvery Basin survey

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Shearwater GeoServices Holding AS (Shearwater), a global leader in marine geoscience and technology, has announced its latest partnership with Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC), embarking on a survey project in the Cauvery Basin off the east coast of India. The project, set to commence in early 2024, aims to cover an extensive area of 4,600 km² in the Bay of Bengal, deploying the SW Empress vessel to spearhead the survey operations. This initiative underscores Shearwater’s commitment to supporting the energy sector with advanced exploration technologies and secure access to energy resources.

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Irene Waage Basili, CEO of Shearwater, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration, highlighting the company’s longstanding relationship and proven track record in India. “We look forward to working with ONGC on another project, which underscores our solid relationship and track record in India. It reflects our mutual dedication to advancing exploration with precision and care,” she stated. This project not only reinforces Shearwater’s position in the industry but also reflects a mutual dedication towards enhancing exploration efforts with high precision and responsibility.

Shearwater GeoServices Secures Contract with ONGC for Cauvery Basin Survey Project

Shearwater GeoServices Secures Contract with ONGC for Cauvery Basin Survey Project

Shearwater, headquartered in Bergen, Norway, operates on a global scale, leveraging cutting-edge seismic vessels, equipment, and proprietary software to deliver unparalleled seabed exploration data. With around 1,200 employees worldwide, the company is at the forefront of facilitating the responsible utilization of Earth’s resources through its innovative geoscience and technology solutions.

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Earlier this month, Shearwater also highlighted its selection for a Ocean Bottom Node (OBN) survey by ONGC, marking a significant milestone in seismic exploration off the coast of India. This six-month venture is set to showcase the capabilities of Shearwater’s Pearl node technology aboard the SW Tasman vessel, which is optimized for advanced seismic source and dual ROV operations. The integration of Pearl node technology with the SW Tasman vessel not only boosts the efficiency and quality of surveys but also opens new avenues for collecting seismic data in deepwater territories previously considered inaccessible.

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