‘Polarcus Nadia’ Mobilized for Fedynsky 3D Survey

Polarcus, in collaboration with Russia’s Dalmorneftegeophysica (“DMNG”), has been mobilized for the 3,000 sq. km high-density broadband Fedynsky 3D survey in the Russian Barents Sea.

Polarcus Nadia departed Kirkenes, Norway, on 07 June for the project area.

Polarcus is a pure play marine geophysical company with a pioneering environmental agenda, specializing in high-end towed streamer data acquisition from Pole to Pole. Polarcus operates a fleet of high performance 3D seismic vessels incorporating an innovative design and advanced maritime technologies for improved safety and efficiency. Polarcus offers contract seismic surveys and multi-client projects worldwide and employs over 500 professionals. The Company’s principal office is in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Dalmorneftegeophysica provides an extensive range of worldwide geophysical services for the petroleum industry including surveys planning, data acquisition, processing, interpretation and hydrocarbon resource evaluation. The company has three modern 2D/3D vessels and possesses Russia’s largest processing centre.

June 09, 2014; Image: Polarcus

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