Searcher Seismic said it has completed acquisition of the Buscador Near-Shore 2D Seismic Survey, located offshore Mexico.
The Buscador Near-Shore 2D Seismic Survey was acquired by Searcher’s project partner, BGP and comprises 11,200 km of newly acquired 2D data specifically targeting the near shore areas covering rounds 2, 3 and 4.
The data is currently being processed by DownUnder GeoSolutions (DUG), with fast track data available from December, and final data deliverable next year, the company said.
“The survey is located in shallower water depths, which in this “low oil-price environment” is advantageous,” said Rachel Masters, global sales manager for Searcher Seismic. “The Buscador Near-Shore 2D Seismic Survey has been designed to tie key exploration wells and to establish a regional framework for the entire prospective near-shore Mexican area.”
To further complement the 2D regional survey, offshore Mexico, Searcher said it has developed a multi-client Basin Analysis Report of Mexico, the US and surrounds, which is available now to assist companies with their exploration efforts in the area.