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Seismic Data Acquisition
Land, Marine, TZ, 2D, 3D
Seismic Data Processing
Gravity/Magnetic & Resistivity
June 2020 - Angola Onshore Bid Round 2020 – Lower Congo Basin 2D Seismic Data availability - With reference to the recent announcement by the National Agency of Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels (ANPG) that the Data Packages for blocks for oil exploration in the Terrestrial Basin of the Lower Congo were now available (CON1, CON5 and CON6), GeoPartners, in association with Trois Geoconsulting and DDMS, is pleased to announce the availability of existing 2D seismic data for viewing and licensing in advance of the 2020 Bid Round.
January 2020 - The National Oil Company of Senegal, PETROSEN, has officially launched the country’s 2020 offshore licensing round at the MSGBC Basin Summit & Exhibition in Dakar, Senegal. The licensing round comprises twelve blocks on offer in the MSGBC Basin, offshore Senegal. Companies will be able to submit bids over the coming six months, with final applications delivered to the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy at the latest by Friday, July 31st, 2020. Please refer to the licence round website for more information www.senegallicensinground2020.com.
January 2020 – GeoPartners are pleased to announce they have been awarded a contract by the Angolan National Agency for Oil, Gas and Biofuels (ANPG) to provide 3D Multi-Client Surveys in Angola. The first survey is planned in the Lower Congo Basin offshore area.
November 2019 – GeoPartners is pleased to announce it has been awarded a Consultancy Services Agreement by the Instituto Nacional De Petroleo of Mozambique (INP) for the provision of technical services in association with the 6th Licensing Round planned for 2020. These services will include organising roadshows and the provision of legacy 2D and 3D, onshore and offshore, seismic surveys.
Polarcus Naila off Cape Town, South Africa