High productivity vibroseis test strengthens partnership amongst PDO, BGP International and INOVA ///

Improvements in Vibroseis operations through advancements in land acquisition technologies and techniques by equipment manufacturers offer substantial benefits to geophysical service operators and E&P companies. Increased surface sampling in a cost effective manner becomes more obtainable by using High Productivity Vibroseis (HPVS) techniques. These techniques used with high-channel count acquisition systems are ideal for the Middle East. E&P companies such as Petroleum Development of Oman (PDO) stand to gain the most from these techniques since they seek to lower their acquisition costs on a per-square-kilometer basis.

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