Asker, Norway (28 January 2020) – The National Oil Company of Senegal, PETROSEN, today officially launched the country’s first ever 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.
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ASKER, Norway (11 December 2019) – The Liberia Petroleum Regulatory Authority (LPRA), has announced the launch of the next licensing round, expected to commence in April 2020.
Asker, Norway (5 December 2019) – TGS today announced that it has completed the sale of one of its seismic datasets to OGCI Climate Investments’ Net Zero Teesside project, a carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) initiative planned for the North East of England. The data is to be used to.
Houston, Texas (03 December 2019) – TGS announced today the first major update to their unique online data portal, R360™, following extensive client feedback. Users are now able to experience a more intuitive interface that includes a fresh look and feel, streamlined navigation and additional,.
ASKER, Norway (29 November 2019) - TGS has today announced that it has added a further 1,500 square kilometers of 3D seismic data offshore The Gambia. This dataset will further expand TGS’ existing 3D multi-client library in the MSGBC Basin, which now totals over 40,000 square kilometers, as well.
Asker, Norway (15 November 2019) – The National Oil Company of Senegal, PETROSEN, has announced the launch of the country’s first offshore licensing round, to be launched at the MSGBC Basin Summit & Exhibition in Senegal in January 2020. The round will be open for six months - until the end of July.
Consortium to acquire new surveys and merge with reprocessed legacy data
Houston, Texas (7 November 2019) - TGS and WhiteStar™ announced today a partnership to jointly provide a robust solution combining TGS well data and WhiteStar land grid GIS data, coupled with field and pool data.
ASKER, NORWAY (01 October2019) TGS has announced that it is working with Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP) Marine Geosciences Group on a project is to assess earthquake and tsunami hazards in Banda arc and neighboring regions.
ASKER, NORWAY (19 September 2019) TGS has today announced that it has fired first shot to commence a new survey in the MSGBC Basin, offshore north-west Africa. The Senegal Ultra-Deep offshore 3D survey covers over 4500km2, with a modern broadband acquisition set-up. It is being undertaken in.