CGG has stated that Sercel has confirmed a substantial sale to a major North African geophysical services provider, and that delivery of a 60 000-channel 508XT land acquisition system and 25 VE464 advanced digital vibrator control sets is forthcoming.
The company’s foothold in this region will be further strengthened as a result of the deployment of this equipment on a 3D mega-crew project that will take place in the tough terrain and arid conditions of North Africa.
The 508XT system is able to adapt to any field design and circumstances, including projects involving small or mega-crews in arid, arctic, forest, agricultural, urban, or transitional zones.
Sercel announces a significant sale of equipment in North Africa.
Technology is utilized in the VE464 control system in order to give control and precision. It is possible to attain high levels of output when the 508XT is used in conjunction with other tools.
“This contract is the latest in a long series of awards highlighting our strong collaboration with our client and positioning our 508XT system as the benchmark for seismic surveys in North Africa,” stated Emmanuelle Dubu, CEO of Sercel.
“This contract is the latest in a long series of awards highlighting our strong collaboration with our client.” The 508XT and VE464 systems are ideal for supporting customers in getting the clearest views of the subsurface in the region since they give the highest level of productivity as well as the best level of data quality without making any sacrifices in any area.