The Norwegian surveyor said the survey provided the first 3D seismic for Brazil’s 17th Round, scheduled for October 2021 with fast-track anisotropic PSDM products for the additional acreage set to be available in July.
The Ramform Titan began towing the largest spread ever offshore Brazil in June 2020 and returned to Campos in December. The acquisition configuration, with 14 streamers each 10 km long, is “tailored to the challenges of the Campos area”.
The vessel and its “exceptional equipment spread” maximize subsurface illumination and minimize environmental impact, acquiring the targeted coverage faster.
PGS said Ramform Titan will continue in the area on the “next phase of this exciting Multiclient program, which will deliver multi-azimuth illumination (MAZ) of presalt targets.
“This project combines the latest PGS acquisition and imaging innovations with rejuvenated library data in the Campos Basin to deliver improved imaging and understanding in a key exploration hotspot. The data covers acreage for multiple Brazil licensing rounds. When completed, the Campos Deepwater GeoStreamer X survey will cover approximately 17 100 sq. km,” PGS added.
The company said data for the 17th round evaluations were now available for the Fast-track PSDM products from 2020 acquisition areas. In July 2021 additional data available will include: Final TTI PSDM products from the 2020 acquisition area, Fast-track TTI PSDM products from 2020 acquisition area, Fast-track TTI PSDM products of additional blocks and gravity and magnetic data for regional basin analysis.