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Selling seismic data from the southeastern Barents Sea and Norwegian waters off Jan Mayen

In 2011 and 2012, the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) acquired 2D seismic data in the southeastern Barents Sea and in Norwegian waters off Jan Mayen.

The processed seismic data will be sold as a data package.

The seismic data package will also include older, reprocessed 2D seismic data from the southeastern Barents Sea that was acquired in 1974 and 1976 and reprocessed in 1992 (approximately 2 160 kilometres).

The price of the seismic package is NOK 12 million plus VAT, cf the terms of purchase. The data will be distributed by DISKOS. Additional administration costs will be invoiced by the DISKOS distributor according to the current pricelist.

Place orders by filling out the order form and sending it to the NPD. By signing the order form, the terms of purchase are accepted.

 

Area

Survey

Type

Year

Size

Barents-
Sea SE

NPD-BA-11

2D

2011

11 748 km

Barents-
Sea SE

NPD1201

2D

2012

6 881 km

Jan
Mayen

NPD-JM-11

2D

2011

2 503 km

Jan
Mayen

NPD1202

2D

2012

9 191 km

 

Seismic

 

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