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“Regulatory changes in Australia make this market more attractive for multi-client investment and TGS is excited to acquire seismic data in this new market, an area where industry believes there is high exploration potential. This Australia 3D project is consistent with our strategic plan and represents a new milestone of growth for TGS in a promising region,” commented Rod Starr, Senior VP Africa, Middle East and Asia Pacific for TGS.” 

Fugro has been involved in 3D seismic imaging offshore Australia. SeisWorks 3D seismic interpretation software by Haliburton “provides innovative 3D viewing and interpretation capabilities and easy-to-use interpretation productivity tools to support and enhance horizon and fault interpretation. It is the industry standard for 3D seismic data analysis and interpretation. With SeisWorks 3D software, interpreters can work with a 2D project and multiple 3D projects concurrently for great interpretation flexibility.”

The market is expanding as the use and demand for 3D seismic products continues to grow, particularly where energy sources are in demand.