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Sercel Delivers to Algeoland

By [email protected] - 8th May 2018 - 14:12

Sercel announced the delivery of a 25,000-channel 508XT land seismic acquisition system and 15 Nomad 65 Neo broadband vibrators to Algeoland, Algeria’s leading private geophysical company. Algeoland will deploy the Sercel equipment to conduct a major 3D seismic survey over a 2,000-km² area of the Rhourde-Nouss desert region in north east Algeria, on behalf of the national oil company. The 508XT system drives productivity, data quality and adaptability to an unprecedented level thanks to its X-Tech architecture. Generating high-fidelity low-frequency broadband sweeps down to 1Hz, the all-terrain Nomad 65 Neo is able to contribute to the delivery of higher resolution seismic data. Pascal Rouiller, Sercel CEO, said: “We are pleased to have been selected once again to equip a major land seismic survey in Algeria. Both the 508XT and Nomad 65 Neo have been successfully field-proven in the toughest desert conditions and their deployment will enable Algeoland to achieve the best productivity and reduce operational downtime.”