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MCG and JMJ sign cooperation agreement

MCG is pleased to announced we today have signed a cooperation agreement with JMJ Petroleum Pte Ltd (JMJ) in Singapore. JMJ is a well established player in the Asia Pacific providing the oil companies with extensive regional and basin wide exploration reports, both on a multi client (MC) and proprietary basis. Their reports are based on a multitude...

Successful acquisition of Barents MC2D survey

Our first multi client 2D, MC2D-MCG0901, was completed successfully September 2, 2009. MCG is pleased with the performance of the SMNG's Akademik Lazarev and we are sure the high quality 2D data will provide our clients with a very good exploration tool for the 21st Round in Norway. The 3,500km of data was acquired in a safe way within the time schedule.

MCG commences our first MC2D

MCG is pleased to announced we have commenced our first multi client 2D survey, MC2D-MCG0901. The survey is in the Norwegian Barents Sea in the geological province of Bjørnøya Basin. It covers plays from the Jurassic, Cretaceaous and Tertiary and there are several prominent seismic anomalies within the survey area, indicating a working hydrocarbon system....

MCG to market and sell Aker Exploration's EM scanning surveys in Norway

MultiClient Geophysical AS (MCG) and Aker Exploration AS (Aker) have entered into an exclusive Sales and Marketing Agreement for 7 of Aker's electromagnetic (EM) scanning survey on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

MCG and Fugro MC Services cooperate in Great Australian Bight

MCG is pleased to announce that we have entered into a cooperation with Fugro Multi Client Services on the southern shelf of Australia. The project is named Great Australian Bight Frontier Basin Project and the first phase encompasses:

Great Australian Bight Seismic Reprocessing Package

GAB Project OverviewGAB Project Seismic DataGAB Project Seep DataGAB Project Aeromagnetic Data

MCG to market and sell RXT 4C3D in the North Sea

MultiClient Geophysical AS (MCG) and RXT ASA have entered into a Sales and Marketing Agreement for a ocean bottom, four component (4C) 3D survey covering the 25/2-10S discovery in the Norwegian part of the North Sea.