Statoil reports sixteen new companies join project for joint seismic acquisition in southeastern Barents Sea

February 2014
World Energy News;2/25/2014, p10
The article reports that the Barents Sea's joint seismic acquisition project of the oil and gas company Statoil ASA has been joined by various other oil companies. The joint venture of the project will provide various benefits including low acquisition cost, improved data quality and reduced risk in the project.


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