The Foxhound Non-Exclusive 3D Seismic Survey comprises of ~3,500 sq km of newly acquired seismic in the Carnarvon Basin offshore Australia.
The Foxhound 3D Seismic Survey consists of two separate 3D cubes (east and west) connected together by a single 2D line.
The Foxhound survey is split into two portions, the Western cube which lies North-East and on trend to the Chandon, Martell and Io/Jansz fields, and the Eastern portion which lies North-North-East and on trend to the Pluto and Wheatstone fields.
The area surrounding the eastern Foxhound 3D cube has been notorious for providing low quality seismic due to the extreme canyoning and large drop offs present on the seafloor.
However, utilising a north – south shooting direction has shown a vast improvement in the Foxhound 3D seismic quality compared to that of its immediate counterparts.
For further information on the Foxhound Non Exclusive 3D Seismic Survey, please contact us directly.
10 x 7050m Digital Solid Streamer
Completed August 2009
M/V Geowave Voyager (CGGVeritas)
Sample Rate: 2 ms
Record Length: 6 sec
Streamer Length: 7050 m
Streamer Separation: 100 m
|Key Processing Parameters
Field Data SEGD
Demultiple Gathers SEGY
PSTM Gathers SEGY
Final PSTM Cube SEGY
Navigation Data P190
Angle Stacks SEGY
Acquisition Report PDF
Processing Report PDF
Final Stacking Velocity ASCII