Searcher is delighted to announce the completion of acquisition of Phase 2 of the Namibian Orange Basin Multi-Client 3D Seismic Survey campaign.
Building upon the success of Phase 1, the completion of Phase 2 marks another crucial step in Searcher’s efforts, in corporation with Shearwater and NAMOR, to unlock the full exploration potential of the Orange Basin. This comprehensive survey spans an impressive area of 5,000 square kilometres over PEL 3 acreage.
With the completion of Phase 2, Searcher have acquired over 6,700 square kilometres of 3D in Namibia during the 2022-2023 season, comprising the largest multi-client 3D offering in the entire Orange Basin. These datasets offer a range of insights from regional scale understanding, prospect de-risking to field development imaging.
Offshore Namibia has attracted considerable attention due to the regions recent deepwater discoveries. The Orange Basin in particular is known for its thick sedimentary sequences, favourable structural elements, and the presence of prolific source rocks. This 3D survey has been designed and executed to image and delineate the reservoir geology of the Kudu gas field in addition to other potential plays on this acreage.
The successful completion of Phase 2 of the Orange Basin 3D seismic survey project reaffirms Searcher’s position as a leading provider of geoscience data in frontier regions. We are proud to contribute to the advancement of exploration efforts in this promising region and are confident that the acquired data will provide invaluable insights for the industry. The successful completion of this phase reaffirms our dedication to delivering cutting-edge geoscience data and supporting energy companies in their quest for new discoveries.
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5,000 square kilometres of 3D data