Magseis Renewables to showcase value of seismic imaging in new CCS projects


Norwegian seismic systems and services provider Magseis Fairfield has announced that, through its subsidiary Magseis Renewables, it will go ahead with two new carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology pilot projects in collaboration with geophysics company TGS.

By using high resolution 3D seismic acquisition at a carbon storage site in Norway, the first project will allow for a detailed picture of the seabed to the targeted storage reservoir.

The second project is based around an offshore wind farm in Denmark and will see the partners using ultra high-resolution 3D seismic acquisition to demonstrate applying a high-frequency source coupled with TGS’ data processing technologies.

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