Bergen Oilfield Services Extends Veripos Contract

Monday, March 15, 2010

Veripos has been awarded an extension to its existing master services contract with Bergen Oilfield Services (BOS), one of Norway’s seismic survey contractors operating worldwide. The extended contract covers continuing supply of a range of positioning services and equipment for BOS’s three specialist seismic exploration vessels, BOS Angler, BOS Arctic and BOS Atlantic. Supported by Veripos GNSS positioning, BOS has recently completed a 10,000km 2D seismic data acquisition program offshore Guinea, northwest Africa on behalf of Hyperdynamics Corporation.  Meanwhile, the Norwegian company’s BOS Angler vessel is due to carry out major 3D surveys for ONGC and Cairn off the east and west coasts of India.

(www.veripos.com)

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