First ever deep water OBN seismic survey in Mexico completed

Vessel, OBN, Seismic, Node, Magseis, Fairfield

Magseis Fairfield have concluded acquisition project offshore Mexico

This marked the end of the first ever deep water Ocean Bottom Node (OBN) seismic survey acquired in Mexico, and it was another successful project by our ZXPLR crew. With careful planning, global controls and pre-boarding testing, our crews were able to perform this project while recording zero positive cases of COVID and zero Lost Time Incidents (LTIs) – a testament to the strong HSE commitment within our organization.

On top of the excellent safety performance, the crew was actively involved in IAGC’s Ghost Net Initiative. 4 kilos of debris from the water was collected, reported and properly disposed of. We left the area with less waste in water than when we arrived!

“We are very pleased to announce that our first OBN project offshore Mexico was concluded according to plan and with very good feedback from our client. The ZXPLR-1 crew continues to deliver excellent efficiency and HSE performance. The vessels are now headed back to US waters to start the next project, which marks the 12th consecutive project performed by this crew.” Says Carel Hooijkaas, CEO, Magseis Fairfield.