BOS secures long term agreement in West Africa

Contracts, Tenders and Rates - July 10, 2008

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Bergen Oilfield Services (BOS) has secured a contract with Hyperdynamics which is the company's largest contract to date and its first contract in Africa.

The 3-D programme awarded to the company compromises up to 5,000 square kilometres of 3-D acquisition and processing, and is due to commence in the fourth quarter of 2008, offshore the Republic of Guinea.

BOS will use one of its high end 3-D vessels utilising the latest available acquisition and processing technology.

In a press release from Hyperdynamics , the company's CEO Kent Watts, Chief Executive, said: "BOS has the extensive experience and resources necessary to timely provide our mission critical seismic services with an appropriately high level of quality control. I look for them to work closely with us for years to come.”

BOS CEO Karstein Rød said: "We see a need for comprehensive seismic services in West Africa  and this is a great match for our value chain approach. We are happy to now be part of the efforts to help explore offshore Guinea.”

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