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March 4, 2021

Norwegian company to perform 3D seismic surveys in Romanian Black Sea area

Norwegian shipping company GC Rieber announced on Wednesday that its subsidiary Dolphin Geophysical has won a contract to perform 3D seismic surveys in the Romanian Black Sea area, informs a press release.
The contract, awarded by Black Sea Oil and Gas company, spans on a period of 45 days, and the ship that will carry out the seismic surveys is Polar Marquis.
‘In the difficult context on the market, we are pleased to see that our modern assets are appreciated, as well as the high-quality services offered by Dolphin Geophysical,’ said the CEO of GC Rieber, Irene Waage Basili.
Black Sea Oil & Gas, an independent oil and gas company based in Romania, has three perimeters: XIII Pelican, XV Midia and EX-25 Luceafarul, totaling 5000 square km in an area insufficiently explored so far of the Romanian Black Sea continental shelf.
These perimeters were purchased from Sterling Resources Ltd. Carlyle Group took over, in August 2015, all operations in Romania belonging to Sterling Resources Ltd. The new entity, called Black Sea Oil & Gas, is fully owned by Carlyle Group.

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