Fugro wins Kenya survey contract

Fugro wins Kenya survey contract

Dutch offshore firm Fugro has been awarded a contract by Shell/BG Kenya for the execution of a seabed survey to detect natural leakages of hydrocarbons.

As part of the contract, Fugro will undertake a four-week campaign of multibeam data acquisition and precise sampling, mobilizing its specialised survey vessel, Fugro Discovery, to Kenya in March.

“Seeps surveys are an important part of Fugro’s site characterization services and we’re very pleased to reintroduce the Fugro Discovery to African waters, where she will demonstrate the excellent value they represent when exploration budgets are limited,” said Peter Boon, regional business development manager for Fugro in Africa.

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