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Seismic vessels are able to cover vast areas of the ocean by using streamers. Here, you can see how much one vessel is able to cover with their streamers. The ability to cover such an amount of area allows companies to find oil more efficiently.
An independent film about life on board a seismic survey vessel.
This is amazing project, this is the way they find oil in the ocean. When they located the place's, they tell the oil company and they start drilling for oil.
Offshore Vessels are specially designed ships for transporting goods and personnel to offshore oil platform that operate deep in oceans. The size of these vessels ranges between 20 meters and 100 meters. They are good at accomplishing a variety of tasks in the supply chain. The category may include Platform Supply Vessels (PSV), offshore barges, and all types of specialty vessels including Anchor Handling Vessels, Drilling Vessels, Well Intervention Vessels, Ice Breaking Vessels, Cable Laying Vessels, Seismic Vessels, and Fire Fighting Vessels. ⚓️ For more videos like this click like and subscribe ⚓️ ⛴Ships: 00:10 - Platform Supply Vessel 01:47 - Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessel 03:33 - ROV Support Vessel 05:47 - FPSO 06:22 - Multipurpose Subsea Support Vessel 10:03 - Drillship 🎼Musi...
Ramform Hyperion, launched March 2017, represents an enormously stable platform with outstanding seakeeping characteristics, that is capable of taking full advantage of our GeoStreamer® technology. This Titan-class ship can encompass virtually any acquisition design, and offers the best safety, efficiency and productivity in the industry.
AUCKLAND: The Greenpeace New Zealand boat Taitu has intercepted the world’s biggest seismic blasting ship, the Amazon Warrior, about 50 nautical miles off the Wairarapa Coast. Executive director Russel Norman is on board and makes a call to the master of the Amazon Warrior, demanding that the ship Warrior cease seismic blasting and warned over the threat of "cataclysmic climate change". Greenpeace New Zealand video footage. Pacific Media Centre http://www.pmc.aut.ac.nz and http://asiapacificreport.nz Auckland University of Technology
Seismic boat crashes into cruise ship Seismic boat crashes into cruise ship. Seismic boat crashes into cruise ship Seismic boat crashes into cruise ship. a big cruise liner is nearly drowned by massive waves¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ ignore this ocean big boat. a big cruise liner is nearly drowned by massive waves¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ ignore this ocean big boat cruise beach sailing small islands marine large wide h. A clip of working in winter conditions on the North Sea. Fyi, the vessel is the Calamity Jane, an offshore support vessel. L.o.a. : 141 m or 463 ft.
16 Jan 2007: Heading to the North Sea, Skandi Caledonia (8 knots), being challenged by the first X-BOW vessel from ULSTEIN (13 knots). The X-BOW® introduces the gentle displacer; a tapered fore ship shape with a different volume distribution as well as sectional angles, resulting in a wave piercing effect at small wave heights, and also reduces pitching and bow impact loads in bigger seas. When comparing fore ship volumes with more conventional, bulbous, bow shapes, the X-BOW® has more displacement volume starting from the waterline.
Video show up how strong of the storm
China's 12-cable deep-water geophysical prospecting ship Hai Yang Shi You 720 completed the country's first 3-dimensional seismic survey in the Arctic on Tuesday. It is the first time that China carries out such a survey in a polar region on Earth, marking that fact that the country now has the capability to do the survey in all waters around the Earth. The seismic vessel implemented the explorations amid complex conditions in waters at latitudes higher than 75 degrees north in the Barents Sea, more than 900 kilometers away from the Arctic Circle. "Crew of the Hai Yang Shi You 720 completed 4,100 square kilometers of 3D seismic survey in the Barents Sea within more than three months. The exploration areas are close to the North Pole and 300 kilometers away from the nearest land. As Chin...
The PGS large-scale plastic collection concept launched at UN Ocean Conference, New York, June 2017. This innovative solution uses the inherent benefits of seismic vessels and takes advantage of their air compressors and capabilities for handling large towing configurations.
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Yesterday two Greenpeace boats intercepted the seismic blasting ship that's exploring for oil 50NM east of Wairarapa. They delivered this cease and desist message from over 60,000 New Zealanders: http://greenpeace.nz/cease-and-desist See more here: http://www.greenpeace.org.nz/climateaction/
The ocean is a world of sound. Seismic airgun testing, a method of searching for offshore oil and gas, threatens to turn that world upside down. Seismic blasts can injure or kill marine life, threaten the health of regional fisheries, and risk the jobs of those who depend on the ocean for their livelihood. This month, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) is preparing an environmental impact statement (EIS) on seismic testing's potential expansion into the Mid and South Atlantic, and its recommendations will reach the White House. BOEM needs to consider the latest and best science on seismic, which exposes its many risks. Share the truth about seismic blasting and increase awareness about this deadly practice! For more info, visit: http://oceana.org/seismic
Through prefabrication, it took just 45 days for Caterpillar to retrofit its new twin fin propulsion system to the Polarcus Naila, a seismic vessel. The innovative twin fin system, made for diesel electric propulsion systems, provides both the increased cargo capacity usually associated with thrusters and the reliability and safety associated with conventional propellers. Add to that higher thrust performance, and reduced fuel consumption and emissions, and you have a sustainable solution that was delivered with limited downtime.
A Māori waka captain is on board a flotilla making its way to send a message to the Amazon Warrior, which is currently seismic blasting off the Wairarapa Coast on behalf of oil giants Statoil and Chevron. Reuben Raihania Tipoki is to deliver a message on behalf of hapū of Te Ikaroa-Rāwhiti. Irena Smith has more.
A Vietnamese ship conducting a seismic survey allegedly had its cable cut by two Chinese fishing boats. The Vietnam Oil & Gas Group seismic ship Binh Minh 02 was conducting a survey 43 miles southeast of Con Co Island, off Vietnam's Quang Tri province, when two Chinese fishing boats cut its survey cable by running over them with their boats. According to the Chief Executive Officer of the group, the incident was an 'accident'. The cable has since been repaired and is now fully operational. A similar incident occurred in May 2011 when three Chinese patrol ships cut the cables of Binh Minh 02 while on an exploratory mission. The Chinese patrol boats encountered the Vietnamese boat 80 miles off the south-central coast of Vietnam.
Greenpeace NZ has released aerial footage from a reconnaissance flight of the world’s biggest seismic ship, the Amazon Warrior, blasting for oil 120 nautical miles off the Wairarapa Coast. The reconnaissance is the first stage of the organisation’s surveillance and monitoring of the ship, which will be searching for oil on behalf of Chevron and Statoil for the next several months.
Video describing the KONGSBERG's offshore vessel bridge simulator, K-Sim Offshore, which enables safe and efficient operational training offshore. (e.g. for offshore supply, rig move and anchor handling, drilling vessel operation, jack-up rig installation, subsea vessel operation, seismic vessel operation, offshore loading.