OMV starts 3D seismic on Bulgarian Black Sea block

OGJ editors

A group led by OMV AG has begun acquiring deepwater 3D seismic in the western Black Sea offshore Bulgaria.

The group consisting of OMV 30%, Total SA 40%, and Repsol SA 30% will gather 7,740 sq km of 3D seismic on the 14,220 sq km 1-21 Han-Asparuh exploratory block that lies in as much as 2,200 m of water.

OMV said the data acquired will be used to determine drilling locations for two exploratory wells.

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