25th March 2019 2019 EAGE Workshop on Practical Reservoir Monitoring, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 1-4 April WGP Group will once again be present at the EAGE Practical Reservoir Monitoring (PRM) Workshop this year, taking place in Amsterdam the week of 1st April. With innovative developments to share in relation to our P-cable applications and for the first time,
WARMINSTER, UK, 10 July, 2018 – WGP Group Ltd. is pleased to announce that they have been awarded the permanent reservoir monitoring acquisition contract for Johan Sverdrup Field. The field, operated by Equinor, is one of the five largest oil fields on the Norwegian continental shelf. Terry Hibben, WGP’s CTO said, “We are very pleased
WGP Group Ltd has been awarded Achilles JQS qualification for another year. Achilles JQS (Joint Qualification System) is a supplier register and pre-qualification system used by the buyers in the Norwegian and Danish oil and gas sector to manage supplier information and risk within the supply chain, as well as to procure efficiently in accordance
Sunday the 25th June 2017 was the date for the bi-annual Bishopstrow ‘Open Garden’ day. It was decided that the grounds of both Eastleigh Court and Eastleigh Stables should be included in this village event. A BBQ, bar, teas and stalls were to be found on the village playing field from where visitors could purchase
WGP Group Ltd has been awarded a contract from ConocoPhillips Skandinavia AS to acquire seismic data sets on the Eldfisk field in the North Sea in 2017.
WGP Group Ltd has achieved a certificate of registration for ISO9001:2015, ISO14001:2015 and OHSAS18001:2007. BSI is a UKAS accredited body, recognised as a world-class business standards company that helps organisations all over the world make excellence a habit. ISO9001:2015 certificate ISO14001:2015 certificate OHSAS18001:2007 certificate
WGP Group (“WGP”), has entered into a contract to provide long term seismic acquisition services to ConocoPhillips Skandinavia AS (“CoP”). WGP will acquire seismic data sets on the Ekofisk field in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea. The seismic acquisition contract has an initial five year term. Photo credit: ConocoPhillips
Spring 2015 P-CableTM High Resolution 3D (“HR3D”) and 2D (“HR2D”) operations for TGS in the Barents Sea have now been completed on schedule thanks to a combination of excellent operational performance, minimum downtime and favourable weather conditions. The programme of work comprised both extended regional coverage with HR2D data acquisition, combined with targeted HR3D blocks,
Spring 2015 Permanent Reservoir Monitoring (“PRM”) operations over the Statoil operated Snorre and Grane fields have now been completed ahead of schedule thanks to a combination of excellent operational performance, minimum downtime and favourable weather conditions. A total of over 6,000 km of data has been shot over the two fields, now in the second full year
WGP has completed the re-mobilisation of the ‘Bergen Surveyor’ and has commenced a program of work in the South East Barents Sea on behalf of TGS. An initial program of 3 month’s High Resolution 3D (HR3D) will be acquired utilising P-CableTM technology and will comprise both regional and localised data acquisition to consolidate TGS’ multi-client
WGP has completed the re-mobilisation of the Dual Portable Modular Source System (D-PMSSTM) onboard the ‘Siddis Sailor’ as part of the ongoing 4D/4C Permanent Reservoir Monitoring project over the Statoil operated Snorre and Grane fields in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea. The projected program of work will see repeat source surveys undertaken over
WGP Group Ltd (“WGP”) has entered into a contract to provide seismic services to TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company ASA (“TGS”), a provider of multi-client geoscience data products to the Oil and Gas Industry listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange (TGS.OL). WGP will be acquiring High Resolution 3D (HR3D) data sets in the South East Barents Sea region utilising
WGP Survey Ltd in, partnership with TGS Nopec AS, has completed 2014’s multi-client/proprietary survey of prospects in the Barents Sea region using the P-Cable system onboard the ‘Bergen Surveyor’, prior to the 23rd license round that is expected to be announced shortly. The rapidly deployed P-Cable system, a short offset high resolution 3D
WGP continues to operate Statoil’s Dual Portable Modular Source System (D-PMSS™), designed and built by WGP and mobilised on the ‘Siddis Sailor’, on the third Permanent Reservoir Monitoring (PRM) survey in the North Sea. Survey 3 is the first where Grane and Snorre fields will be shot consecutively, a total of 5,760 sail kilometres,
After a couple of months of planning, we are delighted to announce the launch of our new website. The site gives us a fantastic platform to build on as we aim, as always, to continue to develop our service.
WGP is Moving … WGP is in the process of expanding our operational capabilities by establishing its new headquarters at Eastleigh Campus in Wiltshire , BA12 9HW. The new headquarters was chosen after an extensive search throughout the South West of England.
WGP and TGS-NOPEC have executed a contract to collaborate on a project to jointly acquire and own multiclient seismic data on 10 survey blocks in the Barents Sea
WGP is currently assisting ION’s GeoVentures group with their on-going Arctic exploration programme with the provision of the source array, recording office and source workshop components of the Portable Modular Source System, in addition to the technical crewing required for the 2011 seismic programme.
Authors: Mark Burnett and James Pryor, WGP Exploration Limited WGP: CARSP an Operational Perspective. Summary Tasked to design, develop and manage the largest Life of Field Seismic (LoFS) 4C/4D Ocean Bottom Cable (OBC) system in the world, WGP achieved this and more in the Chirag Azeri Reservoir Seismic Project. WGP has been involved with