Jakarta, December 19, 2016. Elsa Regent, the seismic vessel owned by a subsidiary of PT Elnusa Tbk (ELNUSA) started its first seismic in the Indonesian sea, on Saturday, December 17, 2016. The ship which was purchased in mid-2016, will conduct 2D seismic survey in Abar – Anggursi Block, located 12 miles from Karawang, Subang and Indramayu coastal with total length area 2,990 km.
“Marine seismic survey is an effort and commitment of ELNUSA to support national energy security with discovering new oil and gas reserves in Indonesian offshore. Our investment in Elsa Regent may empower and increase national competence in marine seismic survey, because, in Indonesian sea only a few Indonesian-flagged seismic vessel working, “said Director of Operations ELNUSA, Bambang H. Kardono.
Elsa Regent is the most advanced seismic vessels in Indonesia today, captained and manned 100% by the Indonesian people. Compared to other Indonesian-flagged seismic vessels, Elsa Regent has equipped 12 streamer lengths, each streamer reaches 10 km, thus it is ideal to conduct seismic surveys in vast and deep oceans. Elsa Regent is able to produce 3D images of seismic subsurface quality with very high accuracy, record the data when turning so efficient time and cost, continuously carried out data record, and generate raw data which can be directly processed further.
“It is an honor for us to support national capacity in oil and gas exploration with Elsa Regent which operated by our Indonesian people, without relying foreign experts. The client trust in 2D seismic survey Abar-Anggursi project is proof of our competence and experience in marine seismic survey, “said Bambang.
With experiences more than 47 years, ELNUSA more confident in providing energy services through Total Solution Services.