1998, Hess, Bittern And West Guillemot Development, Site Survey, BGS Reference Number AH98SS0002
An oil and gas industry geophysical and geotechnical site survey acquired between December and February 1998. The block numbers traversed were 21/24, 21/25, 21/29, 21/30, 22/21, 22/26, 28/4, 28/5 and 29/1.
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This dataset was collected by Fugro Geoteam AS on behalf of Hess. Information about the survey was provided to the British Geological Survey in a legacy site survey report. Data was collected using cone penetrometer, hull-mounted pinger, multibeam echo sounder, sub bottom profiler, side scan sonar, vibrocores.
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