Ukraine’s geological survey vessel ‘Iskatel’ is spending most of July conducting oil and gas seismic surveys in Ukraine’s northwest Black Sea waters
Monday, July 9, 2018

Ukraine’s geological survey vessel ‘Iskatel’ is spending most of July conducting oil and gas seismic surveys in Ukraine’s northwest Black Sea waters

Ukraine’s geological survey vessel ‘Iskatel’ is spending most of July conducting oil and gas seismic surveys in Ukraine’s northwest Black Sea waters, far from Russia-controlled areas, Oleh Kyryliuk, head of the Survey agency writes on Facebook. Outfitted with quiet engines, the Iskatel, or ‘Searcher,’ is suited for high resolution seismic work. Kyryliuk writes that although Ukraine’s Black Sea offshore area has only been superficially explored, scientists estimates it could contain as much as 40 billion cubic meters of gas.

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