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Bell Geospace is flying in Sri Lanka for airborne geophysical surveying services

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Sri Lanka launches first aerial oil and natural gas exploration Mannar and Cauvery Basins
Sri Lanka launches first aerial oil and natural gas exploration Mannar and Cauvery Basins

Bell Geospace has started the airborne geophysical surveying services in Sri Lanka to provide 3D Full Tensor Gradiometry, gravity and magnetic survey data in two blocks in the Mannar and Cauvery Basins.

Bell Geospace has been awarded exclusive rights to acquire and provide industry defining multi-client Gravity Gradiometry data for Sri Lanka by the Petroleum Resources Development Secretariat of Sri Lanka (PRDS). The Sri Lanka FTG Multi-Client Programme includes airborne 3D Full Tensor Gradiometry, gravity and magnetic survey data that will be undertaken over the shallow waters of the Mannar and Cauvery basins over blocks M1, C1 and C2.

Sri Lanka Energy Minister invites to foreign private companies to explore and produce oil and natural gas in two blocks in the Mannar and Cauvery Basins in Sri Lanka.

 Bell Geospace has started the airborne geophysical surveying services in Sri Lanka to provide 3D Full Tensor Gradiometry, gravity and magnetic survey data in two blocks in the Mannar and Cauvery Basins.     Bell Geospace has been awarded exclusive rights to acquire and provide industry defining multi-client Gravity Gradiometry data for Sri Lanka by the Petroleum Resources Development Secretariat of Sri Lanka (PRDS). The Sri Lanka FTG Multi-Client Programme includes airborne 3D Full Tensor Gradiometry, gravity and magnetic survey data that will be undertaken over the shallow waters of the Mannar and Cauvery basins over blocks M1, C1 and C2.    Sri Lanka Energy Minister invites to foreign private companies to explore and produce oil and natural gas in two blocks in the Mannar and Cauvery Basins in Sri Lanka.   Energy Minister Gammanpila Udaya says government hope to pass the Petroleum Resources Bill in Parliament and establish Petroleum Development Authority of Sri Lanka next month.  Minister further says that Sri Lanka can pay the total debt of the country from the oil and gas resources earnings in the Mannar Basin.
Bell Geospace has started the airborne geophysical surveying services in Sri Lanka

Energy Minister Gammanpila Udaya says government hope to pass the Petroleum Resources Bill in Parliament and establish Petroleum Development Authority of Sri Lanka next month.


Minister further says that Sri Lanka can pay the total debt of the country from the oil and gas resources earnings in the Mannar Basin.

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