Survey acquisition report

Survey acquisition report means a report that includes:

  1. the name of the survey; and
  2. the title under which the survey was conducted; and
  3. the name of the titleholder; and
  4. the name of the contractor that conducted the survey; and
  5. the name of the vessel or aircraft that conducted the survey; and
  6. a map of where the survey was conducted; and
  7. the dates on which the survey started and ended; and
  8. details of all data acquisition equipment and systems used; and
  9. details of all positioning and navigation equipment and systems used; and
  10. the number of lines of data acquired in the survey and the number of data acquisition points along each line; and
  11. navigation data for the survey, in the form of:
    1. for a 2-dimensional survey — line ends and bends; or
    2. for a 3-dimensional seismic survey — a full fold polygon outline; or
    3. for other 3-dimensional surveys — a polygon outline; and
  12. the geometry of the acquisition parameters; and
  13. the results of any onboard data processing; and
  14. the results of any system tests, calibrations and diagnostics.

Source: Offshore Petroleum and Greenhouse Gas Storage (Resource Management and Administration) Regulations 2011 (Select Legislative Instrument 2011 No. 54 as amended), Australia, prepared on 1 January 2012. Regulations


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