|Defunct||December 12, 2008|
| Atle Jacobsen (CEO) |
Anders Farestveit (Chairman)
Wavefield Inseis was a Norwegian company trading between 2007 & 2009 that provided global marine geophysical services. The company operated a total of, by 2008, six geophysical survey vessels and can supply services in 2D, 3D, 4D, multi-azimuth and wide-azimuth, and offed both exclusive and multi-client services.
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The company had main offices in Oslo and Bergen, in addition to offices in Perth, London and Houston.It was listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange.
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