Dolphin Secures 3D Seismic Contract in India

first_imgzoom Dolphin has been awarded a 5 months 3D seismic contract with an undisclosed client in India.The survey, located in North West India, will be started ultimo December with one or several of the 3D seismic vessels.Dolphin Group ASA is the parent company of Dolphin Geophysical AS, a global full-range, asset light supplier of marine geophysical services. Dolphin operates a fleet of new generation, high capacity seismic vessels and offers contract seismic surveys, Multi-Client projects and processing services on a worldwide basis. Dolphin Group ASA is listed at Oslo Stock Exchange (OSE ticker: DOLP).Dolphin, November 13, 2013last_img

Students speak out against Antony Gormley suicide statue placed on roof of

first_imgA spokesman for UEA said: “The Another Time series involves sculptures being placed at different focal points and sightlines, including roof level which are thought provoking and offer both spectacle and surprise.“The locations were chosen in response to the remarkable architecture of the Sir Denys Lasdun university buildings. All staff and students have been made aware of the new art installation on campus, and where the sculptures will be located.” Students have spoken out after their university placed a statue on the edge of the library roof, making it look like it is about to commit suicide.The statue, at the University of East Anglia, is by artist Antony Gormley and has reportedly been mistaken by some students for a real person.A spokesman for UEA defended the work and told the Eastern Daily Press that the statues were “thought-provoking and offer both spectacle and surprise”.One shocked student wrote on Instagram: “Is this some sort of sick joke?”  A lecturer tweeted: “Love his work, & it fits with our other sculptures, but I think it’s potentially a poor choice, especially at dissertation crunch time…”  UEA Graduate Kimberley Davies, 22, told the EDP: “It’s a bit tactless to put a statue on top of a building filled with people on edge during exam season.“Sombreros are a no-no, but making passers-by think someone’s about to commit suicide is art – I’m out.”Aimee tweeted: “No offence UEA, but putting a statue of a human on top of a high building is probably not a good idea??” @DrEsmee Love his work, & it fits with our other sculptures, but I think it’s potentially a poor choice, especially at dissertation crunch time…— Harry T Dyer (@HarryTDyer) April 12, 2017 Antony Gormley is a British sculptor who is best know for creating the Angel of the North. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img read more