CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA), in conjunction with its Libyan partner, Akakus for Inspection & Consulting Co., provided geographic information system (GIS) and remote sensing services for an Environmental Baseline Study (EBS) within the South Ghadames area onshore Libya. Services included satellite imagery interpretation, topographic feature identification, map production, and field survey routing. This program is the first to utilize these remote sensing applications as the primary planning tool for sampling large onshore oil and gas concessions as a means to reduce costs, increase survey coverage, and minimize risks/hazards to personnel and the environment. CSA personnel participated in the field program and directed the survey to verify specific habitats, features of interest, critical areas, and routes within the survey area.
The EBS was conducted in support of an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) for onshore seismic activities planned to be conducted later this fall. Prior to conducting the EBS, the results of the satellite imagery interpretation and the proposed EBS plan were presented to Libyan regulators and shareholders for approval.
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