In addition to our extensive global geophysical and geological data libraries, we also offer advanced processing and imaging services, interpretation products, and robust data-application integration. Access the industry’s largest volume of geoscience data through TGS’ cloud-based web portal, R360.
TGS places great emphasis on providing accurate and timely information to the market and shareholders. Our flexible, asset-light business model and ability to adjust costs rapidly continue to allow us to deliver significant shareholder value—even in a difficult market.
It is our vision to become the leading energy information company with the best people, quality and service. Our unique culture, people and quality library will ensure that when E&P companies think geoscientific data, they think TGS.
At TGS, we place great emphasis on providing accurate and timely information on our performance and projects to the market and shareholders. Here you can access our latest news, download articles or technical papers from our library, or learn more about our upcoming conferences and events.
Our most important competitive advantage is our people. The outstanding work of our project developers, geologists, geoscientists, data processors, sales and support people has made TGS the leading multi-client player. They’re the reason TGS delivers superior project quality and financial performance year after year.
Products & Services featured content CTA would go in this area, promoting some of the company’s latest accomplishments.Products & Services featured content CTA would go in this area, promoting some of the company’s latest accomplishments.
In this approach observed first breaks are fit to a travel time equation which includes three terms: a source delay time, a receiver delay time and a linear moveout term.
While the theory surrounding the approach is well-known (Barry, 1967), the Flatirons software contains several novel QC tools, including a powerful iterative approach for picking difficult first breaks, a sophisticated GUI for specifying spatially-variable refractor branch points, and also the ability to constrain the final earth model to exhibit either a flat base-of-model or a uniform overburden (weathering velocity).
Figure 1: Brute stack with GLI statics solution
Figure 2: Brute stack with Delay Time static solution.