South Halfway 3D. An example of a challenging onshore acquisition and subsequent processing and a unique way of performing a pre-stack elastic inversion on a difficult dataset
The 3D survey, South Halfway was acquired in December 2019 in Wonowan, BC, Canada. The size of the survey is 94 km2 and covers a bog and river valley.
Deconvolution of upgoing and downgoing wavefields: A data example from the NOAKA OBNexperiment
Ocean bottom node surveys are popular tools for both seismic exploration and monitoring due to the possibility for superior imaging and velocity model.
Ocean bottom node (OBN) seismic data processing commonly uses the combination of hydrophone (P) and vertical geophone (Z) components to separate upgoing.
A 3D land seismic survey was processed using amplitude and azimuth-friendly workflow. The sequence includes multiple iterations of surface consistent.
Dense spatial sampling (~1m) and low signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) are typical features of distributed acoustic sensing (DAS) data. We have developed a.
High resolution sequence stratigraphy of the Mexican Gulf of Mexico based on interpretation of well and seismic data
Prolific source rocks, an abundance of trap types and stacked reservoirs and seals combine to make the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) a hydrocarbon super-basin. The.
3D DAS VSP data were acquired in two active wells equipped with Electrical Submersible Pumps (ESPs) from the Big Foot field in the deep water, Gulf of.
Sub-L1 Norm Regularized Inversion Deblending in Local 3D FK Domain for Ocean BottomNode Data
Inversion deblending in a sparse transformed domain is an important approach to obtain high quality deblended data for simultaneous source acquisition..
Velocity model building and imaging for land surveys are particularly challenging due to the complexities of the near surface model and strong noise. In.