Technical Library

Seismic Data, Processing, Technology, Well Data Reports and Industry and Trade Publication Features, from the Experts at TGS

Identification of sweet spots in shale reservoir formations

September 1, 2016
Chopra, Satinder Sharma, Ritesh Kumar

Building more robust low-frequency models for seismic impedance inversion

May 28, 2016
Amit Kumar Ray, Satinder Chopra

Is curvature overrated? No, it depends on the geology

February 1, 2015
Satinder Chopra, Kurt J. Marfurt

The impact of a quick 4D seismic survey and pro-cessing over the Halfdan Field, Danish North Sea

April 4, 2014
M.A. Calvert, H.H. Roende, I.H. Herbert1 J. Zaske, P. Hickman, U. Micksch

New approach to basin formation temperature modeling

December 1, 2012
Pete Dotsey
Basin formation temperatures are an important consideration in oil and gas exploration and development because temperature controls the rates of chemical.

Orthogonal wide azimuth surveys:

September 1, 2012
Simon Baldock, Cristina Reta-Tang, Brad Beck, Wei Gao, Jun Cai, and Steve Hightower
Wide azimuth seismic surveying is firmly established as a key element in subsalt exploration and production in the Gulf of Mexico. The challenge now.

Orthogonal wide azimuth surveys: Aquisition and imaging

September 1, 2012
Simon Baldock, Cristina Reta-Tang, Brad Beck, Wei Gao, Jun Cai, and Steve Hightower
Wide azimuth seismic surveying is firmly established as a key element in subsalt exploration and production in the Gulf of Mexico. The challenge now.

Complex salt model building using a combination of interactive imaging and layerstripping RTM

July 1, 2011
Bin Wang, Chuck Mason, Kwangjin Yoon, Jean Ji, Jun Cai, Sang Suh and Zhiming Li
A new methodology for building salt velocity models is proposed that allows effective testing of different salt interpretation scenarios. In this.

Salt geology and hydrocarbon plays in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico

November 1, 2010
Abu Chowdbury
The source rock for the hydrocarbons in the Upper Jurassic, Cretaceous, and Tertiary reservoirs in the eastern Gulf of Mexico is postulated to be Upper.

Lows and highs: using low frequencies and improved velocity tools to image complex ridges and basement highs in the Faroe-Shetland Basin

September 1, 2010
Anthony Hardwick, Tom Travis, Simon Stokes and Matthew Hart
In January 2010 TGS completed the reprocessing of two regional long offset 2D multi-client seismic surveys in the Faroe-Shetland Basin (FSB). This.

Advances in subsurface imaging technology boost the search for elusive hydrocarbons

September 1, 2007
Frank Dumanoir, Bin Wang and Simon Baldock
The remarkable improvements in data quality due to rapid advances in processing algorithms and computer technology over the past several years have been.