Land Processing 2D/3D

Land Seismic Data Processing Image

Land seismic data processing techniques are divided into two distinct approaches, stratigraphic and structural, and require varying techniques / experience in order to reach the ultimate goal of creating the best image possible. At Absolute Imaging our processing Geoscientists have the experience needed to work in all types of geological environments.

Today’s plays are becoming more and more subtle and detailed processing work is needed to mitigate some of the associated risk. Robust surface consistent deconvolution routines are utilized to increase the frequency content of the data and provide phase stability. Powerful noise suppression techniques for both organized and random noise help uncover the underlying signal. When tieing various vintages of 2D lines or 3D volumes, accurate phase and static tieing is accomplished allowing mapping of thin horizons across a prospect. At Absolute Imaging our goal is to create seismic data that is well imaged, honours the true phase and amplitudes while extending the bandwidth in a geologically correct manner.

Typically in tectonically complex areas one has to deal with a complicated near surface, a structurally complex subsurface and generally poor signal to noise. Therefore, processing of this data requires specific experience and a diverse set of robust algorithms such as full featured velocity analysis tools; tomographic near surface static solutions; linear, random and erratic noise suppression techniques; and time and depth imaging tools. At Absolute Imaging our goal is to create a seismic section that has good S/N while maintaining the structural integrity.

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