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Abstract: Different Approaches for Removing the Primary Artifacts in Reverse Time Migration; #90254 (2016)

Hongwei Liu, Tong Fei, Yi Luo

Search and Discovery.com

..., Eastern Province, SAUDI ARABIA ABSTRACT The main advantage of reverse time migration (RTM) is its ability to image steep-dip reflectors by imposing...

2016

Advances in Interpretation of Offshore Seismic Data: ABSTRACT

Judson B. Hughes, Jr., J. R. Harris, S. O. Patterson

AAPG Bulletin

... and lithology between the geologist and geophysicist. In steep dip areas of offshore California, it is imperative that the individual segments...

1969

TTI Wave Equation Migration by Phase-Shift Plus Interpolation

Richard A. Bale

Search and Discovery.com

...-frequency (k-f) domain. This choice has advantages of operator stability and accurate steep dip behaviour. The main drawback, compared to x-f migration...

Unknown

TTI Wave Equation Migration by Phase-Shift Plus Interpolation

Richard A. Bale

Search and Discovery.com

...-frequency (k-f) domain. This choice has advantages of operator stability and accurate steep dip behaviour. The main drawback, compared to x-f migration...

Unknown

Extended Abstract: What is Wave Equation Pre-stack Depth Migration? An Overview

Andrew Long

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

... Sea. Note the better steep dip imaging, and the better imaging below the fast flat layer on the left. next level in the migration trade-off- having...

2004

Happy Springs Field, Fremont County, Wyoming

G. L. Helmke

Wyoming Geological Association

... the axial plane and bottomed on the steep-dip side of the structure. Reverse faulting is present in the field. The Happy Springs Unit No. 3 crossed a reverse...

1951

ABSTRACT: 3-D Seismic Acquisition in Complex Urban Area of Yumen City, Western China; #90051 (2006)

H. Ning, Y. He, S. Zhang, W. Jiao

Search and Discovery.com

... subshctures, shallow targets, steep dip structures and rapidly changed faults and strata, which cause seismic wave very complex. Considering the urban buildings...

Unknown

Seismic Reflection and Mineral Prospecting: ABSTRACT

R. G. Nelson

AAPG Bulletin

... one seeks to avoid spatial aliasing problems in areas of steep dip and structural complexity. Processing techniques suitable for a particular area may...

1982

Geology and Secondary Oil Recovery

Parke A. Dickey

Tulsa Geological Society

... permeable sands, and a relatively steep dip, are the geological conditions which are favorable to water-drive behavior. Fortunately, there appear...

1945

ABSTRACT: Seismic Reflection and Mineral Prospecting

R.G. Nelson

Circum Pacific Council Publications

... to avoid spatial aliasing problems in areas of steep dip a n d structural complexity. Processing techniques suitable for a particular area may also...

1982

Graphical Methods of Calculation in Interpretation in Work with the Torsion Balance: REPLY

C. A. Heiland

AAPG Bulletin

... approximations in order to make the computations at all practicable. For asymmetrical irregular structures of steep dip or for irregular ore bodies...

1929

A Comparison of the Various Methods of Dip Migration

H. Bruce Mayo

Oklahoma City Geological Society

...A Comparison of the Various Methods of Dip Migration H. Bruce Mayo 1958 322 324 In the preliminary discussions covering the material to be presented...

1958

Interval Velocity Modeling of Celebes Molasse as Post Collision in Banggai-Sula Foreland Basin, Eastern Sulawesi, Indonesia

Anggoro P. Kurniawan, Maikel Arifin, Wahyuni T. Sundari, Sardjito, Nurhadi Budi, Hasan Nurudin

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... sediments have steep dip eastward up to 5° – 20° and onlap to Miocene platform carbonate below it due to exhumation process in post collision stage...

2016

Seismic Imaging of Steeply-Dipping Salt Ridges in the Mississippi Interior Salt Basin

Karl J. Kaufmann , Richard Ianniello , Oliver Carroll

GCAGS Transactions

... - because of spatial aliasing, the group interval, or more properly the CDP interval, limits the degree of steep dip that can be migrated. Line Length...

1992

Beam Migration for Imaging of Complex Structures

Karl Schleicher, John Sherwood, Lynn Comeaux, Mazin Farouki

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... structure. Downward continuation methods are able to handle multi-arrivals, but their inability to image steep dips is a severe limitation. We present...

2009

Diving Geology: ABSTRACT

J. A. Forman

AAPG Bulletin

... failures. In the areas where the diving method is applicable, it is a very effective and relatively inexpensive way to explore for oil. In areas of steep...

1966

Three-Dimensional Control

G. E. Anderson

Oklahoma City Geological Society

... by the type geology for the area. In areas of relatively gentle dips, crossing seismic profile lines will probably suffice. However, in areas of steep dip...

1958

Stratigraphic Correction of Electric Logs in Steep Inhole Dip Areas by Use of Dental Dam Technique: GEOLOGICAL NOTES

D. S. Stone

AAPG Bulletin

...Stratigraphic Correction of Electric Logs in Steep Inhole Dip Areas by Use of Dental Dam Technique: GEOLOGICAL NOTES D. S. Stone 1964 1941 1944 48...

1964

Projected Sections for Areas of Steep Dip

Harry J. Fenton

Oklahoma City Geological Society

...Projected Sections for Areas of Steep Dip Harry J. Fenton 1958 321 321 In steep dip country it is preferable to lay out the seismic lines along...

1958

Taloga Field

Geology Department

Kansas Geological Society

... with very steep dip on the east flank. The steep dip on the east flank may be caused by a deep-seated fault which does not cut the Morrowan or younger...

1959

Abstract: A Phase Shift Plus Interpolation Extrapolation for Two-way Wave Equation Migration; #90172 (2014)

Jianhua Pan

Search and Discovery.com

... demonstrates that this two-way PSPI migration allows steep dip to be imaged. Introduction Seismic migration is usually conducted these days using either...

2014

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