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Application of Lift Technique before Spectral Decomposition to Re-Model Channel Distribution in the Sungai Gelam Field, Jambi

Agi Robby Rizaldi, Firman Fauzi

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... characteristics. Noise is generally classified into two categories, random noise and coherent noise. One of the most complex challenges in seismic...

2015

Pre-drill Reservoir Evaluation Using Passive Seismic Imaging

Charles Sicking, Jan Vermilye, Ashley Yaner

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... noise in the field data is required for valid testing of the method because reflectivity noise and coherent surface wave noise dominate passive data...

2016

Abstract: 3D Coil Shooting Survey on Tulip Field: Data Processing Overview … Planning, Challenges and Opportunities (Geophysics Poster 18)

Michelle Tham, Michele Buia, Riccardo Vercesi, Swee Leng Ng, Andreas Tyasbudi Waluyo, Suyang Chen

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... the application of 3D processing algorithms. When processing a Coil shooting survey, 128 the first difference, compared to the conventional data...

2011

Abstract: Interferometric Assessment of Clamping Quality of Borehole Geophones; #90224 (2015)

Yoones Vaezi and Mirko van der Baan

Search and Discovery.com

... experiments refers to a technique for reconstructing coherent part of noise, which is deeply buried into local seemingly incoherent noise, propagating...

2015

3D Seismic Data Conditioning to Enhance Fault Interpretation

Mohammad Nashruddin Solihulhadi, William Amelio Tolioe

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... in acquisition and data processing techniques. In some cases conventional seismic recording cannot describe geological events in the data, such as faults...

2007

Appendix A: Considerations for Optimum 3-D Survey Design, Acquisition and Processing

R. Malcolm Lansley

AAPG Special Volumes

... acquisition and processing. In water depths up to approximately 130 meters (a physical limit of conventional ocean bottom systems) the conventional OBC/OBS...

2011

Tulip Field 3D Coil Shooting Survey„Preliminary Data Processing Results

Michele Buia, Riccardo Vercesi, Michelle Tham, Dmitry Nikolenko, Andreas Tyasbudi Waluyo, Swee Leng Ng

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... that the circular geometry and the local geology would introduce some challenges in data treatment and processing. There were a number of challenges...

2010

Data Enhancement from a 486-Channel Streamer

Bill Dragoset, Ken Larner

Pacific Section of AAPG

... weighted and nonuniformly spaced arrays designed to attenuate coherent noise such as ground roll, and mini-streamers designed to obtain high-resolution...

1980

Abstract: Noise and its Effect on Microseismic Event Locations; #90174 (2014)

Neda Boroumand and Henry Bland

Search and Discovery.com

... [email protected] Summary Noise can be considered anything that interferes with the desired signal. It is generally divided into coherent...

2014

Abstract: Importance of Pre-Frack Site Surveys and Broadband Seismometers to Microseismic Monitoring; #90174 (2014)

N. Ackerley and N. Spriggs

Search and Discovery.com

..., the site noise can be reduced by array-processing methods, including, in some cases, simple stacking. In any case it is important to have a good...

2014

Reduction of the Seismic Data Management Problem by Sign Bit Recording

J'T. O'Brien, W. P. Kamp, G. M. Hoover, G. W. Crosby

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... the problem. Theoretical treatment indicates that coherent signals can be recovered from sign bit records with requisite dynamic range...

1979

Predicting Frac Performance and Active Producing Volumes Using Microseismic Data

Charles J. Sicking, Jan Vermilye, Alfred Lacazette

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... perpendicular to the linear arrays of the grid arms and passes the coherent nose into the image. The orthogonal grid samples the noise at multiple azimuths...

2015

DAS Microseismic Monitoring and Integration With Strain Measurements in Hydraulic Fracture Profiling

Martin Karrenbach, Andrew Ridge, Steve Cole, Kevin Boone, Dan Kahn, Jamie Rich, Ken Silver, Dave Langton

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... was obtained in both cases. In the first case, where the fiber was located in the treatment well, a URTeC 2670716 2 conventional three-component...

2017

Time-Lapse WAW VSP Imaging of an Unconventional Reservoir Using DAS Fiber Optics

J. Andres Chavarria, Dan Kahn, David Langton, Steve Cole, Xinyang Li

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... for conventional processing. However, for long horizontal wells where coverage from the vertical 3D VSP image may not be as large, adjustments...

2019

Considerations in Azimuthal Processing and Velocity Inversion for Unconventional Plays

Michael J. Perz, William Keller, Victor Kriechbaum

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... piecewise on each spoke. Though not apparent in Figure 1, in other parts of our test subvolume we observed strong organization of linear noise on each azimuth...

2018

Distinguishing Natural Reactivated Fractures from Hydraulic Induced Fractures using Microseismic Event Analysis, #41306 (2014)

Sherilyn Williams-Stroud, William Barker, Kevin Smith

Search and Discovery.com

... (USA) Inc., Houston, TX, USA 2 Abstract Microseismicity induced during the stimulation treatment of a tight gas reservoir were mapped using a shallow...

2014

A New Method of Neostress Determination From Passive Seismic Data

Alfred Lacazette, Alan Morris

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... cumulative seismic activity (Lacazette et al, 2014). If coherent noise was not cleaned adequately at the trace processing stage it will become...

2015

Abstract: Data Processing from a Single-Well Microseismic Monitoring in Western Canada Using a Newly Developed MATLAB Based Package (Camps); #90224 (2015)

Jubran Akram and David W. Eaton

Search and Discovery.com

...Abstract: Data Processing from a Single-Well Microseismic Monitoring in Western Canada Using a Newly Developed MATLAB Based Package (Camps); #90224...

2015

Pematang Lantih Vibroseis 3D Seismic Survey: An Innovative Technique Applied in Sumatra

Adde Avrino, Jacques Bonnafé-Clauss, Susanto S. Wibowo, Jeres R. Cherdasa, Rimbawan Prathidina, Nobuhito Shimada, Stevanus P. Silaban

Indonesian Petroleum Association

...). PROCESSING Noise removal The first type of noise, often referred to as ‘chimney noise’, contaminates the very near offsets, typically less than 200m...

2018

Advanced Approach Toward Understanding Geologically Complex Area Using MDRS (Multi-Dip CRS): A Case Study

Naoshi Aoki, Shogo Narahara, Akihisa Takahashi, Tsukasa Nishiki

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... by the CRS method but coherent noise is also boosted in 2 sec around a distance of 8 km. Conflicting Dip Problem Conventional stacking methods can not depict...

2011

Case Study - Advanced Seismic Acquisitions and Processing Results in Indonesia

Michele Buia, Bakhrudin Mansyur, Herastya Iman Priyonggo

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... introduces some new typical challenges in data treatment [Reilly and Hird, 1994; Reilly, 1995].The first was the presence of turning noise...

2011

Geological Considerations during Microseismic Monitoring, Processing, and Interpretation of Hydraulic Fracture Treatment

J. Le Calvez, S. Hanson-Hedgecock, P. Primiero, T. Al-Wadhahi, O. Harrasi

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

...Geological Considerations during Microseismic Monitoring, Processing, and Interpretation of Hydraulic Fracture Treatment J. Le Calvez, S. Hanson...

2016

Fluorescent Dye Penetrant Technique for Displaying Obscure Structures in Limestone: NOTES

Syed A. Ali , Malcolm P. Weiss

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

... contrast. After dye treatment, and under incident ultraviolet light, the linear fabric of fossil fragments becomes quite apparent (fig. 2...

1968

Assessment of a Marcellus Shale Prospect Using Seismic, Microseismic, and Completions Data

Scott Singleton, Mark Suda

GCAGS Transactions

..., such as repeated S/N enhancement runs, FXY deconvolution or K filtering (i.e., wavenumber filter for linear coherent noise), or spectral enhancement to bring out...

2012

Widening the Acquisition Time Window with Swell Noise Attenuation Capability (Geophysics Paper 3)

George McKinley, Wayne Zanussi

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... acquired, seismic processing efforts were capable of attenuating the resultant noise to a level which was considered acceptable for further processing...

2008

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