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Fullband imaging

Zhengmin Zhang, Jiwei Jia, Geping Fu, Hao Zhang, David Chow, Barry Hung, Ian Anstey, Wai Leong Lai

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

... of the data to be imaged with higher signal-to-noise ratio. The next step was to handle the absorption effects caused by the gas pockets and the Earth...

2016

Broadband Seismic Technology and Beyond: Part VII: CGGs BroadSeis „ A Change of Thinking

Lesse Amundsen, Martin Landrø

GEO ExPro Magazine

... a broadband wavelet with high signal-to-noise ratio. The issue of receiver ghosts is longstanding in the seismic industry. We are starting to see a range...

2014

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

Scott Singleton, Mark Suda

GCAGS Transactions

... reflectors (this data condition will be corrected in a later step). Signal/noise (S/N) enhancement and spectral balancing are relatively benign processes...

2012

Abstract: Estimating Q from Hydraulic Fracture Related Seismicity; #90187 (2014)

Gisela Viegas, Adam Baig, Ted Urbancic, Eric von Lunen, Jason Hendrick, and Sean Lovric

Search and Discovery.com

...-spectrum (blue lines). The frequency-range for each individual fit is different depending on the signal to noise ratio for each sensor. NetMoment Method...

2014

Integrated Amplitude versus Offset (AVO) Approach for Delineating Stratigraphic Traps

M. Azuddin M. Yusof

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... a seismic interpreter point of view, this would only result in more seismic data of poorer signal-to-noise ratio. Imagine if we have a 3D AVO cube...

1999

Abstract: Fit for Purpose Seismic Reservoir Characterisation (Geophysics Poster 9)

Troy Thompson, Matthew Lamont, Carlo Bevilacqua, Natasha Hendrick

Geological Society of Malaysia (GSM)

... high signal-to-noise ratio and statistical independence (Herrmann and Cambois, 2001). A simple scan through rotation angles can then be undertaken...

2011

Abstract: A Long-Period Long Duration Microseismic Event: Evidenceof Cardium Formation Induced Microseismicity?; #90224 (2015)

Andy St-Onge and David W. Eaton

Search and Discovery.com

.... The event has little coherent energy above 60 Hz and persists longer than any other recorded signal or noise. Moreover, the anomaly was recorded...

2015

The Role of Regional Seismic Surveys in the Exploration of the North West Shelf

J. Ostby, C. Johnston

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

... km) helps with this process; the Radon transform seems sensitive to noisy gathers, and can produce inferior results if the signal to noise ratio...

1994

Lithology and Fluid Seismic Determination for the Acae Area, Puerto Colon Oil Field, Colombia

F. H. Gómez, J. P. Castagna

Asociación Colombiana de Geólogos y Geofisicos del Petróleo (ACGGP)

... the effective signal to noise ratio, an angle-gather to find the effective angles at the reservoir time (0o-36o), and finally a range limited stacks...

2004

Current Trends in Geophysics

H. E. Stommel, J. M. Graul

Indonesian Petroleum Association

.... Vibrating shear wave sources and horizontally oriented receivers have produced shear information of surprisingly high signal-to-noise ratio. Controlled...

1978

Study of the Seismic Attenuation Generated by the Mud Layer in Lake Maracaibo, Venezuela

J. Perez, E. Andara, B. Malave

Asociación Colombiana de Geólogos y Geofisicos del Petróleo (ACGGP)

... are considered: viscous losses, solid friction losses and gassy sediment effect. In order to verify and understand if the low signal/noise ratio in the seismic...

2006

Technical Article: Finding Subtle Traps with Seismic: Interpretative Criteria Clarified

A. Easton Wren

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

... stratigraphy applications to hydrocarbon exploration (AAPG Memoir 26) that the the basic seismic data involved are the the signal-to-noise ratio...

1986

Data Enhancement from a 486-Channel Streamer

Bill Dragoset, Ken Larner

Pacific Section of AAPG

... (the first 100 msec should be discounted because of wide-angle reflection and refraction effects) and clearly better signal-to-noise ratio in the deeper...

1980

Seismic Detection of Upper Dakota Sandstones on the Moxa Arch, Green River Basin, Wyoming, Using Amplitude Versus Offset Data

C. Dean Lausten

Wyoming Geological Association

.... These were found to be too noisy for reliable offset response evaluation. This data set has, however, a very high signal to noise ratio. The unsummed...

1989

AVO Analysis of a Pennsylvanian Age Channel Sandstone in the Arkoma Basin, Oklahoma

Eric Kubera

Oklahoma City Geological Society

... on a stacked section, assuming that the discontinuous response is not a function of the signal/noise ratio of the trace gathers being analyzed...

1997

ABSTRACT: CSEM imaging in the Black Sea; #90109 (2010)

Eva-Maria Rumpfhuber, Adrian Ciucivara, Ken Green, Dennis Willen, Glenn Bear

Search and Discovery.com

... can understand which targets can be recovered and what signal-to-noise levels would be required to retrieve each target. We also investigated the range...

2010

Abstract: Lithostatic-Load Effects in Geologically Constrained Model Building for Foothills Anisotropic Seismic Imaging; #90255 (2017)

Rob W Vestrum, Greg Cameron, Dennis Ellison, Zoë Vestrum

Search and Discovery.com

... settings, like a continental rift in Central Africa or a thrust belt in the Andes, seismic data is often affected by low signal-to-noise ratios...

2017

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance: A Technique for Direct Nondestructive Evaluation of Source-Rock Potential

Francis P. Miknis , J. Ward Smith , Edwin K. Maughan , Gary E. Maciel

AAPG Bulletin

... accumulated for a desired signal-to-noise ratio. For the spectra shown in this paper, approximately 50,000 transients were recorded at a 1-second pulse...

1982

Interpolation Using Higher Dimensions: A Case Study ON KE2 Three-Dimensional Transition Zone Seismic Survey, Madura Field, Indonesia

Cecep Sutisna, Frans Langitan, Vishal Kumar, Keat Huat Teng, Pongga Wardaya

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... interpolation produces a cleaner image, as noise cannot be predicted in higher dimensions and thus the signal-to-noise ratio is enhanced (Figure 4...

2015

Seismic Migration: Part 7. Geophysical Methods

Ken Larner, David Hale

AAPG Special Volumes

... signal-to-noise ratio while producing a seismic time section that simulates what would have been recorded in a zero-offset seismic survey, that is, one...

1992

Electrical Methods: Part 7. Geophysical Methods

Arnold S. Orange

AAPG Special Volumes

... fields as energy sources. An advantage is the control over energy levels and the attendant positive effects on signal to noise ratio in areas of high...

1992

Abstract: Point Receiver Acquisition and Processing for Arctic Near Surface Challenges; #90171 (2013)

C. Strobbia, A.Glushchenko, A. Laake, P.L.Vermeer, S. Papworth, and Y. Ji

Search and Discovery.com

... perturbations maximize the signal to noise ratio and the frequency and preserve the signal attributes, for cleaner pre-stack data. All these elements...

2013

Learning from 40 Years Experience: Risking Seismic Amplitude Anomaly Prospects; #110139 (2010)

Mike Forrest

Search and Discovery.com

....” Factors: o Rock physics o Seismic signal-to-noise ratio o Geology vs. seismic resolution. Review the Seismic and Rock Physics. Can DHI’s be a factor in your...

2010

Abstract: P-wave AVAz Modeling: A Haynesville Case Study; #90224 (2015)

Jon Downton

Search and Discovery.com

... the effect of fracturing for a given signal-to-noise ratio? If so, what is the seismic response and what attributes best highlight this response? To try...

2015

Seismic Modeling and Expression of Common Fold-Thrust Belt Structures; #42266 (2018)

Jianjun Li, Shankar Mitra

Search and Discovery.com

.../S ratio, the frontlimbs can be imaged better because of shallower dips. However, increasing fault slip has an opposite effect. Fault reflections...

2018

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