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High-Resolution Reservoir Delineation by Integrated Seismic Processing – North Sea Case StudyNormal access

Authors: S. Dingwall, S.A. Petersen, M.E. Craven, W.S. Leaney, J.H. Meyer and P.J. Smith
Event name: 66th EAGE Conference & Exhibition
Session: Seismic Imaging, Case Studies
Publication date: 07 June 2004
Organisations: EAGE
Language: English
Info: Extended abstract, PDF ( 1.89Mb )
Price: € 20

Summary:
P214 HIGH-RESOLUTION RESERVOIR DELINEATION BY INTEGRATED SEISMIC PROCESSING: A NORTH SEA CASE STUDY. Summary 1 An integrated seismic processing project was established in order to produce consistent highest-resolution reservoir images of the Shetland chalk interval over a limited area of the Oseberg field. The primary project goals were defined as (i) generation of improved surface seismic reservoir imaging of the chalk interval and (ii) highest-resolution borehole 2D and 3D seismic images (both temporal and lateral) using new generation processing approaches and migration parameters. A secondary objective was also defined as anisotropic AVO/AVA analysis of the top chalk reflection local to


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