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The next-generation of seismic reservoir characterisation technology
In the E&P industry, AVO inversion is a well-established methodology to derive reservoir properties from seismic data. Traditionally, this method is based on a linearisation of seismic wave-propagation, meaning that the used data model assumes primary reflections only. In this seminar the co-founders of Delft Inversion, Peter Haffinger and Panos Doulgeris, will present a wave-equation based AVO technology.
WEB-AVO iteratively solves the wave-equation and accurately models complex wave-propagation including multiple scattering and mode conversions over the target interval. As a consequence, quantitative reservoir properties can be derived from band-limited seismic data. Another unique aspect of WEB-AVO is that it solves directly for reservoir models in terms of compressibility (inverse of bulk modulus) and shear compliance (inverse of shear modulus).
These parameters turn out to be much more suitable to detect changes in reservoir fluids and lithology than can be achieved with conventional parameterisations, e.g. acoustic impedance, shear impedance, Vp/Vs. The presentation will include a company overview, a high-level explanation of the technology and three case studies from different geological plays.
FORCE seminars have previously been fully booked with waiting lists so you are encouraged to sign up as soon as you know you will attend.
FORCE members: Free
Non-members: NOK 1000,-
Please find registration box at the top right of the page.
You can register as a FORCE member and pay "FORCE member" price if you are an employee of a member company.
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Payment is made online by credit card. Please note that no refunds will be given after you have signed up. If you for any reason can not attend the workshop, you are welcome to send a representative, just inform Linn Smerud as soon as there are changes.