To re-process or re-acquire? The seismic decision

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The Force Geophysical Methods network group invites you to join a one-day seminar to share experiences of the decision-making process on whether to re-process or re-acquire seismic data.

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Number of attendees: 102

 

Agenda:

08:15

08:45

 

Registration

   

08:45

09:00

 

Introduction

   

09:00

09:30

 

talk 1 - keynote

Bill Shea

Chasing the Holy Grail: Taking Stock of True Amplitude Imaging in an Era of Rapid Seismic Technology Improvement

09:30

09:55

 

talk 2

Ross Milne

The technical justification for ocean bottom seismic, past and present

09:55

10:10

 

coffee break

 

10:10

10:35

 

talk 3

Nina Lebedeva-Ivanova

Towards meter-scale resolution of 3D seismic data:  theoretical analysis and case studies in the Barents Sea and the Vøring Basin

10:35

11:00

 

talk 4

Geir Mikkelsen

Jasper(PL 255B) Shallow Hazards Drilling Evaluation Through Innovative Seismic Processing

11:00

11:15

 

coffee break

 

11:15

11:40

 

talk 5

Vetle Vinje

Modelling-based survey and processing design

11:40

12:05

 

talk 6

Alexander Sakharov

Dual-azimuth depth imaging of marine surveys over Fenja Field

12:05

13:05

 

lunch

   

13:05

13:35

 

talk 7 - keynote

Per-Eivind Dhelie

A decade of marine seismic technology development from an oil company perspective. What does the future hold?

13:35

14:00

 

talk 8

Paul Fallon

Central North Sea – Application of new imaging technologies to legacy data

14:00

14:25

 

Plenum Discussion

   

14:25

14:40

 

coffee break

 

14:40

15:05

 

talk 9

Jan Nilssen

Multiazimuth processing and imaging an NCS example

15:05

15:30

 

talk 10

Allan McKay

Survey Design Considerations and Potential Solutions for Cost-Effective High Definition 4D Monitoring

 

 

With the ever-increasing availability of seismic data on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, and rapid evolution of processing and acquisition technology, it can be a daunting task to determine if the data covering an area of interest are good enough to meet your objectives or whether new seismic data must be considered

The focus of this seminar is on sharing results and case studies that outline workflows employed on the NCS to determine the suitability of seismic data, the efforts taken to improve data quality and the key factors used to realise the full potential of seismic data or aiding the decision to re-acquire.  

 

Topics for discussion will include, but are not limited to, decisions to re-acquire, re-process / re-image or condition data to: 

• Improve the reservoir or trap definition 

• Improve reliability of AVO response 

• Achieve broadband data via new acquisition or from re-processing 

• Replace site survey acquisition with bespoke reprocessing 

• Use multiclient data as 4D baseline or monitor

In addition, presentations covering the following topics are welcome.

• Seismic acquisition design to determine data suitability or new acquisition parameters 

• Impact of seismic decision on exploration portfolio, development plan or production optimization. 

Submit your contribution with title and a short abstract to one of the committee members listed below. To encourage an informal exchange of ideas there is no obligation to permanently publish material presented at seminar.

You can join the meeting from Harstad, see detail under:

Harstad
NPD Offices
Adress: Storgata 49, 9406 Harstad
Contact: Lars Gunder Klefstad to save a seat
Capasity:7-8
Arrival: 0800-0830
Lunch will be served

 

Fees

Member: free
Non-member: NOK 1000,-
Student/University: free

Please find registration box at the top of the page.

Important information 
You can register as a FORCE member and pay "FORCE member" price if you are an employee of a member company. All FORCE members are listed here.
Payment is made online with credit card. Please note that no refunds will be given after you have signed up. If you for any reason can not attend the seminar, you are welcome to send a representative, just inform Linn Smerud as soon as there are changes.

 

Oppdatert: 30.07.2019