This selection of technologies are chosen from a very broad portfolio of signal processing techniques. They are all designed to enhance structural continuity, boost resolution of fine details, and optimize amplitude and phase consistency in preparation for reservoir characterization.
The VariQ time- and space-variant absorption estimation and compensation technique estimates and applies an absorption compensation without any residual amplitude or phase errors, and with no restrictions on field variability.
With advanced seismic noise reduction and signal extraction, Vector High Fidelity (VHF) enhances the natural bandwidth of virtually any seismic survey by simultaneously optimizing the signal and frequency content. Application of this technology improves temporal resolution, reduces noise, and extends useable bandwidth for structural interpretation, improving inversion results.
Layer parallel smoothing (LPS) is a technique that acts as a powerful noise attenuator by smoothing along the local reflector dip (therefore, protecting dipping primary events), while preserving local discontinuities such as fault intersections.
Applied pre- or poststack for improved resolution to reveal hidden detail in seismic images and to avoid unrealistic assumptions about earth reflectivity or the wavelet.
Remove the spatial variation in the signal wavelet caused by differences in fold or coverage, offset distribution, NMO stretch, and acquisition footprints.
Increase structural image quality in amplitude preconditioning or as preparation for detailed stratigraphic, time-lapse (4D), AVO, and inversion workflows.
Greater bandwidth and higher fidelity reservoir definition.
A high-quality regularization solution for improved input to imaging, 3D demultiple, or 4D processing.