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Define the Deepwater Prospect

Characterizing deepwater uncertainties

In deep water, the objective is to maximize prospect knowledge and reduce technical and economic variables. Deeper waters are often accompanied by deeper prospects, often hidden below complex and seismically opaque geological structures. Innovative acquisition techniques and new workflows enable geophysicists to better characterize the uncertainty based on better images of the subsurface.

Acquiring high-quality seismic and well data is the starting point for all reservoir simulations. Complementary data conditioning, processing, and workflows are critical for obtaining optimal results from subsequent reservoir modeling and forecasting.

Illuminate Complex Structures

Seismic Interpretation

Pre-Drill Reservoir Properties

Pre-Drill Pore Pressures

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Unified Approach Builds Most Accurate Earth Models Yet

Earth Model Building
Learn more about our unified approach and the tools we use to build the most accurate earth models possible for E&P applications. Visit Earth Model Building page

Advanced Techniques Provide Geophysical Solutions

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