Marine Seismic Acquisition Techniques
Innovative techniques for a custom marine-acquisition solution
Regardless of the complexity and requirements of your marine seismic challenge, our wide range of acquisition techniques and the ability to combine them provide the level of subsurface illumination and image fidelity you will need to make informed decisions about your reservoir.
Coil Shooting single-vessel full-azimuth (FAZ) acquisition is a technique of acquiring marine seismic data while following a circular path—taking geophysics further by enhancing on current multi- and wide-azimuth techniques.
Dual Coil Shooting multivessel full-azimuth acquisition further extends the capabilities of the Coil Shooting technique by allowing acquisition of full-azimuth seismic data with very long offsets through the use of multiple vessels traveling in continuous circles.
The ObliQ sliding-notch broadband acquisition and imaging technique optimizes the recorded bandwidth of the seismic signal by combining slant-streamer acquisition with a proprietary deghosting methodology and a newly developed broadband seismic source.
The DISCover broadband deep interpolated streamer coverage technique is designed to efficiently deliver 3D seismic data with an enhanced bandwidth, providing increases in both low frequencies for deeper penetration and high frequencies for improved resolution.
SimSource simultaneous seismic source acquisition and processing technique enables multiple shots to be fired at once for better coverage and greater azimuthal diversity in marine surveys.
Continuous Line Acquisition significantly increases the efficiency of marine seismic data acquisition operations by shooting and collecting data during vessel turns.
We offer a complete 4D solution from feasibility studies to inversion and history matching, the latest acquisition techniques, and global expertise.
Innovative marine acquisition techniques such as multi-azimuth (MAZ), wide-azimuth (WAZ), and rich-azimuth (RAZ) are aimed at addressing the illumination problems inherent in traditional narrow-azimuth marine seismic.
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