Tailored broadband seismic data that meets your exploration needs
Our optimal deghosting (ODG) technique removes receiver-side ghost notches in the seismic bandwidth, particularly for deep-towed cables. It boosts frequency content at both the high and low ends of the spectrum, providing you with tailored broadband seismic data for your exploration needs. Whether ODG is used on single- or multimeasurement data, it produces a fully deghosted seismic dataset with an optimal S/N ratio and improved frequency content. This technique is ideal for structural imaging, inversion, and rock property characterization.
Addresses both the low and high ends of the frequency spectrum
ODG was originally developed for combining pressure wavefields acquired by combinations of hydrophone-only streamers from over-under or similar acquisition types. ODG can also be applied to combine pressure (P) and vertical velocity (Z) data recorded by multimeasurement marine streamers. In both cases, ODG removes the receiver-side ghost and extends the recorded bandwidth of your data at both the low and high ends of the frequency spectrum.