EAGE E-Lecture Series


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2014-09-12 04:00
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EAGE E-lecture: Satellite InSAR Data by Alessandro Ferretti

Satellite radar data for surface deformation monitoring are gaining increasing attention. They provide a powerful tool for remotely measuring small surface displacements that can be applied successfully to many different applications, spanning from sin...
Alessandro Ferretti author

EAGE E-lecture: Pseudo-elastic Impedance by Per Avseth

In recent years, elastic inversion and quantitative interpretation of pre-stack seismic data have become standard procedures in the petroleum industry. In this presentation, Per Avseth (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) compares extended ...
Per Avseth author

EAGE E-lecture: High Resolution 3D Tunnel Seismic Reflection at Olkiluoto, Finland by Calin Cosma

Calin Cosma (Vibrometic) describes the high-resolution seismic techniques, used for rock characterization ahead and around the access tunnel of the spent nuclear fuel disposal facility, currently being built at Olkiluoto, Finland. Long fractures and de...
Calin Cosma author

EAGE E-lecture: Volume Based Modeling: Automated Construction of Complex Structural Models by Laurent Souche

Laurent Souche (Schlumberger) exposes the latest advances in structural modeling. After discussing the conceptual differences between surface-based and volume-based approaches for building 3D faulted structural models of the subsurface, the key algorit...
Laurent Souche author

EAGE E-lecture: Seismic Multiple Removal Techniques by Eric Verschuur

Eric Verschuur offers a short version of his EET 1 tour, explaining how multiple reflections influence seismic measurements. An overview is provided of the techniques that were developed to remove them, from the (high-resolution) parabolic Radon transf...
Eric Verschuur author

EAGE E-lecture: Seismic 4D Inversion for Quantitative Use in Automated History Matching by Milana Ayzenberg

Milana Ayzenberg (Statoil) discusses the different aspects of using 4D seismic for conditioning reservoir models. Assisted history matching is employed to match the reservoir production history and the 4D seismic inversion data simultaneously. The thre...
Milana Ayzenberg author

EAGE E-lecture: Least Squares Reverse Time Migration by Bin Wang

Bin Wang (TGS) briefly introduces a new imaging algorithm called Least Squares RTM (LSRTM). LSRTM is an inversion-based imaging algorithm, which aims to derive a better reflectivity image. Similar to Full Waveform Inversion, LSRTM is trying to minimize...
Bin Wang author

EAGE E-lecture: Rock Physics and Seismic Reservoir Prediction by Per Avseth

Per Avseth (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) discusses Rock Physics and Seismic Reservoir Prediction Constrained by Depositional and Burial Trends. Outline: 1. Rock physics background and motivation. 2. Using compactional depth trends to...
Per Avseth author

EAGE E-lecture: Seismic Geomechanics by Jorg Herwanger

Jorg Herwanger (IKON Science, previously Schlumberger) discusses the process of building and calibrating geomechanical models using 3D and 4D seismic data. He analyzes the three main uses that seismic data provide in building geomechanical models: hori...
Jorg Herwanger author