SOUTH PERTH, Australia – Searcher Seismic has started work on a new multi-client 2D seismic data reprocessing project offshore Nova Scotia, eastern Canada.
The 2D seismic dataset comprises over 13,000 km (8,078 mi) of 2D data across the Scotian shelf, including the Sable sub-basin which includes produced fields and 10 undeveloped discoveries with P50 recoverable gas reserves of 1.3 tcf.
Searcher will apply its proprietary post-stack reprocessing method to rectify navigation, metadata, amplitude, phase and time to develop a contiguous legacy database that can be loaded into any interpretation software.
It will also reprocess the data by applying a modern pre-stack reprocessing sequence, including shallow water de-multiple and de-ghosting.
This, the company expects, should reveal additional leads in the form of seismic attribute anomalies that can be calibrated with discoveries and producing fields.
The East Coast Canada dataset will be available on Searcher’s on-demand web platform, sAIsmic.