LONDON – Spectrum Geo Ltd. has another East Coast US seismic data reprocessing project under way. Spectrum says the project has 19,000 km (11,806 mi) of 2D data acquired before the mid-1980s exploration halt.
A combined cascaded demultiple solution consisting of SRME (Surface Related Multiple Elimination) and Radon improves data fidelity over prior pre-processing which either had no demultiple technique applied or a very basic FK (frequency wave-number) demultiple, says Spectrum It also says proprietary amplitude preserving model building and imaging workflow facilitates the retention of true amplitude AVO (amplitude variations with offset) response, resulting in imaged sections showing significant improvement over the vintage stacked data displays.
Spectrum earlier reprocessed nearly 30,000 km (18,641 mi) of vintage data from offshore the East Coast on a proprietary basis.
Spectrum to reprocess more US Atlantic coast data
Spectrum Geo Ltd. has another East Coast US seismic data reprocessing project under way.