High-resolution unsupervised 3D segmentation of waveforms for quick geomorphological analysis - Free webinar on Thursday 14 April, 4 pm CET by Friso Brouwer and dGB Earth Sciences.
Often exploration for oil and gas with seismic data starts with a quick look analysis to assess multiple areas, datasets and stratigraphic levels. This aids both the general understanding of the area and the data. It also helps prioritizing areas that are worth, applying more time consuming and expensive workflow.
In this webinar a workflow, with all steps done in OpendTect, is presented that aids identification of good quality reservoir elements in a quick, yet rigorous manner. The workflow uses different plugins, such as Seismic Coloured Inversion, Neural Networks and HorizonCube.
The result is an analysis that uses
- seismic geomorphology, a ‘geology first’ interpretation method
- neural network classification of relative impedance data, a ‘geophysics first’ method in a tightly integrated fashion.
The sophisticated, integrated nature of the workflow does not hinder a quick through-put. The workflow can be completed in a matter of days or faster to screen a prospective area for the possible presence of high quality reservoir(s).
The video shows an example from Maui New Zealand
We hope to see you online!
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