Seismic Interpretation

Audience

This course is suitable for geologists, geophysicists and engineers who have a basic understanding of exploration methodologies.

Content

Seismic Geophysics: Seismic waves, Normal Reflection, Acoustic Impedance, Reflection Coefficients, Wavelets, Vertical / Horizontal Resolution, Thinnest beds to be resolved

Seismic Data: Seismic, Well data, Non-seismic geophysical data

Acquisition & Processing: Land and marine Seismic Acquisition and Processing

Incorporating Geological Information: Surface geology and other geophysical methods

Picking and Mapping Horizons: Reflection, Interpretation pitfalls, Migration effects, Mapping

Structural Interpretation: Structural geology terminology, Classification of structures

Sequence Stratigraphy: Controls and basic concepts, Parasequence sets and flooding surfaces, Sequences and systems tracts

Seismic Stratigraphic Analysis: Recognition of Sequences in Seismic

Advanced Seismic Interpretation Techniques: Post-stack amplitude analysis, Seismic attributes, Surface attributes, Other techniques, AVO, Impedance inversion

Depth Conversion: Estimates of depth on seismic data, time / depth data from wells and stacking velocities

Duration

5-day

Number of Participants

Max 20

Prerequisites

None

Software Used

None

Course Format

Classroom exercises and presentations

Audience

This course is suitable for geologists, geophysicists and engineers who have a basic understanding of exploration methodologies.

Content

- Seismic Geophysics: Seismic waves, Normal Reflection, Acoustic Impedance, ReflectionCoefficients, Wavelets, Vertical / Horizontal Resolution, Thinnest beds to be resolved

- Seismic Data: Seismic, Well data, Non-seismic geophysical data

- Acquisition & Processing:Land and marine Seismic Acquisition and Processing

- Incorporating Geological Information: Surface geology and other geophysical methods

- Picking and Mapping Horizons: Reflection, Interpretation pitfalls, Migration effects, Mapping

- Structural Interpretation: Structural geology terminology, Classification of structures

- Sequence Stratigraphy: Controls and basic concepts, Parasequence sets and floodingsurfaces, Sequences and systems tracts

- Seismic Stratigraphic Analysis: Recognition of Sequences in Seismic

- Advanced Seismic Interpretation Techniques: Post-stack amplitude analysis, Seismicattributes, Surface attributes, Other techniques, AVO, Impedance inversion

- Depth Conversion: Estimates of depth on seismic data, time / depth data from wells andstacking velocities

Learning Objectives

Duration

5-day

Number of Participants

Max 20

Prerequisites

None

Software Used

None

Course Format

Classroom exercises and presentations

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