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GVERSE Geophysics (Seismic Interpretation software) - Stay tuned!
With GVERSE Geophysics pick your horizons and mark your faults in our highly interactive 3D viewer. Make quick seed picks using a multitude of picking and editing tools and use our auto tracking algorithms to generate horizon surfaces. Use our integrated solution to access multiple views and blending capabilities to track fault surface for improving accuracy.
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GVERSE Geophysics (Seismic Interpretation software) - Coming Soon!
An interpretation system that focuses on greater productivity and collaboration with comprehensive 3D volume interpretation and superior 2D/3D visualization capabilities than any other solution available.
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Horizon picking in GVERSE Geophysics (Seismic Interpretation Software)
GVERSE Geophysics enables #geoscientists to execute end-to-end workflows for basic interpretation and more advanced geophysical workflows. Everything you need to do with horizon interpretation is located in one convenient location. Here is a complete demonstration of horizon picking in #GVERSE Geophysics.
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GVERSE Geophysics (Seismic Interpretation software)
Work with the most advanced geophysical workflows that focus on greater productivity in a comprehensive 3D interpretation environment with unrivaled visualization capabilities. Derived from years of R&D, our solution enables geoscientists to execute end to end workflows in a single seamless environment.
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introduction to seismic interpretation
by using kingdom software, seismic interpretation data loading etc
introduction to seismic interpretation
seismic interpretation steps on kingdom software
World-Class Seismic Interpretation on Windows®
Kamal Hami-Eddine, Technical Sales Advisor, discusses Paradigm's world class seismic interpretation solution on the Windows® operating system. Topics Covered: -Windows-based interpretation workflow -Expand beyond interpretation -Workflow and data integration: A step forward in risk assessment
Views: 4956 ParadigmLtd
LMKR viewed as one of the best Seismic Interpretation software providers
LMKR viewed as one of the best Seismic Interpretation software providers! We scored high on all three accounts - Performance, Customer Loyalty, and Cost vs Performance.
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Kingdom Suite - How to pick horizons
GVERSE Geophysics (Seismic Interpretation Software) - Releasing Soon!
Here is a complete demonstration of horizon picking in upcoming #GVERSEGeophysics. http://www.lmkr.com/gverse/GVERSE-Geophysics/
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Lesson 11 - Basics of Seismic Interpretation
Presented by Dr. Fred Schroeder, Retired from Exxon/ExxonMobil Presented on August 3, 2017
ENTER - The Interpretation Software by RPT
ENTER - The interpretation software by Rock Physics Technology. For more information visit www.rptas.no / www.rockphysicstechnology.no or click to show more. ENTER uses advanced rock physics models to predict porosity, lithology and fluid saturation from seismic data to help E&P companies de-risk prospects and analyze uncertainties in resource estimation during seismic interpretation. The software is based on the acclaimed Inverse Rock Physics Modelling-method (IRPM) by Dr. Johansen and Dr. Jensen. Video made by Goontech - "Visualizing Great Ideas". Visit: www.goontech.no Copyright: Rock Physics Technology AS, 2017 -
Faults - Seismic Interpretation Examples
Faults - Seismic Interpretation Examples
ESCI 428: Picking Horizons
ESCI 428: Picking Horizons
Views: 34157 Dale Sawyer
Seismic Data Processing in 15 Minutes - Geomage g-Platform Software
This video is a demo of start to finish processing using Geomage's g-Platform© Software. In 15 minutes, we'll take you from raw field data all the way through to Post Stack time migration. For more in-depth tutorials, visit our Youtube channel. Comments? Questions? Suggestions? Please feel free to leave them in the comments below, or contact us at [email protected] Download your free, evaluation licence of g-Platform today: http://www.geomage.com/download/
Views: 8020 Geomage
Episode 2 - Seismic Interpretation
Harrison Spiller interviews Bob Van Nieuwenhuise about seismic interpretation. Learn how software has changed the life of geologists and geophysicists over the course of time. Follow us on Twitter @ParadigmLtd
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Prestack Visualization and Analysis for Quantitative Seismic Interpretation
By Joanne Wang Quantitative seismic interpretation is routinely applied in different stages of the reservoir development cycle, such as reservoir identification and delineation. The success of a quantitative seismic interpretation project requires high-quality prestack seismic data. The importance of effective prestack data QC and evaluation cannot be overemphasized. However, the visualization and analysis of prestack data have been challenging not only to reservoir characterization specialists, but also to seismic processing and imaging geophysicists, due to its size and hardware/software limitations. Today, Paradigm provides sophisticated and efficient prestack visualization and analysis solutions based on its industry-leading visualization and interpretation canvas, enabling users to quickly visualize, interpret and analyze prestack data.
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Comprehensive Seismic Data Analysis and Interpretation with Prestack Data
By Joanne Wang Prestack seismic data is applied routinely in the process of Quantitative Seismic Interpretation (QSI) to generate varieties of seismic attributes, in order to estimate reservoir properties such as lithology, porosity and fluid. The quality of prestack seismic data governs the accuracy and uncertainties of rock property prediction. The Paradigm QSI solution provides an integrated data repository for prestack/poststack seismic data, well data, and interpretation data. In this presentation, you will see a QSI workflow that includes: Prestack data evaluation with visualization, interpretation and analysis Prestack preconditioning for seismic inversion Prestack inversion and interpretation to identify potential reservoirs Integrated analysis of various seismic attributes, such as Poisson’s ratio, Coherence Cube and spectral decomposition, to further understand the reservoir
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Tutorial - 2D Interpretation Workflow - PaleoScan™ 2018
Basic workflow for 2D seismic interpretation aimed at creating a "2.5D" and preliminary 3D geotime model from a set of seismic lines. PaleoScan™ 2018 - Eliis
Views: 320 Eliis PaleoScan
seismic attributes 1
This is part 1 of a tutorial describing the method of generating seismic attributes in Petrel 2015
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practical seismic interpretation  &WELLS Data loading Arabic
INTRODUCTION PRACTICAL SEISMIC INTERPRETATION COURES , TO HELP STUDENTS AND EMPLOYS DEVELOP THIER SKILLS AND TO DATA LOADING كورس التطبيقات العملية للتفسرات السيزمية لتنشيط التعليم للجميع ونشر العلم لكل من يريد ن يطور نفسة ولا نريد غير لدعاء ونشر العلم لمساعدة الجيولوجين والجيوفيزسائيين العرب من تطوير مهارتهم العلمية
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petrel tutorial - how to load seismic and well data
content of this video help (guide) you to understand about how to load seismic data and well data
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seismic interpretation 1
. My contact Skype: self tranning Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Initiative.Courses Mail: [email protected] Phone: +201120828201 -01201141235
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Seismic Interpretation Below Tuning with Multi-Attribute Analysis
This international webinar describes how multi-attribute seismic analysis is applied using the Paradise® software to visualize thin beds and facies below classical seismic tuning thickness. The material is presented by Mr. Rocky Roden, an industry thought leader and Senior Consulting Geophysicist for Geophysical Insights. Hal Green, Director of Marketing for Geophysical Insights, introduces the topic and presenter. Summary: Our visualization is certainly better than it has been. But do we still pick peaks, troughs, and zero crossings; fundamentally do we do the same thing from an interpretation perspective? I want you to think about this as we go through this presentation. The conventional definition of tuning thickness or vertical resolution as indicated by Sheriff in his dictionary, is a bed that is a quarter wavelength in thickness for which reflections from the top and the bottom, interfere. This interference pattern is constructive where the contrasts of the two interfaces are of opposite polarity. Of course this produces very strong amplitude. Well, many years ago, Meckel and Nath, Neidell and Poggiagliolmi, and Schramm et al, will use this amplitude below tuning, this normalized amplitude below tuning, and scale that to come up with some sort of a thickness estimate based on scaling this information. These approaches have limitations and require assumptions that may not be met all the time. For example, these assumptions assume that the thickness is the only thing that is happening below tuning and that no reservoir parameters or properties are changing. Which may or may not be accurate. So what we are going to talk about is a multi-attribute approach, which uses numerous seismic attributes that exhibit below tuning effects. So when we combine these in a machine learning approach, we can get a better idea, a more accurate depiction of thin beds. Robertson and Nogami back in 1984 looked at a wedge model and asked what do you have below tuning that created an increase in frequency, and in fact they called it frequency tuning. With instantaneous frequency, there are some things going on when you get below tuning. Now, Zeng, Radovich, Oliveros, and Hardage took advantage of what they call frequency spikes. What this is, is when the instantaneous frequency has a hard time computing because of very thin beds and/or some sort of constructive or interference patterns. Now, Taner took advantage of this and he developed what he called a thin bed indicator, which is just the difference between the instantaneous and the time-averaged frequencies. Zing identified when you did a 90 degrees rotated wavelet, which is quite similar to a Hilbert Transform, and you apply that to a wedge model, when you get to the tuning thickness or below, it's easier to understand the thickness of those beds below tuning. The SOM, or the self-organizing maps, employ the values from these different attributes and looks at the patterns and clusters that they form. We look at these on a sample-by-sample basis, which is very important, very significant in this overall process. What this allows us to do is to do a thin bed analysis and we're not hampered by the traditional frequency and amplitude of the wavelet resolution limitations. So one of the principals in self-organizing maps that enable us to try to see thin beds is that it is unsupervised. SOM's are an artificial neural network employing unsupervised learning methods. That's very important that it is unsupervised. There is no previous training on anything ahead of time. A SOM is nothing but a cluster or a pattern recognition approach. So what it does is it looks at all the information from these attributes and something we call attribute space. It identifies any sorts of natural patterns or clusters that develop. Again, we identify these different patterns or clusters with something we call neurons. The reason we do this is that these patterns or clusters, depending on the seismic attributes that you're employing, have geologic significance. We are seeing tremendous detail with these SOM analyses and this thin bed analysis. If we can look at this with numerous attributes, then we can start to see thin beds that are not limited by the conventional thinking of amplitudes and frequencies. http://www.geoinsights.com
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Diffraction and Specular Imaging for High-Resolution Seismic Interpretation
By: Bruno de Ribet Acquiring rich seismic data with wide azimuth and long offset is now a leading strategy for E&P companies seeking higher subsurface image quality, in order to gain a more accurate definition of prospects and existing reservoirs. This is particularly true from a structural framework perspective, as the accurate spatial identification of high-resolution geologic features like faults, natural fractures, and small scale subsurface heterogeneities can provide a pathway to higher permeability; therefore, they need to be characterized and mapped.
Views: 501 ParadigmLtd
ZondST2D seismic software. Overview 2016
Overview of software features.
Views: 4967 Alex Kaminsky
Tutorial - Stratigraphic Interpretation - PaleoScan™ 2016
A new way to generate a 3D wheeler transform and interactively define both lithological and stratigraphic boundaries. PaleoScan™ 2016 - Eliis
Views: 1576 Eliis PaleoScan
Introducing TerraSpark's Seismic Interpretation Toolkits
TerraSpark's toolkits are specifically designed to enable interpreters and explorationists to solve today's most demanding and resource-intensive seismic interpretation problems. For more information go to http://terraspark.com/ Each toolkit can be modified to accomplish any interpretation task, taking advantage of any or all capabilities of TerraSpark's flagship software platform, Insight Earth®.
Views: 251 Terraspark1
Episode 3 - Multi-survey Seismic Interpretation
Harrison Spiller interviews Charmaine Bixler about multi-survey seismic interpretation. You will learn what merging multiple seismic surveys (2D and 3D) entails and how software has simplified the work of geophysicists and geologists over the years. Follow us on Twitter @ParadigmLtd
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2D Interpretation - SeisWare
Go from no seismic data to an interpreted event on 65 2D seismic lines in 12 minutes! Data Loading in SeisWare Load multiple 2D lines at once Fix up bad header information easily Normalize seismic amplitudes while loading data Convert between coordinate systems while loading data Tying seismic to well data Display seismic data based on map scale or traces per inch. Synthetic tying is easy Automatically tie large 2D datasets Interpretation Use the 2D autopicker to interpret large 2D datasets quickly Create maps fast using Quick Grid and Contour www.seisware.com
Novel Pen & Touch based Interaction Techniques for Seismic Interpretation
Traditional desktop based software for seismic interpretation is solely based on WIMP (Windows, Icon, Menu, Pointer) interaction. However, over the recent years novel devices and technologies came up to establish natural and reality-based interaction paradigms. These devices allow the fusion of interaction and display space, therefore providing a close and direct relation between the real world and the digital work by a spatially coincidence of direct input and direct manipulation. Humans have multiple fingers and highly developed skills to handle physical objects using both hands. With regard to these already existent motor skills an introduction of bimanual interaction techniques into the seismic interpretation workflow is making sense. This work investigates suitable workflows for seismic interpretation to benefit from the introduction of novel pen & touch based interaction techniques. The seismic interpretation workflow is perfectly suited for an evaluation of bimanual interaction research, since it requires the fine-granularity of a pen in addition to the haptic feedback of direct touch input. A clear division of labor between the two input modalities (pen and touch input) promises a high potential for a more efficient and natural workflow. Therefore, our core idea is to clearly distinguish between the role of the dominant hand (pen) and the role of the non-dominant hand (touch) for an explicit determination of the input modalities.
Views: 1002 Ömer Genç
Intrepid - Geophysical Data Processing Software
Intrepid Software - powerful geophysical data processing and interpretation software (Intrepid v4.5 now available) For more information visit www.intrepid-geophysics.com
Views: 2745 Intrepid Geophysics
Geoscience Integrated Software Solution
Demonstrating the integrated workflow between SeisWare seismic interpretation software and Recon geologic interpretation software.
Kingdom Suite - How to load your data
- How to start a project in KS - How to setup the coordinate system - How to load your location and SEGY data
Joint inversion of seismic and gravity data
2D inversion of seismic refraction and gravity data for arbitrary layered model with linear gradient. ZondGM2D software.
Views: 1223 Alex Kaminsky
Tutorial - Relative Geological Time Model - PaleoScan™ 2018
Description of a comprehensive method to build a relative geological time model while interpreting seismic data with latest upgraded methods. PaleoScan™ 2018 - Eliis
Views: 154 Eliis PaleoScan
3D Seismic
One of the most powerful geophysical technologies is 3D Seismic. Geophysical companies profile the sea floor and use sound to create images thousands of feet below the subsurface. Watch this video to learn more about the technology.
Views: 509222 ge0physicsrocks
Seismic Refraction Data Analysis in RadExPro 2016 (Plus-Minus)
Seismic refraction data analysis using Plus-Minus method in RadExPro 2016 (Plus-Minus) -- automatic inversion
Views: 1027 RadExPro
Introducing GVERSE Geophysics - Powerful seismic interpretation for your play
A new, intuitive and easy-to-use seismic interpretation system built on top of SeisVision that provides powerful 3D visualization capabilities. GVERSE Geophysics enables geoscientists to execute end-to-end workflows for basic interpretation and more advanced geophysical workflows. http://www.lmkr.com/gverse/GVERSE-Geophysics/
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SKUA-GOCAD High Resolution Reservoir Modelling
By Luke Vandenbrul Enhanced seismic interpretation-to-reservoir simulation workflows ensure more accurate static and dynamic volume estimation. This presentation features full volume interpretation, complex structural modeling and gridding, capturing data trends in stratigraphy, fault seal analysis, static volume uncertainties, and dynamic simulation.
Views: 2632 ParadigmLtd
Dear students, please watch this video for Week 8 Lecture.
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DELPH Seismic Interpretation
Tutorial video on DELPH Seismic basic features. http://delph.ixblue.com
Views: 880 iXBlue DELPH
GPU-Based "Visulation" and Structure Analysis of Implicit Surfaces for Seismic Interpretation
GPU-Based "Visulation" and Structure Analysis of Implicit Surfaces for Seismic Interpretation - a video showing some of my PhD work in action
Views: 1142 Ben Kadlec
Geocap Augmented Reality - Seismic Interpretation
This model was exported from Geocap and shows two seismic lines and an interpreted horizon of the Peon gas discovery on the Norwegian continental shelf.
Views: 269 Geocap

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