About This Course
With the presence of new data acquisition techniques, like e.g. VSP, hole-to-hole, multicomponent, and ocean bottom cable, also new processing methods have to be developed.
New developments in data acquisition offer also new challenges in processing and new possibilities in interpretation. Such developments are a.o. longer offsets, multi-azimuth for marine data, broadband acquisition, multi-component streamer, passive seismic (seismic interferometry) and simultaneous shooting (blended seismic).
Existing and new data sets will be exploited for optimal information retrieval: in addition to the conventional P-waves also the S-waves will be investigated and in addition to the kinematic properties, i.e. travel times, for velocity and structural determination also the dynamic properties, i.e. phase and amplitudes, for lithology and/or direct hydrocarbon indication will be investigated. Anisotropy, where present, should be taken into account and can be exploited for a.o. fracture orientation and density and time-to-depth conversion. The availability of other types of data like geological data and well data, in a production environment, should be properly integrated in inversion studies to initialize and constrain the results.
About the Trainer
Graduated in physics at the University of Groningen. He joined Shell in 1969 as a research geophysicist in Rijswijk (The Netherlands) and Houston (USA). He was actively involved in the development of programs for statics, velocity analysis, synthetic seismograms and raytracing, deconvolution, multi-component seismic, shear waves and anisotropy, AVO and migration. He acquired operational experience as processing and special studies geophysicist in Brunei and in Canada. He was Shell's representative in international research consortia: SEP (Stanford), DELPHI (Delft University of Technology) and IFP (Institut Francais du Petrole); he also served as associate editor of Geophysical Prospecting on Migration, Modelling and Inversion. During his Shell career he has always lectured at both basic as well as advanced level covering a broad range of topics. He left Shell in 1999 after 30 years of service. Since that time he is a lecturer at CTG (Center for Technical Geoscience) at the Delft University of Technology. He teaches regularly courses for national and international oil companies and service companies both as an independent teacher as well as on behalf of geoscience training alliances.
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Date of Training
12 Mar 2018AdvancedSeismicdataProcessingAdvanced Seismic Data Processingintegrated seismic data acquisitionInterpretationpetrophysicsproduction geologyReservoir EngineeringKuala LumpurMalaysia2018Oil & GasOil and GasPetroEDGE Training ProviderpetroedgeCoursestraining
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