Leading Edge - October 2017
High-resolution microseismic imaging
SEG Interpretation Journal August 2017
Characterizing carbonate facies using high-definition frequency decomposition: Case study from North West Australia”
EAGE Paris, June 2017
"Cognitive approach to
"Calibration of frequency decomposition colour blends using forward modelling. Examples from the Scarborough Gas Field, Offshore West Australia".
“De-risking of frontier exploration targets using cognitive interpretation techniques offshore Equatorial Guinea”
EAGE First Break Volume 35 | Issue 5 | May 2017
"The effect of colour blindness on seismic interpretation"
Colour perception is an intrinsic part of visual cognition and affects how we understand the images that we see. Colour is now a fundamental part of how we display seismic reflectivity and attribute data, but not everyone sees colour in the same way. Colour deficiencies (or colour blindness) alters our perception of an image, and this study investigates whether colour deficiency also alters the interpretation of geological features in seismic data.
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AAPG ACE Houston, April 2017
"Prospect Investigation and De-risking Using Cognitive Interpretation Workflows, Offshore Equatorial Guinea".
The Geological Society | Petroleum Geoscience 2017 Volume 23 | Issue 17
"The impact of faults and fluid flow on seismic images of a relay ramp over production time"
Charlotte Botter, et al (2017)
SEG Interpretation Journal Volume 5 | Issue 3 | August 2017
"Closing the seismic resolution gap of fractures through seismic and image-log analysis, a North Sea case study"
The “seismic resolution gap” has been an area of ambiguity ever since the results of 3D seismic interpretation have been used as inputs for
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