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Multicomponent Data Interpretation Workflow & PP/PS Joint Inversion – 3D/4C Integrated Study at Eugene Island Block 330, GOMNormal access

Authors: K. Zou, J. Dai, A. Hannan, A. Koesoemadinata, H. Xu, S. Yang, C. Shih and J. Zimmerman
Event name: 66th EAGE Conference & Exhibition
Session: Multi-Component Seismics
Publication date: 07 June 2004
Organisations: EAGE
Language: English
Info: Extended abstract, PDF ( 879.34Kb )
Price: € 20

Summary:
E016 MULTICOMPONENT DATA INTERPRETATION WORKFLOW & PP/PS JOINT INVERSION: 3D/4C INTEGRATED STUDY AT EUGENE ISLAND BLOCK 330 GOM Abstract Multicomponent seismic data add a new dimension for seismic interpretation. In recent years the seismic industry has made significant progress in the acquisition and processing of multicomponent data. The widespread use of multicomponent data however is partly hindered by the lack of interpretation tools and workflows. In particular inversion techniques for multicomponent data are under-developed. 1 In this paper we describe an interpretation workflow for 3D four-component ocean bottom cable (3D/4C OBC) data and discuss the related inversion problems. Key issues


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