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Data Integration

Post-Stack Inversion. Source: Service Brochure by Lumina Geophysical, LLC

Post-Stack Inversion

High Fidelity Post-Stack Inversion extracts geologically meaningful acoustic properties from your seismic traces at both conventional and extended resolution. Interactive applications for low-frequency model building and inversion parameterization QC make sure that optimum inversion results can be achieved in every case.

 

The robust amplitude scaling implemented in the inversion algorithm minimizes the effect of the seismic amplitude scale in the result.


 

Pre-Stack AVA Inversion

Simultaneous Elastic Inversion inverts simultaneously for elastic properties from seismic gathers. Your inverted results have geological meaning and are calibrated to local rock physics responses.

 

The inverted elastic volumes can be used for interpretation and characterization of reservoirs and can also be used to discriminate between lithological and fluid effects.

 

Robust and rock physics-consistent low-frequency models are combined with rigorous QC processes to result in highly interpretable and geologically valid inversion results.

Pre-Stack AVA Inversion. Source: Service Brochure by Lumina Geophysical, LLC


 

Multi-Attribute Analysis. Pre-Stack AVA Inversion. Source: Service Brochure by Lumina Geophysical, LLC

Multi-Attribute Analysis

Reservoir Property Prediction uses a multi-attribute process, which combines the minimum number of uncorrelated attributes to generate high-resolution reservoir property volumes.

Rock properties can be predicted away from well control, uncovering geological information hidden in the seismic traces, like lateral extent, internal layering and rock property changes (porosity, Vsh, etc.).


 

Survey Planning and Design

Feasibility studies for 4D survey analysis and design by ensuring that all quality parameters meet geophysical objectives. Our workflows utilize a multitude of advanced modeling techniques which can be used in complicated geological areas or unconventional resource plays.

4D Survey Planning and Design. Source: thegeoscienceforum.blogspot.ca/3D Seismic Survey Designing & its impacts on Data Acquisition.


 

Time-Lapse Processing. Source: scirp.org

Time-Lapse Processing

A well designed time-lapse seismic processing flow that can help to emphasize anomalies of the progressive effects of steam injection on the reservoir. The main target of 4D processing is to attenuate the 4D footprint caused by changes in acquisition parameters or environmental conditions, and to highlight the 4D signature of the reservoir caused by changes in fluid displacement, steam injection, pressure, stress, etc.


 

Time-Lapse 4D Analysis and Interpretation

4D workflow for analysis and interpretation can provide support maximizing the value information by integrating 4D seismic data with other disciplines such as production surveillance, static and dynamic models as well as geomechanic models.

Time-Lapse 4D Analysis and Interpretation. Source: thegeoscienceforum.blogspot.ca


 

Pore Pressure Prediction and Wellbore Stability. Source: Huffman, 2002

Pore Pressure Prediction and Wellbore Stability

The starting point to effectively understand the reservoir behavior at its best is to identify the stress changes and their effect on formation strength, pore pressure and reservoir depletion resulting from drilling and production activities.

Knowledge of formation pore pressure is not only essential for safe and cost-effective drilling of wells, but is also critical for assessing exploration risk factors including the migration of formation fluids and seal integrity.

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