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B043 Using CRS Processing to Design a Sparse 3D Acquisition Geometry G. Gierse* (TEEC) H. Bezouska-Strozyk (TEEC) J. Thiessen (RWE Dea AG) & U. Weber (RWE Dea AG) SUMMARY 3D seismic acquisition proved to solve many complex subsurface problems which could not be addressed by 2D seismics. However 3D acquisition is expensive. This is the reason why sparse 3D acquisition has become popular which results in a lower image quality at lower cost. CRS processing is a tool which increases image quality again without the need for high subsurface fold in acquisition. It therefore proves to be the ideal combination

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2007-06-11
2020-07-13
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