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C011 Wide Azimuth Feasibility Study – Key Processing Considerations for an Optimum Design E. Ceragioli* (Total SA) A. Melois (Total SA) & P. Hugonnet (CGGVeritas) SUMMARY The Wide Azimuth technique represents a very promising approach for the optimal definition of complex geological targets particularly in sub-salt environments. Encouraging results are being observed from the first “at scale” application in the Gulf of Mexico. In order to deliver the full potential of this technique and maximise the benefit-to-cost ratio a rigorous and detailed feasibility study is absolutely necessary. We examine three key elements of such a study: the expected illumination improvements

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2007-06-11
2020-10-31
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