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Abstract

Improvements in seismic data quality, processing methods as well as hardware and software products during the last few years have led to more detailed and accurate seismic interpretations of offshore oil and gas fields. The use of seismic attribute maps and coherence technology has enabled the seismic interpreter to map faults down to, in some cases, 5 m displacement. When the interpretation is carried out in such detail, the geologist is faced with the problem of separating real features from seismic noise. In order to separate the noise from real structures, the geologist needs to incorporate all available information into an integrated interpretation approach.

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1998-06-08
2021-08-03
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