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Abstract

Summary

A case study was carried out over the Oseberg East Field where 2015 acquired multi-component broadband seismic data is being used to demonstrate potential improvement of structural interpretation. In particular, we have focused on impact of adopted 3D model based SRME for multiple attenuation and velocity model building including FWI, in broadband processing. Additionally, we present initial results from 4D repeatability strategies (conventional vs broadband acquisition). We aim to show that 3D processing of low-frequency rich broadband data has the potential to improve 4D processing sequences even with conventional vintage surveys.

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2016-05-31
2020-02-25
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