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Abstract

Summary

The combination of acquisition design of a deep tow long offset 3D survey, broadband imaging and an advanced data processing sequence had a significant impact on final data quality for major leads.

High resolution broadband imaging examples from the Norwegian Barents Sea are compared with underlying 2D conventional data as a bench mark for result assessment.

Improvements are evaluated by both image quality and interpretation aspects, highlighting good examples at Jurassic level of highly defined faults and structural plays; specifically minor faulting of secondary leads at Quaternary and Tertiary level.

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2017-06-12
2020-04-02
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