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Abstract

A feasibility study was carried out over a prospective structure in the south western Barents Sea, Norway. The need of a high fidelity velocity model to solve the complex velocity variations in the overburden was the driving mechanism for this test project. A shallow gas anomaly associated with amplitude dimming is causing distortions in imaging and leading to big uncertainty concerning fault identification within and mapping of this interval. Through a special application of FWI, the so-called adaptive waveform inversion (AWI) which allowed starting the inversion with a very simple velocity model, we solved the strong lateral velocity variations in the near surface leading to an improved image, demonstrating the superior quality provided by an AWI based velocity model.

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2018-02-22
2021-09-27
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