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Quantitative Seismic Interpretation (QSI) in a Multi-Data Interpretation Environment

April 02, 2019
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Presented by:  Dr. Anat Canning, R&D Manager Seismic Reservoir Characterization
Domain: Interpretation and Modeling
Products: Quantitative Seismic Interpretation (QSI)

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Abstract

Modern Quantitative Seismic Interpretation (QSI) requires a simultaneous analysis of many datasets. Emerson E&P Software’s interactive platform makes these workflows available to the innovative interpreter in an easy-to-use way. Seismic, impedance, and various other attributes are analyzed simultaneously, as they are being integrated with well data and Rock Physics models.  The multi-data approach which involves, e.g., multi-data view, multi-attribute well ties, multi-attribute model perturbations, and/or multi-attribute crossplots, provides a holistic view of the various aspects of the subsurface and the reservoir.

Biography

Anat_Canning_cropped.jpgAnat Canning is the R&D Manager for Seismic Reservoir Characterization solutions at Emerson E&P Software.  She manages a worldwide team of geoscientists that develops the next generation of seismic inversion and quantitative seismic interpretation (QSI) solutions, and she leads the effort to make these solutions more accessible to the interpreter.  Among a diverse range of interests, her expertise focuses on AVO and amplitude preservation, seismic-to-well ties, seismic inversion, seismic anisotropy, and the derivation of rock properties from seismic.

Previously, Dr. Canning worked at the Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC) as a senior research scientist, and at the Institute for Petroleum Research and Geophysics (IPRG) as a senior geophysicist. She has also served as a Lecturer at leading technical universities worldwide.

Dr. Canning has delivered papers and presentations at many international scientific conferences, and has authored numerous technical articles.  She holds a Ph.D. in Geophysics from Rice University in Houston, Texas.