New Approaches to Processing and Interpretation of Full-Azimuth Seismic Data
New Approaches to Processing and Interpretation of Full-Azimuth Seismic Data (in Russian)
Presenter: Dr. Alexander Inozemtsev, Business Development Manager
This webinar presents new approaches to the processing and interpretation of full-azimuth seismic data, based on an integrated combination of methods for obtaining high-resolution images of the structural-tectonic framework of the oil field. This is based on full-azimuth migration in the local angle domain (EarthStudy 360) and methods for separating specular and diffraction data into prestack components with subsequent separation of reflections and faults based on machine learning in the depth domain, as well as volumetric amplitude method technologies. In the final interpretation, a separate azimuth seismic facies analysis is used for neural networks for the specular (FACIVAZ-R) and diffractor (FACIFAZ-D) components, which allows additional identification of oil-saturated fractures and detailing of the internal structure of the tectonic skeleton.
Dr. Alexander Inozemtsev, Business Development Manager
Dr. Alexander Inozemtsev graduated from Moscow State University with a degree in geology and geophysics. He earned his Ph.D. in 1985. He has 43 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. He served as senior and chief geophysicist in the Russian oil companies Neftegeofizika, VNIIGeofizika, and Geotechnology. For the past 22 years he has been working at Paradigm and Emerson as senior adviser on seismic data processing and inversion technologies. He has authored over 100 scientific articles in various industry journals. His main scientific interests are high-resolution full-azimuthal seismic exploration, and the geological interpretation of its results.