Estimages will be proudly presenting its “4D monitoring enhancement with Lostcor filtering” Poster at the SEISMIC2019 Conference: Seismic Through the Asset Lifecycle – Sharing Advances in Geophysics organized by the SPE on May 14th and 15th 2019 in Aberdeen. Who will attend? Here is the conference Program More ESTIMAGES’ Publications
When Cédric Magneron visits South Asia for Estimages, he flies to Singapour, Perth and Adelaïde within a fortnight and holds 19 meetings in 10 days! Main areas of interest he was able to discuss: Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, Gippsland, Northwest Shelf, Cooper. Stay tuned on future projects there! You did not get the chance to […]
Matthieu Botz was thrilled to attend the Exploration Revived Conference last week in Stavanger and for good reasons! Among the presentations from many explorationists of the Norwegian Continental Shelf** he heard about discoveries by Faroe Petroleum, OMV and Wellesley Petroleum: recent projects of the Estimages’ team. Upon returning, he shared his enthousiasm and desire […]
A new illustration of our advanced geostatistical filtering technique! The lucky one to benefit from our special treatment this time is LN10M04, a dataset from the Norwegian North Sea. To provide a bit more insights about our methodology: local dips and azimuths were computed and used as a structural guide for the geostatistical filters allowing […]
Focus on the UK this time with our new Regional Velocity Model over South West Britain. We are completing our library of UKCS Regional Velocity Models based on public data from OGA with this latest release. This velocity model is available immediately and ready for regional exploration purposes. Get in touch for more info!
Our NCS regional velocity models have been updated! The V4 versions are now available based on the latest released public datasets from the DISKOS database. They also benefit from new methodological developments. One of the main innovations is an even better preservation of the resolution of the seismic velocities (down to 2-3 km). Gentle reminder, […]
The Hammerfest Basin velocity model covers also partly the Finnmark platform. The limit is defined by the Troms-Finnmark fault complex, which presents a major displacement. In this context, seismic velocity merging is very challenging. Estimages’ state-of-the-art technology allows to build a stratigraphic grid based on regional interpretations and use this grid to perform a velocity […]
After a successful collaboration on two projects in the Barents Sea basin, Estimages and ExploCrowd join forces again for the APA2018 applications in the North Sea. The focus area for this project is the South of the Viking Graben, between the Johan Sverdrup and Sleipner fields. This area is known to have good reservoir potential […]