Seismic Data Interpretation

Seismic Data <b>Interpretation</b>

Increasing assurance

GT’s team of highly-skilled geoscience professionals provides integrated geological and geophysical interpretation of seismic and well data. Extensive knowledge and expertise supported by state-of-the-art technology guarantees the most accurate and detailed information possible from new and existing 2D and 3D seismic datasets. By utilizing the capabilities of a wide range of interpretation software systems, GT often exceeds Clients’ expectations while ensuring the convenience of data and knowledge exchange at every stage of project realization. As a result, GT’s data interpretation helps E&P companies meet reserves replacement and production targets cost effectively and reduce development risks significantly.

Thanks to impressive track record in exploring domestic petroleum basins, GT’s main area of expertise covers heterogeneous carbonate reservoirs as well as clastic Rotliegendes sediments within the European Southern Permian Basin. Since the company’s activities have spread to other regions, the professional experience covers also other oil and gas reservoirs worldwide. GT’s Seismic Data Interpretation Department has successfully completed numerous projects involving land and marine seismic data from Europe, North Africa and the Indian subcontinent.

Scope of services: 

  • Integrated interpretation of seismic 2D and 3D datasets resulting in volumetric digital 3D framed structural and tectonic model
  • Velocity field study and domain conversion, time & depth mapping
  • Paleogeography and regional basin evaluation analyses
  • Pre-stack & Post-stack inversion, AVO analysis and multi-attributes reservoir characterization
  • Seismic forward modeling
  • Reservoir development in geological, geophysical and petrophysical models
  • Hydrocarbon resources and reserves estimation
  • Geological risk assessment
  • Seismic consulting

Solutions dedicated for unconventional hydrocarbons:

  • Micro-scale faulting and fracture identification based on geometrical attributes (Coherence cube, Curvature) and Spectral Decomposition method (DFT, MEM)
  • Anisotropy estimation – defining magnitude and azimuth using seismic and well data (AVO, AVAZ, seismic inversion)
  • Statistical analysis of seismic attributes
  • Specular and diffraction volumes

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Technology

  • Landmark DecisionSpace Desktop Software
  • Hampson-Russell Suite
  • IHS Kingdom Advanced & Rock Solid Attributes
  • Landmark SeisWorks 2D & 3D
  • Landmark GeoProbe & SpecDecomp

  • Schlumberger Petrel Platform
  • Landmark Z-MAP Plus
  • Landmark StratWorks, SynTool, LogEdit, OpenVision
  • Landmark PostStack & PowerView
  • EasyCopy Graphic Suite