rus eng

Application

Contact person
Email
Phone
Company(not necessary)
Comment
Apply

Course registration

Course
Training dates
Number of trainees(not necessary)
Contact person
Phone
Email
Company(not necessary)
Comment(not necessary)
Register

Quick contacts

OILTEAM

Phone

+7 (3822) 660130
+7 (3822) 900307

Email

oilteam@tomsk.oilteam.ru

Адреса

Management Company:
Tomsk, 3 Televisionniy Lane,
Service division:
Tomsk, 3 Razvitiya
Fluid lab:
Tomsk, 8 Razvitiya

Phone

+7(347) 2629899,
+7 (862) 2-255-447

Email

oilteam@oilteam.ru

Адреса

g.Ufa, Kommunisticeskaa 116,
g. Soci, pr. Kurortnyj, 92/5

Phone

+7 (3822) 66-01-30

Email

oilteam@tomsk.oilteam.ru

Адреса

g. Tomsk, pr. Razvitia, 3

Phone

+7 (3822) 66-01-30

Email

oilteam@tomsk.oilteam.ru

Адреса

g. Tomsk, pr. Razvitia, 8

Phone

+7 (3476) 12-65-18

Email

oilteammash@oilteammash.com

Адреса

g. Kumertau, selo Maacnyj, ul. Zeleznodoroznaa, d. 3 kor. 2

Phone

+7 (862) 2-255-447

Email

oilteam@oilteam.ru

Адреса

g. Soci, pr. Kurortnyj, 92/5

Phone

77777

Email

Другие направления

Адреса

Drugie napravlenia

View all contacts
Register Timetable News

Training schedule

Comprehensive course for seismic data processing geophysicists

Price to be provided upon request

Dates to be agreed with the customer


Instructor(-s): Sergey Zaykov

14 days

About the course
The course covers the fundamentals of geovation, its architecture, geovation interactive applications for seismic data QC and other procedures, basic principles of data processing in geovation

The course is designed for geophysicists without any experience of processing in geovation or with little experience of processing in other systems

Learning objectives:
Acquire fundamental understanding of geophysical methods of seismic data processing and QC using geovation software.

Part 1. Processing fundamentals in geovation (5 days).

Objective:
Acquire basic knowledge of geophysical techniques for 2D/3D seismic data processing and QC using geovation software.

Topics:

1. Geovation fundamentals (General part)
• Architecture overview. Basics.
• Geodesk Overview.
• Jxjob: Job coding with new headers (FHA)

2. Geovation interactive applications
• Expose and Khoros as QC tools
• Pacesetter overview
• Onset: geometry analysis and control.
• Fbpick: Interactive first break picking
• LineTie: Untie analysis
• Tornado: Imaging and QC

3. Land data basic processing
• Field geometry quality control and loading
• Amplitude analysis
• Deconvolution
• Static correction application
• Velocity analysis
• Noise attenuation
• Multiple attenuation
• Regularization
• Migration

Geovation interactive applications used
Geovation interactive applications for seismic data quality control and other procedures (Geodesk, JSEG2FI, jXjob, Expose, Khoros, Pacesetter, LineTie, Fbpick, Dynamo, etc).


Part 2. Depth-velocity modeling (DVM) and 3D CMP pre-stack depth migration with further iterative DVM update by means of 3D tomographic inversion using Tornado software (5 days).

Objective:
Understanding Kirchhoff pre-stack depth migration technique in geovation using Tornado based on real 3D CMP data.

Topics:

1. General information on seismic data migration and its methods
• Slide show

2. Tornado software
• Start up and interface
• Functionality
• Horizons, wells
• Velocity model building and conversion
• Velocity model updates
• Additional features

3. Kirchhoff PSDM with initial velocity model.
Velocity model update using tomographic inversion.
• Initial data pre-conditioning, loading and analysis
• Building migration depth-velocity model
• Generating libraries, geometry description and migration parameters
• Preparing jobs for velocity model tracing procedure, and procedures of depth migration
• Running the jobs with various parameterizations
• Depth image section, analysis and comparison with time section
• Velocity model update using tomographic inversion.
• Summing up


Part 3. Various static solutions using GeOlympus software (4 days).

Objective:
Overview of basic principles, architecture and methods of work at the WorkStation in relation to static solutions in processing

Topics:

1. Introduction into GeOlympus (General description and specific features of the workstation software, description and application range of modules)

2. GeoWZ
• Introduction (Basic principles, features, special aspects of user interface and work processes)
• Data loading and conditioning (data sources. Loading data from files or databases, consistency control and loading)
• Uphole survey log interpretation (uphole survey gather picking, control point interpretation, V0)
• Depth-velocity modeling (calculating, editing and importing/exporting surfaces, creating subsurface models)
• Calculation of static corrections (variants of calculation, quality control, export)

3. GeoStar
• Introduction (Basic principles, features, special aspects of user interface and work processes)
• Workflow (application range of Geostar)
• Data loading and control (data sources, data pre-conditioning. Loading data from files or databases, consistency control and loading. First break acceptance parameters)
• Initial layered model (Choosing methods and parameters of modeling. Loading or generating control points (1D models). Interaction with GeoWZ. Model QC and editing)
• Update (inversion) of layered model (Inversion parameters, control of results)
• Update of gridded (tomographic) model (Conversion of layered model into gridded model, tomographic inversion as geovation job or “locally”)
• Calculation of static corrections (variants of calculation, quality control, residual statics procedures. Statics export)
• Additional features (picking and editing first breaks, model point export. Model export and import)

4. GeoTR
• Introduction (Basic principles, features, special aspects of user interface and work processes)
• Data conditioning and loading (data conditioning in geovation. Data loading.)
• Velocity analysis (Update, quality control and editing refractor velocity)
• Calculation of static corrections (calculation of basic and residual static corrections, topographic corrections)
• Repositioning (specification of source/receiver locations, control and interactive editing)
• Harmonization and export (swath harmonization and export of results)
• Additional features (work with gathers, export of first breaks)