Aspen EarthStudy 360 is an innovative system designed to deliver to both depth imaging experts and interpretation specialists a complete set of data that enables them to obtain accurate subsurface velocity models, structural attributes, medium properties and reservoir characteristics. The system delivers highly accurate images from below complex structures, such as shallow low-velocity anomalies like gas pockets, subsalt, sub-basalt and high-velocity carbonate rocks, resulting in optimal solutions for anisotropic tomography as well as fracture detection and reservoir characterization.
A leading resource company with global operations in oil, gas and mining needed to obtain information beyond conventional time and depth migration and improve a mining plan, bearing in mind that fract...Case Study
A seismic survey was conducted in a production oil field in Serbia. It was assumed that significant reserves still exist in the field, as well as additional undiscovered reservoirs. An advanced seismi...Article
Detection and characterization of fractures in reservoirs is important for maximizing hydrocarbon productivity and recovery efficiency. Seismic attributes like coherency and curvature that are derived...Article
Elastic inversion from common reflection angle migration (CRAM) gathers can accurately capture lithology-driven lateral variations in reservoir properties, particularly in a strongly deformed and faul...Article
Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS) has the potential to play a key role in reducing emissions, and permanently storing the captured CO2 in the subsurface makes it an essential part of the s...Brochure
Climate change policies are driving the growth of geothermal energy, recognized today as a key resource for the provision of clean, reliable and sustainable energy. Though the global contribution of g...Brochure
Predicting the permeability of fractured reservoirs is valuable for both reservoir assessment and drilling planning. Characterization of such systems requires advanced amplitude analysis, mainly based...Article