Broadband reprocessing is a 3-step approach, that includes ghost-free designature, deghosting and absorption recovery. The deghost process is designed to recover the attenuation of wavelet frequencies, caused by the source and receiver ghost notches.
A broader frequency spectrum means higher frequencies and improved temporal resolution of the shallower Jurassic reservoir over the Wisting discovery. Extended lower frequencies allow imaging of deeper structures and complex geology, for example sub-basalt
A more reliable stratigraphic and structural image plays an important role when tying seismic data to zones of interest and potential seals, derived from the mud gas well analysis.
The GeoProvider broadband re-processed seismic database currently consists of more than 70.000 km from Barents and the Norwegian Sea.
48.000+ km in the Barents Sea, 25.000+ km in the Norwegian Sea.