Time Lapse Pilot Sample and Documentation
Free shots from the middle of the model
Before and after (reciprocal) shots located an OBN directly above the reservoir, shooting into an array (501 x 501 at 25 m spacing) located in the water column 257.5 m above the node.
Documentation describing the full contents of the dataset.
- READ ME – SEAM TIME LAPSE PROJECT MODELS AND DATA.pdf
RPSEA Final Report
The final report on the project from the Research Program to Secure Energy for America (rpsea.gov).
Michael Oristaglio (2016). "SEAM Update – Integrated reservoir and geophysical modeling: SEAM Time Lapse and SEAM Life of Field." The Leading Edge, 35(10), 912–915.
Can modern numerical methods simulate changes in the geometry and physical properties of a reservoir over time — the changes in the rocks, pore fluids, and pressures that accompany reservoir flow and production — well enough to explain and predict the subtle effects that are seen in time-lapse geophysical surveys of real oil fields?
Time Lapse Pilot Presentation
Large-scale Numerical Simulation of Reservoir Monitoring – SEAM Time Lapse
Presentation on the Time Lapse Pilot project made at the EAGE Workshop on Practical Reservoir Monitoring (March 2017).
SEAM Time Lapse Pilot End User License Agreement
This sample agreement represents the form that must be completed by in order to obtain usage rights to the Time Lapse Pilot data.
Frequently asked questions concerning confidentiality, publishing, and sharing of data.