Topics: Surface Seismic Acquisition Techniques

Practical Applications of Time-Lapse Seismic Data

David H. Johnston

The presentations will focus on fundamental principles and applications, emphasizing case studies and minimizing mathematics. Duration Two days Intended Audience Intermediate Level Prerequisites (Knowledge/Experience/Education required) 4D seismic interpretation is inherently integrative, drawing upon geophysical, geological, and reservoir engineering data and concepts. As a result, this course is appropriate for individuals from all subsurface disciplines. The presentations will focus on fundamental principles and applications, emphasizing case studies and minimizing mathematics. As a result, attendees do not

Planning and Operating a Land 3D Seismic Survey

Peter Eick and Andrea Crook

This course will teach you to plan and oversee a 3D land seismic survey. This course will expose you to the practical aspects of 3D survey design and then teach you the basics of planning and designing a survey. The class will discuss different survey techniques, designs and geophysical limitations, along with field layouts and operational issues. Modern acquisition equipment and recording techniques will be shown along with future directions and current state of the

3D Seismic Data Acquisition: An Update on Modern Technologies and Usage Methodologies

R. Malcolm Lansley

This course will provide information related to recent advances in data acquisition technology, equipment and the methodologies that are being utilized to improve data quality and, in many cases, reduce the cost of 3D survey acquisition. The course is appropriate not only for geophysicists involved in survey design and acquisition, but also for those involved in data processing and interpretation who wish to better understand the potential improvements that can be made. Both marine and