Module 8: 2-D & 3-D Seismic Interpretations

Module 8 offers comprehensive tools for interpreting multiple 2-D and 3-D seismic surveys within a single project. It includes mis-tie analysis, horizon interpretation with manual and automatic updates across maps and windows, and fault interpretation capabilities for detailed subsurface analysis. Users can create surface grids from seismic horizon interpretations and fault polygons, perform velocity modeling using key horizons and T-D curves, and conduct time-depth conversions to accurately model subsurface structures. This module streamlines seismic interpretation processes, enhancing accuracy and efficiency in geological analysis.

Key Features

  1. Multiple 2-D & 3-D Surveys:
    • Conduct mis-tie analysis and corrections in two-way time, amplitudes, and frequencies for enhanced accuracy.
    • Seamlessly interpret multiple 2-D and 3-D surveys within a single project, streamlining workflow efficiency.
  2. Horizon Interpretation:
    • Perform manual picking and editing of horizons on inline, cross-line, and random lines, ensuring precise control over interpretation.
    • Benefit from automatic updates of interpreted horizons on base maps and 3-D windows, maintaining data consistency and coherence.
  3. Fault Interpretation:
    • Digitize fault sticks on both inline and cross-line sections, enabling detailed fault analysis.
    • Automatically update fault sticks on base maps and 3-D windows, facilitating seamless fault interpretation across different views.
    • Project fault sticks onto any section for comprehensive fault visualization and analysis.
  4. Horizon Mapping:
    • Interpolate surface grids from seismic horizon interpretation and fault polygons, providing valuable insights into subsurface structures and features.
  5. Velocity Modeling:
    • Generate a velocity strata-grid from key horizons and T-D curves, allowing for accurate velocity modeling.
    • Create interval and average velocity volumes from the velocity grid, enhancing velocity analysis capabilities.
    • Handle multiple tops of the same formation on horizontal wells with precision and accuracy.
  6. Time-Depth Conversion:
    • Perform time-to-depth conversion for horizons and strata-grids based on the active velocity volume, facilitating depth-based analysis and interpretation.