Accurate seismic images and depth models are essential in hydrocarbon exploration and production. The Aspen GeoDepth velocity determination and modeling system offers a solution for improved seismic imaging in time or depth through the integration of interpretation, velocity analysis, model building, time-to-depth conversion, depth migrations and model verification and updating. Aspen GeoDepth supports the entire range of seismic surveys, including 3D and 2D marine and land surveys, and narrow and wide-azimuth acquisition geometries, covering every type of geological structure in the world.
Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) will be an essential pathway as industries move to net zero. The ability to handle CO2 at both emission sources and directly from air, together with long-term storage ...On-Demand Webinar
The Aspen EarthStudy 360 full-azimuth imaging and characterization system provides 360 degrees of insight into the subsurface. The system is designed to deliver a complete set of data that enables geo...Brochure
In depth imaging, depth calibration using well-tie updated velocity is generally applied to poststack data. This is the most correct type of depth calibration as it positions structures in their prope...Technical Paper
A recent AspenTech sustainability survey revealed 65% of energy and chemical companies indicate they are already investing in or actively planning to invest in CCUS (carbon capture utilization and sto...Blog
Seismic processing, imaging, characterization and interpretation are preferably executed as a continuous workflow to maintain seismic data integrity and consistencies. Geophysicists must construct a w...Article
This webinar presents a methodology, using a dataset from the Andean Foothills of Colombia, that synchronizes geophysical tomography and geomodelling through the project life cycle, guaranteeing an up...On-Demand Webinar
One of the main challenges in seismic imaging, especially of land data, is building the near surface velocity model, as it is normally characterized by very low velocity values with different types of...Technical Paper