Aspen Echos is the oil and gas industry’s benchmark seismic processing system for generating 2D and 3D seismic images of the subsurface. It provides a wide breadth of geophysical applications, leading-edge geophysics, transparent blending of batch interactive processing, architecture for computation parallelization and a versatile programming development kit for client customization.
The rapid and nonintrusive deployment of seismic sensors for near-surface geophysical surveys can make data acquisition more efficient, in a wide variety of environmental and surface-terrain condition...Article
Mapping carbonate mounds in the Brazilian pre-salt fields is a major challenge for geoscientists, due to the complexity of the seismic image generated.Case Study
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
In this case study, legacy 3D seismic data from the KG deep water basin underwent broadband reprocessing using state-of-the-art-software.Article
Surface waves can generate coherent noise, known as ground roll, in seismic surveys. Ground roll can significantly degrade data quality.Article
YPF, a majority state-owned energy company, was looking to place new wells in a tight gas field that is part of a complex delta front system. Learn how YPF used Aspen SKUA™ geological modeling solutio...Case Study
Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS) has the potential to play a key role in reducing emissions, and permanently storing the captured CO2 in the subsurface makes it an essential part of the s...Brochure