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Visualization of Pre-Stack P-Wave Previous HitSeismicNext Hit Data Previous HitAnisotropyNext Hit

Ru Nie* and Jianhua Yue
China University of Mining and Technology
*[email protected]

It is now widely accepted that Previous HitseismicNext Hit Previous HitanisotropyNext Hit is taken as a lithological indicator. The derivation of subsurface Previous HitanisotropyNext Hit yields numerous benefits for both exploration and development of hydrocarbon reservoirs. In this presentation a novel method for visualizing Previous HitanisotropyNext Hit from pre-stack P-wave Previous HitseismicNext Hit data is shown. The method is helpful for both building anisotropic velocity models of the subsurface and characterizing lithology. Furthermore we are certain that measuring subsurface Previous HitanisotropyTop is the first necessary step for exploration and development of oil and gas reservoirs.

 

AAPG Search and Discovery Article #90077©2008 GEO 2008 Middle East Conference and Exhibition, Manama, Bahrain