HampsonRussell ProMC Multi-Component Data Analysis Training
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This course covers the theory and practical use of ProMC, an interactive program that that is fully linked within HampsonRussell Software and performs multi-component seismic analysis and inversion.
Geophysicists, geologists, engineers and technical staff who want to understand the theory and learn how to apply these increasingly critical techniques. Experience with HampsonRussell Software is NOT a prerequisite for this workshop, although students will become familiar with the functionality through attendance
Topics covered include:
Theory: What is MC data? Its acquisition, processing and uses
Modeling: PP and PS synthetic generation; correlating PS synthetic and seismic data
MC Seismic Analysis: Event and horizon matching; domain conversion (PP- or PS-time, or depth); generation of Vp/Vs volumes
Interpretation Techniques: Mapping variations of Vp/Vs ratios for lithology identification, comparing PP and PS reflectivity for fluid identification
Detailed, largely non-mathematical overview of current multi-component techniques.
Highlights the benefits of MC data, such as imaging through gas clouds and improved lithology and fluid discrimination.
Addresses the difficulties that exist in event registration (determining corresponding event on the P and PS seismic surveys) and introduces techniques to assist in this process.
Interpretation techniques that derive new information from the MC data are discussed and illustrated through the use of the PROMC software. These techniques provide Vp/Vs ratio and difference between P and S wave reflectivity that can be directly related to lithology and fluids.
Combination of both lectures and practical exercises, using the PROMC software. Exercises comprise 60% of the course content.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to undertake integrated modelling and interpretation of PS and PP data.
Duration: 1 day Software used: HampsonRussell ProMC Course Format: Instructor-led, workflow-based, in-person classroom or virtual Prerequisites: Experience with HampsonRussell software is NOT a prerequisite for this training course, although students will become familiar with the functionality through attendance of this class.