This course uses a synthetic Wide Azimuth (WAZ) data set that contains several HTI (Azimuthal Anisotropy) features. On these data several hands-on exercises are offered to acquaint yourself with the available HTI-related functionality in the Jason Workbench:
You will acquire the ability to perform Simultaneous Inversion projects on azimuthally sectored seismic data. Through practice and experience, you will be able to understand the Azimuthal Inversion workflow and interpret its results. In doing so, you will learn to take full advantage of Jason’s HTI-related functionality and capabilities.
Duration: 1 day
Course Format: Instructor-led, workflow-based, in-person classroom or virtual
Prerequisites: You will gain the most from this course if you are experienced in running Jason’s pre-stack inversion tool (RockTrace®) or completed the course Pre-Stack Reservoir Characterization Workflow with RockTrace (JW-110) or the course Deterministic Pre-Stack Inversion with RockTrace (JW-201).