A new PGS article in GEO ExPro magazine this month reveals the first data from a pioneering acquisition configuration deployed in the Viking Graben in the autumn of 2019. Three months after the last shot on the GeoStreamer X survey, the early-out multi-azimuth (MAZ) PSDM seismic stack was delivered to pre-funders. From an interpreter’s point of view the results are stunning, and what started as a novel concept now provides new insight to geoscience teams in near-field exploration, appraisal, and development.
Read the full article GeoStreamer X in the Viking Graben Illuminates Complex Targets, and join our 15-minute GeoStreamer X webinar on 11 June.
As demonstrated by the 2019 Viking Graben survey, GeoStreamer X is tailored to the geological and geophysical challenges of the area and delivers a faster, smarter solution to nodes, with a significantly reduced environmental footprint.
The early-out PSDM full stack seismic section below reveals sharper faults in the Tertiary section and radically improved reflection continuity in the Paleocene and Jurassic section, refining seismic interpretation and derisking the location of the source, reservoir targets, trap size, and competency.