Low fold / Old Seismic Legacy or low fold data can present significant problems in imaging and stratigraphic resolution. Using MultiFocusing a data driven geology based regularization can be applied to improve the spatial sampling of the dataset leading to greatly improved resolution and imaging
Sparse 3D / FootprintUsing MultiFocusing data regularization on sparse or irregularly sampled datasets can provide significant uplift in the gather and image quality. As well foot-print evident in conventional datasets can be significantly reduced by careful selection of the regularization method
Rough topographyAreas with rough surface topography are often characterized by near surface static issues and imaging problems. Using topographically referenced MultiFocusing the complex wavefields are easily solved allowing for substantial improvement in data quality
Complex velocityApplying MultiFocusing not only gives its significant improvement in image quality, but analysis of the derived wavefield model gives accurate estimates of the true velocity model based on the geology and leading to hydraruzxpnew4af.onion a better imaged migration
Refraction staticsComplex geologic environments typically include complexity in the near surface. The near surface static solution provided by Geomage refraction statics is highly responsive to this near surface complexity, giving a clearer image of the subsurface
Marine dataMultiFocusing imaging brings into marine seismic processing wider frequency content, better resolution of stratigraphy and higher signal to noise ratio
Fault/Fracture detectionFinding fractures and its orientation can be a game changer in some projects. Geomage Diffraction Imaging exploits the diffraction energy inside the seismic data to generate enhanced diffraction volumes which can highlight fractured zones and fracture orientations within the target areas
Time/Depth imagingIn time or depth domain, high resolution prestack migration gives the best image especially when used in conjuction with MultiFocusing enhanced and regularized gathers and accurately estimation dip-corrected MF-RMS velocity
g-Platform™ - seismic data processing software
Geomage g-Platform™ is the most innovative, interactive and advanced software for processing and imaging of seismic data
g-Space™ - geological and geophysical interpretation software
Geomage g-Space™ is a software suite for geological and geophysical interpretation, well correlation and map creation
g-Viewer™ - geophysical data visualization software
This is an universal viewer for any type of geophysical data. We are working on adding more formats and features
Seismic Data Processing Software 2D / 3D
Geomage g-Platform seismic data processing software provides user with many interactive features, creating a unique overall software experience:
Software Performance – when you click somewhere, something happens
Geomage g-Space™ is a complete geological interpretation software that allows thorough analysis of existing seismic and well data. It includes many graphical and interactive features that makes interpreter’s work more enjoyable, efficient and accurate. All that at very cost-effective pricing and world-class support.
Geomage g-Space™ software includes:
Horizon and Fault picking
Map creation with faults
Well-tie and dynamic update
Velocity model based on checkshots and horizons
Simultaneous time/depth picking
complete demo project based on Teapot Dome data, provided by RMOTC and the U.S. Department of Energy as the data source
Geomage’s highly effective Common Offset MultiFocusing (COMF) technology enhances existing zero-offset approximation solution (ZOMF or CRS stack / CRS seismic processing ) by more accurate description of time arrival and allows a complete preservation of amplitude, non-hyperbolic and azimuthal information.
Azimuthal Refraction Statics
Complex geologic environments typically include complexity in the near surface. The near surface static solution provided by proprietary azimuthal refraction residual statics is highly responsive to this near surface complexity, giving a clearer image of the subsurface.
The MultiFocusing Diffraction Imaging (MFDI) method is based on a new moveout time correction which adequately describes diffraction events. Optimal summation of the diffracted events and attenuation of the specular reflections allow creating an image containing mostly diffraction energy.
Case studies of MultiFocusing seismic data processing technology which was successfully deployed in different geological settings all around the globe. We have chosen set of different examples done with Geomage MultiFocusing seismic processing technology and compare it with standard time processing seismic data imaging.