Practical introduction to Seismic Processing

This three day short-course serves as an introduction to the fundamentals of land or Marine seismic data processing. It provides a brief theoretical background in geophysics, reinforced with some practical processing experience using GLOBE Claritas™ software. The objectives of seismic processing are explained, with a focus on the consequences and pitfalls of processing decisions on the final seismic image.

When:  27th - 29th May 2019
Where:  Amsterdam Petroleum Geoscience, Dynamostraat 48, P.O Box 20670, 1001 NR Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
How much: 1700 Euro per person (early bird rate 1500 Euro per person if registered on or before 15th May 2019) 

About the Course
The course is designed to give attendees practical experience in processing land or Marine seismic data from field data to final migration. The content includes:  
  • Geometry: land / marine
  • Statics: refraction, residual, SSD statics etc.
  • Signal processing
  • Multiple attenuation: marine data particularly
  • Coherency processing
  • Velocity analysis
  • Imaging : DMO / PreSTM / PostSTM
  • Producing final SEG-Y products 

The dataset’s are exploration seismic lines from Taranaki, New Zealand, that will be used in conjunction with supplied workflows and support data.

Recommended Background
This course requires no previous seismic processing or geophysics knowledge.

Who should attend this course?
Individuals who work with processed seismic data, or would like to gain a better understanding of land processing methodology.

Is there a discounted rate for Academics and Students?
Yes there is a reduced rate for Academics and Students of 500 Euros.

Can the GLOBEClaritas team provide a letter of invitation for the course if I need one?
Yes we can, just contact us and we will provide a suitable letter.

What will I take away from this course?
A greater understanding of how seismic images are created, and the implications this has on interpretation decisions, and an improved knowledge of key aspects of a typical land processing flow, including the importance of Geometry and the interplay between statics and velocities. 

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