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EAGE - European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers | Fatiha Gamar, Patrice Guillaume, Antonio Pica, Geoffroy Pignot, Paolo Poggi, Anne Henry-baudot, Anthony Prescott, Amor Gacha, Diego Carotti, Vincent Prieux © 2015 EAGE | June

Conventional imaging does not deal adequately with absorption, especially in the case of strong anomalies. Over recent years, many authors have proposed to compensate the absorption loss effects inside of the migration through the use of an attenuation model. Q tomography has been developed ...

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EAGE - European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers | Botao Qin © 2015 EAGE | June

The importance of anisotropy in seismic imaging has been recognized for several decades. In recent years, a growing number of anisotropic applications of reverse time migration (RTM) and full waveform inversion (FWI) have attempted to account for anisotropic effects of the real-world subsurface physics ...

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EAGE - European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers | James Cooper, Gordon Poole, Richard Wombell, Ping Wang © 2015 EAGE | June

In shallow water environments, water-layer related multiples (WLRMs) typically dominate other classes of multiple, and achieving effective attenuation of WLRMs is of significant interest. When combined with an appropriate adaptive subtraction, Model-based Water-layer Demultiple (MWD) has been found to be highly effective in attenuating ...

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EAGE - European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers | Raphael Sternfels, Ghislain Viguier, Regis Gondoin, David Le Meur © 2015 EAGE | June

Several methods have been proposed to improve the signal-to-noise ratio by attenuating incoherent noise, including prediction error filtering (Canales 1984), projection filtering (Soubaras 1995), and more recently rank reduction filtering. In this last category, we can differentiate eigenimage filtering (Trickett 2003), Cadzow / Singular ...

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EAGE - European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers | Qingqing Sun, Ramiro Moro, Weiping Gou, Nicolas Chazalnoel © 2015 EAGE | June

One way to address the problem of weak subsalt illumination is through angle gather illumination weighting (AGILW). In this technique, synthetic data mimicking the field data are generated and migrated the same way as the field data. Illumination weighting scalars are obtained by measuring ...

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EAGE - European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers | Thomas Elboth, Fakhreddine Haouam © 2015 EAGE | June

The test showed that, in the central North Sea, with appropriate denoising, we were able to successfully remove SI from all azimuths down to a vessel separation of less than 25 km. By adjusting vessel speeds to make sure that SI did not arrive ...

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EAGE - European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers | Chao Peng, Weiping Gou, Guoxing Liu © 2015 EAGE | June

We present an input data selection workflow based on 3D ray-tracing to improve the RTM image in areas of poor illumination and low signal-to-noise ratio. It is effective for imaging subsalt three-way closure with weak subsalt primaries and strong noise levels. The workflow can ...

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EAGE - European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers | Francesco Perrone, Patrice Guillaume, Tim Seher © 2015 EAGE | June

Serial processing of PP and PS waves leads to depth inconsistencies between the PP and PS migrated images. The link between P- and S-velocity model is the Vp/Vs ratio, whose estimation is an important task in multicomponent analysis because of its applications to lithology ...

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EAGE - European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers | Ross Haacke, Gary Hampson, Barbara Golebiowski © 2015 EAGE | June

Discusses use of simultaneous-source acquisition for sparse (ROV-deployed) OBN surveys, using time and motion studies to quantify impact on acquisition time. Also describes new technique for sim-src crosstalk noise attenuation using modified Radon operators. Finally, application to Gorgon OBN data for baseline and monitor ...