Marine High–Resolution Seismic Data Processing

RadExPro is fully capable for both single–channel and multi–channel HR/UHR marine seismic data processing, either 2D or 3D. It is compatible with any type of marine sources: airgun, sparker, boomer, etc.

Advanced denoising, high–resolution offshore statics, designature (automatic wavelet estimation, deghosting, debubbling, deconvolutions), efficient demultiple algorythms for multi–channel (SRME) and even single–channel data (Zero–Offset Multiple Attenuation), 3D regularization, pre–stack and post–stack migrations—all these algorithms are available in RadExPro and are capable of improving the quality of the processing result significantly.

An experienced processor would particularly enjoy the outstanding flexibility of the software allowing even the most sophisticated processing scenarios to be easily implemented in the modern user–friendly interface—for only a fraction of the price of any big seismic processing system on the market.

Using batch mode, you can easily process dozens or even hundreds of lines with the same flow. You can be confident of delivering results in time and meeting tough deadlines.

Outstanding Results of Marine High–Resolution Seismic Data Processing in RadExPro

Ultra–high resolution (up to 3000 Hz) data, acquired with a sparker source, water depth 2–5 meters.
CDP interval is 1 m.
Processing was carried in RadExPro seismic software by GeoSurveys.

Processing of small volume (40 in3) airgun seismic data, acquired in the Barent Sea.
Data courtesy of Tromsø University.

3D regularization is dedicated for interpolating 3D seismic data by common offsets on the regular grid. Algorithm is based on wavefield reconstruction in F–Kx–Ky domain.

Inline before and after regularization

Time slice before and after regularization

Data courtesy of DONG Energy, prestack processing in RadExPro by GeoSurveys