Papua New Guinea 3D project for Searcher

OE Staff
Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Searcher Seismic has started a 3D reprocessing project, offshore Papua New Guinea in the southwest Pacific Ocean.

The project comprises reprocessing existing open-file 3D datasets with a modern broadband de-ghosting and pre-stack depth migration sequence.

“As we’ve seen with our 2D seismic projects, reprocessing of legacy data in the highly prospective Gulf of Papua can bring significant data quality uplift," said Joshua Thorp, geoscience manager for Searcher.

“By utilizing a modern workflow with broadband deghosting and a full pre-stack depth migration sequence, we expect to resolve the complex structures of the fold belt and accurately delineate the deep grabens,” Thorp added.

Processing has commenced at WesternGeco in Perth and final data is expected in Q3 2017.

The 3D reprocessing project complements Searcher's existing 2D seismic coverage of the area which currently stands at over 75,000 km.

Categories: Geoscience Asia Geophysics Seismic

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