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Join our Thursday webinar series – FREE

Each Thursday for the next month, we will be running a series of FREE webinars.  We have 4 sessions for you, details below.

Each session will be run at 0800 CEST & 1500 CEST, and last approximately 45 minutes, including Q&A.  When you register please ensure you select the appropriate session for your time zone.

Session 1  
Sharp Reflections – Driving the Seismic Revolution
June 11th
Hosted by Bill Shea, CEO

Could you benefit from easy access to pre-stack seismic data?

Learn more about unlocking rich pre-stack information in our 4-part webinar series in June – kicking off with CEO, Bill Shea.

In the first session Bill will explain how Sharp Reflections’ Big Compute engine takes full advantage of today’s cloud computing infrastructures to deliver interactive AVO processing, interpretation, and inversion, all under one roof.

He will also illustrate how Sharp’s pre-stack seismic data model is revolutionizing “many stack” interpretation and driving innovations in full-azimuth and 4D seismic data analysis.

Watch a replay of the first session on vimeo

Session 2
Seismic Amplitude Interpretation – Straight from the Gathers
June 18th
Hosted by Joe Zuech, Technical Director, Americas

Do you rely on angle stacks for 3D amplitude interpretation?

It’s now possible to look beyond the stacks to get 3D gather data out of the archive and onto your desk.

This webinar will explain the simple and intuitive methods for visualizing and interpreting amplitudes directly from high-fidelity migrated gathers. By using this data your workflow can benefit from improved seismic calibration to wells, higher AVO resolution, and complete control over mutes, stack ranges, and attribute parameters to target specific reservoirs.

There’s no need to compromise.

Watch a replay of this session on vimeo

Session 3
Efficient Quantitative Interpretation, Part 1: Calibrated Gather Conditioning in Pre-Stack Pro
June 25th
Hosted by Stephane Perrier, Service Team Lead UK

Have you ever seen inversion results that fail to predict results in the next well? You’re not alone.  AVO inversion is a mature technology, but it remains an inexact science.

If you want to dramatically improve predictive power, careful post-processing of migrated gathers is required, especially when applied to multi-client seismic data. In this webinar, Stephane will highlight workflows for interactive gather QC and post-processing, which leverage Pre-Stack Pro’s fast parallel computing engine. He will also showcase the automated data conditioning workflow, and directly assess the impact on final QI products, including Extended Elastic Impedance (EEI) inversion.

Please join this session to learn how easy it is to improve AVO and inversion results with simple gather post-processing. Better data drives better decisions throughout the E&P cycle, from prospect risking to detailed field development.

Watch a replay of this session on vimeo

Session 4
Efficient Quantitative Inversion, Part 2: PCUBE+ Inversion in Pre-Stack Pro
July 2nd
Hosted by Peter Harris, Chief Geophysicist

In recent years, Sharp Reflections have integrated AVO processing and quantitative interpretation (QI) into a single, streamlined workflow. With funding from Equinor, Sharp Reflections embedded simultaneous pre-stack inversion codes from the Norwegian Computing Center (NR) directly into Pre-Stack Pro. As a result of this development, interpreters can analyze data with options from simple coloured inversion (EEI), through traditional prestack AVA inversion (CRAVA), up to an advanced lithofacies approach (PCUBE+).

In this webinar, Peter will highlight the advanced, fully integrated PCube+ inversion workflow. He will demonstrate the tight integration of rock property analysis, AVA well-tie, inversion calibration, and 3D analysis of the lithoclasses and elastic property results.

So, if you’d like to learn more about the advantages of the advanced lithofacies approach and compare results to a traditional inversion carried out with CRAVA, then please join us!

Watch a replay of this session on vimeo


Published on May 5, 2020