Seismotech, Ltd. will present a report at the Conference "Krasnoyarsk seismic 2021 - place of discovery" on November 10th, 2021
"Current Trends in Seismic Data Processing"
The speaker: Silaenkov Oleg, the Chief Geophysicist
At every stage of seismic development, new (at that time) methods of data processing and interpretation were in demand and popular. Some of this has remained in the main processing toolbox, and some has moved to the periphery or disappeared altogether.
What is considered modern in processing today and is often included in specifications as mandatory additions to the graph? Of course, they are FWI, Q-tomography, RTM migration, less often BIM migration, Q-migration (absorption-aware migration). Various variations on the theme of machine learning are also popular.
Probably, the stated topic of the report is perceived as a discussion of this "modern" topic. Admittedly, such a discussion would, in part, be highly relevant. Popular "novelties" are by no means new and have been maturing for several decades.
It would seem that now, the technology has matured to incorporate them into practice, there is a new opportunity to address the overdue problems of seismic. Is that the case?