After careful testing, RSI and SeismicCity have established an optimized workflow to provide amplitude preserved seismic depth imaging and inversion services.
The collaboration emphasizes a joint offering whereby seismic imaging and inversion workflows are fully integrated, which offers significant advantages in terms of the quality and time to solution to develop a depth domain reservoir property and geometry model.
“We have been working successfully with RSI for over a year and have demonstrated the value of combining our world-class imaging technology with RSI’s quantitative interpretation methods. The net result is the delivery of reservoir property model in depth, meaning that reservoir properties can be directly interpreted for prospect evaluation and development,” said David Kessler, chief executive officer of SeismicCity, an independent geoscience firm offering depth model building and pre-stack depth migration technology and services.
Anthony Greer, chief executive officer of RSI, added: “RSI’s ability to extract reliable and properly positioned reservoir properties is wholly dependent upon the quality of the preceding imaging step. By integrating our technology and workflows we can guarantee consistency of velocity, anisotropy and well data within both the imaging and inversion algorithms, as well as directly controlling the quality of depth domain image gathers prior to seismic inversion.”
RSI is an independent geoscience consulting firm offering quantitative reservoir characterization with the goal of reducing exploration drilling risk and optimizing reservoir appraisal and development plans.