by Prof Wayne Pennington, Dean and Professor Emeritus, Research Professor of Geophysical Engineering, Michigan Technological University
Thursday 21st February 2019, 11AM–12PM
ABSTRACT: The first ocean-bottom time-lapse seismic studies for reservoir monitoring were conducted at Teal South in the Gulf of Mexico. The data from this field, including one legacy streamer survey and two post-production ocean-bottom surveys have been used repeatedly to demonstrate new aspects of analysis and interpretation. This seminar will walk through that history, since 1998, with examples from recent publications.