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Geosciences Eurasia Conference and Exhibition
GeoEurasia 2018

2018, February 5-8. Moscow

Our booth at the 79th Conference & Exhibition EAGE (photo report)
June 12-15, 2017
Paris, France


Important information!
At this time, all new technology implementation, seismic data processing and interpretation projects are being operated by NPP Spetsgeofizika, founded in 2007. GDS retains its role as a petroleum geology consultancy and purveyor of innovative technologies.

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    AViSeis® ®    
IST-3MP — static correction interactive technology ® SeisWin — field QC ® GDS-I — vibrator control geophysical digital system ®

The core tasks of supervision during the processing and interpretation stages include in-house data processing QC, and in particular shallow interval data QC (when applicable).

The supervisor acts as an onsite client representative in strict compliance with the client's specifications.

The supervisor is in charge of monitoring compliance with processing and interpretation specifications applicable to seismic and logging data, as well as overall data quality.

Key supervisor's tasks:

  • Support testing and selection of processing parameters.
  • Approve the final workflow and processing parameters based on test results.
  • Accept processing results or request re-processing/additional processing (statics/moveout correction, muting, F-K filtering, inverse filtering, velocity analysis, PSTM/PSDM, etc.).
  • Monitor preliminary seismic and geologic interpretation, including reflector identification and correlation based on VSP, log data and wavefield modeling.
  • Monitor integrated interpretation of seismic, logging and production data. This includes monitoring of time and structural imaging, identification and detailed delineation of faults, and the development of depositional and reservoir models.
  • Review and approve contractor's processing and interpretation reports submitted to the client (including final reports).
  • Prepare supervisor's reports related to seismic data processing and interpretation, and evaluate the results vs. the desired exploration outcomes.