Earthworks is pleased to announce a remarkable new product DT-AMP™DT-AMP™ is a new and novel post-inversion processing product suitable for applying to relative/coloured impedance or deterministic inversion results. DT-AMP™ is designed to remove residual amplitude/thickness tuning effects that will be present in relative/coloured or deterministic inversion. DT-AMP™ may be applied to any pre- or post-stack inversion output or to the results of EEI inversion, or reflectivity data after integration to bandlimited impedance.DT-AMP™ offers a number of advantages overconventional inversion products:• Amplitude de-tuning is performed allowing extractedamplitudes to be used more reliably during seismicinterpretation. By removing thickness effects, the visibleamplitudes can be directly interpreted in terms oflitho-facies or property changes.• Multiple products are supplied, with and without tuningcorrections, allowing rapid comparison of results with justsingle interpretation horizon picks. Thicknesses, in time ordepth, together with Seismic Net:Gross and sand thicknessestimates are also immediately available as attributes onthe workstation.• Amplitude extraction is rapid for the interpreter aspicking is more robust and only a single pick (not a topand base zero crossing) is required in order to displayamplitudes and de-tuned amplitudes or seismic net payor sand thickness estimates.• Relative/coloured and deterministic inversion seismiccubes are not suitable for input as seismicconditioning for reservoir models due to tuning. Byprocessing with DT-AMP™, the volumes are detuned andready for reservoir model conditioning directly, in 3D,without the need for generating 2D seismic propertymaps picked between zero crossings and subsequentlydetuned.Our DT-AMP™ workflow can be applied with or without well calibration data, can be applied to existing inverted volumes supplied by the client or can added to our existing workflow and services to provide additional value added products toany relative/coloured or deterministic inversion processing.DT-AMP v3.2 New Features:•New density plotting on amplitude – thickness crossplots allows the user to see the density of clustered point data in the crossplot viewer. This makes for more detailed analysis and assists in identifying potential DHI anomalies through simultaneously inspecting amplitude dimming/brightening and velocity decrease.•A suite of bandwidth curves have been added so that the user can build a tuning curve from both modelled data as well as empirically fitting the curve. This allows for a smoother and less biased curve to fit to the events, especially for the thicker event in the tuning profile.•New ‘probes’ act as filters on the crossplot so that the user can display only points that intersect a selected horizon or for a map based polygon. These could for example allow you to see where your seismic DHI sits on the crossplot.•New interactive highlight tools in the crossplot. Highlight on a range of larger thickness, amplitude or constant rock property curves (derived from the tuning curve profile). Select this data on the crossplot and see where it is located on your map and seismic viewers.Article published by Geo ExPro Issue 5 October 2015
So you’ve run your inversion? Have you detuned it?
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Input Coloured Impedance ( hard sands in purple )
Detuned Coloured Impedance
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