N469 - The Practice and Theory of Seismic Depth Imaging: Conventional and Unconventional Play

Course Overview
Many petroleum companies routinely utilize pre-stack depth imaging technology in seismic processing workflows for both conventional and unconventional plays. Depth imaging provides superior results compared to time processing including accurate time-to-depth conversions for well planning, reliable velocity models for pore pressure prediction, and superior geohazard identification. Participants will become familiar with the underlying theory and current industry practices in the application of pre-stack depth imaging technology in conventional and unconventional plays through the use of case studies located in both onshore and offshore environments. 

Participants will learn to:
•	Investigate the differences between time and depth imaging and understand the practical benefits of utilizing 
        pre-stack seismic imaging workflows.
•	Evaluate the various methods currently in use for pre-stack depth imaging.
•	Investigate the influence of anisotropy in depth imaging.
•	Demonstrate how velocity models are constructed and optimized for pre-stack depth imaging projects.
•	Construct practical interpretation workflows to analyze sub-salt seismic data.
•	Supervise the parameterization of pre-stack depth migration projects.



This course is offered by Nautilus (www.nautilusworld.com), a PEICE affiliated company and the world leader in Geosciences Training services.

A complete set of course materials and lunches are included.

All scheduled event(s) for this short course:
11-Sep-19 Houston (3 days) $ 3,147 USD
Instructor

David Kessler

Training Venue

To avoid potential course disruptions caused by the attendance of unconfirmed registrants, the training venue address will ONLY be provided to registrants upon receipt of payment (via an email confirmation note).