Are your gathers feeling droopy?

Are your gathers feeling droopy?

DUG Multi-parameter FWI to the rescue!

Isolating the roo ears (the tomographic part of a reflection) allows much more of the wavefield to be used (primary, multiple and ghosts!) to derive velocity-model updates.

In the example below a detailed model that resolved lateral variations in the overburden resulted in flatter gathers, better imaging and simpler structures at depth.

Multi-parameter FWI inverts for high-resolution Earth models using much more of the seismic wavefield.

It is an integral part of DUG’s depth model-building strategies for both conventional workflows and MP-FWI Imaging.

A multi-parameter inversion is necessary when using reflections for velocity model building and imaging. Both kinematics (velocity) and dynamics (reflectivity) are required. A single-parameter FWI cannot resolve these two quantities accurately.

DUG Multi-parameter FWI Imaging is a complete replacement for the conventional processing and imaging workflow.

Superior results, faster.

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BEX MC3D data courtesy of Multi-Client Resources

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