Meet Headwave at SEG Houston (Sept 22 - Sept 25, 2013)

Meet Headwave at SEG Houston (Sept 22 - Sept 25, 2013)

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Headwave is to attend the Society of Exploration Geophysicists International Exposition and 83rd Annual Meeting at George R. Brown Convention Center, 22 - 25 September, 2013, in Houston, Texas, USA. The SEG annual meeting is the world's largest oil, energy and mineral exposition showcasing cutting-edge technology for use in exploration and associated industries.

Booth Location

You will find Headwave at booth #700 (Hall E). Be sure to stop by for an informal live demo of Headwave's capabilities and features, and discuss your G&G challenges or experience with members from our G&G team.

Presentation Schedule

Zero to Hero in 10 minutes”, extended with a bonus track - “One Gather Is Not Enough

Presented by Dr. Ron Masters, Headwave Geoscience Advisor and SEG “IQ-Earth” Committee Chairman & Alex Krueger, President, Headwave

Analyze data now, manage it later! Headwave 2012 has a unique approach to analysis, allowing users to analyze data immediately without hours of reformatting. Watch while we explore 25GB of full-stack seismic, spanning 50x30 km (equivalent to 65 Gulf of Mexico OCS blocks). In our demonstration we will overlay the velocity field, noting regional trends and local variations that may indicate brittle & ductile zones. Viewing SEGY data directly from disk without loading the whole volume, we rapidly peruse a terabyte of gathers to diagnose plumbing associated with salt domes, gas sags and bright spots. Having identified an area of interest, 2 minutes suffices to generate intercept and gradient in Headwave proprietary compressed data format on a couple of inlines, confirming prospective anomalies.

Every Day: 11:00 AM

Foolproof AvO

Presented by Dr. Ron Masters, Headwave Geoscience Advisor and SEG “IQ-Earth” Committee Chairman & Alex Krueger, President, Headwave

Headwave’s unique non-linear cross plot coloring provides complete confidence that AVO anomalies describe the 3D spatial extent of subsurface material anomalies--reservoirs and fluids. See anomalies in the subsurface--where it matters--even before they are mapped or recognized in the cross plot.

Every Day: 3:00 PM

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