Structural Interpretation

Three-dimensional (3-D) model of the Moreni diapir built using NN Salt Cube (seismic data) and well data (Tamas et al. 2015, 2018). The image also illustrates an inline of the 3-D seismic and the mapped base Maeotian unconformity.

We focus on building structural models by integrating multiple types of data. The seismic and well data is combined, where possible, with surface mapping, interpretation of 3D outcrops and scaled analogue models. These models are sometimes used to create geocellular property models.

Our attention also extends into understanding the deformation of salt, from the evolution and shape of salt diapirs to the internal deformation of salt structures. The main focus-point being understanding the evolution of salt structures in compressional settings.

Seismic interpretation and well log correlation are performed using multiple industry-standard software (i.e. Petrel, OpendTect, etc.). When possible, the construction of the structural models is done by also using structural validation techniques (in 2D, 3D Move or Structure Solver).

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