Havspurv High Resolution 2D Non-Exclusive Seismic Survey (SS1101)
Barents Sea, Norway
Searcher Seismic in conjunction with MAGE have acquired 10,004km of high resolution data over the Barents Sea. The Havspurv High Resolution 2D Seismic Survey (NPD Seismic Survey SS1101) is designed to provide oil companies with the first ever regional survey in the Barents Sea, focusing on correct imaging of the upper sedimentary units and the fault patterns near the sea floor. The key objective of the Havspurv 2D Survey is to properly image these shallow units and fault patterns in order to better understand the distribution of hydrocarbons and fault systems. This is achieved by utilising seismic acquisition parameters that are between a seismic site survey and a conventional 2D seismic survey.
The Havspurv 2D Survey was specifically designed to utilise a high frequency source signature towed at 4m water depth in order to further enhance the high frequency signal recoverable in the data. The data has been recorded at 18.75m shot point interval and recorded to 6 sec (TWT) sampled at 1ms.
The data processing is tailored to maintain the high frequency content with the latest demultiple algorithms being employed. A full suite of additional products have been generated during the PSTM sequence and allows futher work such as AVO studies. The additional products available and the high sample rate of acquisition is also of benefit for further inversion studies.
The Havspurv High Resolution 2D Seismic Survey is sponsored by North Energy. For further information, please contact us directly.
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