E1: Seismic survey design technology based on 3D finite-difference wave field modeling
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Seismic prediction of complex hydrocarbon reservoirs is a complicated task. Present approaches to this problem often give wrong results. Usage of 3D full waveform seismic computer modelling allows us to improve all stages of seismic prospecting in such regions. It is presented a case study of computer modeling application to Eastern Siberia reservoirs. Aspects of seismo-geological model construction are discussed. It is shown that analysis of synthetic seismograms enables choosing of appropriate data acquisition system, processing graph and interpretation techniques.
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