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eXchromaSG
By Schlumberger
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Plug-in Attributes
Platform:
Petrel
Lifecycle
Exploration | Appraisal | Concept
ECCN:
US origin with German content, EAR99; US origin with comingled content, EAR99
Version
  • 2014 | 2015 | 2016
Plug-in Overview
Designed for the interpretation geologist & geophysicist, eXchromaSG allows you to interrogate your 3D seismic data and isolate important geologic details. It does this by processing seismic data as points not wavelets, thereby achieving enhanced seismic sample resolution. Geologic features previously indiscernible can now be seen in detail, in 3D.
Specifications

Requirements

  • Petrel 2014.x, 2015.x or 2016.x
  • Petrel Geoscience Core or Petrel Combined Core
  • Petrel Seismic Interpretation module
  • Petrel Seismic Volume Rendering and Extraction module

Applications

  • Produce a Petrel ZGY 3D volume that can be analyzed for geologic features and processes
  • Drilling hazard identification and unstable seafloors
  • Active faults, fault scarps, and gas hydrates identification
  • Well Planning
  • Guide horizons and geobody interpretations

Key Features

  • Create Structural attribute cubes (Structure)
  • Create Structurally sharpened RGB (SRGB) cubes
  • Create Structurally sharpened amplitude cubes (S Amp)
  • Output cubes can be used for interpretation of seismic data cubes in various stages of seismic processing and interpretation workflow, including exploration, geobody extraction, and quality control.
Features
The eXchromaSG software transforms 3D seismic data volumes into a continuous color domain, where the data are processed in a way similar to the processing of satellite image data. The process produces a family of attributes consisting of structurally sharpened red-green-blue (SRGB) volumes, structure volume, and structurally enhanced amplitude (S AMP) volume.
Additional Information

Laake, A., 2012, Structural mapping with spectral attributes, SEG Annual Meeting Las Vegas Nov 4 – 9, 2012.

El-Emam, A., Ebaid, A., Zahran, W., Al-Ajmi, B., Saleh, T., Cunnell, C., Laake, A., El Din, R.S. and Wahab, H.A., 2013, Delineation of karsts, a new approach using seismic attributes – Case study from Kuwait, 83rd SEG, Houston, 22-27 September 2013.

Laake, A., 2013a, Structurally sharpened continuous color method for extraction of structural features from seismic data, 75th EAGE Conference & Exhibition incorporating SPE EUROPEC 2013, London, UK, 10-13 June 2013.

Laake, A., 2013b, Structural interpretation in color – A new RGB processing technique for extracting geological structures from seismic data, 83rd SEG, Houston, 22-27 September 2013.

Laake, A. and Fiduk, J.C., 2013, Seismic processing and interpretation in colour. First Break, 31, 81-85.

Laake, A. and Wallet, B., 2013, Improved salt body delineation using a new structure extraction workflow, 75th EAGE Conference & Exhibition incorporating SPE EUROPEC 2013, London, UK, 10-13 June 2013.

Laake, A., Olsen, H., Frizzell, B., and Schmidt, I., 2014, Geologically validated stratigraphic earth models from seismic data, 76th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2014, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 16-19 June 2014, paper Tu G107 07.

Laake, A., 2014a, Mapping sand injectites from colour-processed multimeasurement seismic data, 76th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2014, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 16-19 June 2014, paper Tu G107 08.

Laake, A., 2014b, Detection and delineation of geologic hazards from seismic data, SEG 84th Annual Meeting, Denver CO, 26-31 October 2014, accepted for presentation (segam2014-0137).

Laake, A., Zhaoming, W, Gengxin, P., Duoming, Z., Yongfu, C., and Hui, Z., 2014, Mapping ultra-deep karst in its geological context, SEG 84th Annual Meeting, Denver CO, 26-31 October 2014, accepted for presentation (segam2014-0746).