GeoStreamer X combines multisensor broadband fidelity with rich azimuth illumination. Acquisition design can include wide-tow sources, dense streamers for improved near-offset distribution, and long streamers for accurate velocity model building. The strategy can be applied to upgrade data in any geological regime.
Redefining Multi-Azimuth Towed-Streamer Seismic
PGS pioneered multi-azimuth (MAZ) imaging for improved target illumination. GeoStreamer X takes the solution one step further to deliver rich azimuthal data with broadband frequencies. With configurations tailored to targets, added benefits can be achieved from wide-tow sources and dense streamer spreads to resolve complex exploration targets.
The GeoStreamer X configuration can be applied to new surveys in frontier areas or to overshoot existing GeoStreamer data for a rapid upgrade.
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Key Advantages of GeoStreamer X
- Cost-effective multi-azimuth illumination
- Delivers high-quality exploration data up to five times faster than node acquisition
- Long or extra-long offsets for reliable FWI velocity model building, which can be used as an independent tool for exploration
- Wide-tow sources for optimal near offset coverage, reduced turnaround, and reliable AVO analyses
- Multi-sources for improved dense spatial sampling and efficiency
- Deep tow GeoStreamer for best signal-to-noise
- Considerably reduced cost and turnaround - single vessel set up for shallow targets
- Less environmental footprint of using a single vessel for shallow targets, and reduced risk of area conflicts with fisheries