Abstract

This paper discusses how seabed logging (SBL)—a special CSEM technique developed by Statoil—can be interpreted on a standalone basis and integrated with seismic data. We go through interpretation techniques in which geologic reference areas are compared to the target area and introduce a depth-conversion technique that can be used in the initial phase of interpretation. We also explain how depth migration can estimate lateral extent and depth to resistors. Finally we suggest a classification system for SBL anomalies.

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