On Wednesday September 21 our Head of Geosciences, Dr Peter Szafian will be presenting 'Advanced Seismic Interpretation in Renewable Energy Projects using 3D Exploration and (Ultra) High Resolution Seismic Data' at EAGE Near Surface Geoscience 2022 Conference and Exhibition.
Although there is a clear distinction between renewable and non-renewable energy, the boundaries are not so sharp when it comes to the sub-surface challenges geoscientists must solve, and the techniques they can apply to do so.
Established and new seismic interpretation workflows and data visualisation techniques can help identify shallow geohazards and improve the accuracy of geotechnical models of the near surface. Although exploration type seismic data can be used for analysing the shallow sub-seabed strata, 3D high and ultra-high-resolution data offer significantly more detail and are required for a thorough site characterisation.
The time pressure of the Net Zero Initiative requires an immediate transfer and deployment of established and brand-new seismic interpretation techniques which are beginning their journey towards wide-spread use in the shallow sub-seabed and near surface engineering projects.
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