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  • Exporting RGB Blend from Geoteric to Petrel®

    First Method: Exporting RGB blend from Geoteric to Petrel using Geoteric's Link for Petrel
  • Bedform Blends

    RGB Frequency Decomposition Blends are extremely useful in identifying both structural and stratigraphic events. These are best observed in the Z domain as the effects of vertical smearing are minimized. When observed along the inline or ...
  • A quantitative volumetric fault density volume in Geoteric

    When it comes to geomodel building, Fault Detect volumes of Geoteric can be used as input for a discrete fault network. There are, however, other measures that can be derived from this volume. The workflow discussed below creates a volume ...
  • AVO Screening (Part 5): Scaled reflectivity

    This is the last part of our series on AVO screening in Geoteric. Scaled reflectivity is a volume that results from a rotation of the gradient-intercept crossplot using a certain χ angle. If the right χ angle is used, it will highlight ...
  • AVO Screening (Part 4): AVO Product and Reflection coefficient difference

    Gradient and Intercept volumes can be generated from the angle stacks as discussed in Part 3. The Gradient and Intercept volumes can be combined in a number of ways to generate different AVO attributes, such as AVO Product or Reflection ...
  • AVO Screening (Part 3): Gradient and Intercept volumes

    The aim of this workflow is to provide a more quantitative and analytical approach to understanding and distinguishing AVO anomalies.
  • AVO Screening (Part 2): AVO colour blends

    Geoteric's colour blending and volume comparison capabilities can be used very effectively to screen for AVO anomalies and get an initial understanding of areas where you want to focus on for a more detailed AVO analysis.
  • AVO Screening (Part 1): Difference and ratio volumes

    The simplest way of AVO Screening involves the computation of difference and ratio volumes to highlight differences in amplitude between stacks. This amplitude difference may represent lithological/fluid differences.
  • Polygons and Colour Blend Segmentation

    Polygons can be imported in ASCII format into Geoteric but also created on colour blends in the 2D colour blend viewer. The polygons created this way can be saved to the project tree and smaller polygons can be used to segment a colour ...
  • Iso-Proportional Slicing (IPS)

    Horizon interpretation is known to be very time consuming. Therefore, the advantage of having the IPS tool is that an interpreter can interpret one or two bounding horizons, which could be non-parallel, put them up within the IPS tool and ...
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