On-demand Global Seismic Data
As machine learning becomes commonplace in the oil and gas industry the need for organised data with known provenance and usage rights has never been greater. The majority of currently available seismic data is fraught with challenges, from legacy file formats and inconsistent metadata to dynamic range problems. To address this issue, Searcher Seismic have recently launched Saismic™, a cloud-based service that provides global seismic data on-demand with native support for deep learning and advanced analytics. This transformative product offers the E&P industry an innovative and smarter way to interact with seismic data on the premise that it should be adaptive, flexible and compatible with today’s big-data tools.
Saismic initially started out as a project to improve Searcher’s internal data management and to streamline the delivery of seismic data, but seeing the potential, it developed rapidly to a platform that holds millions of kilometres of 2D and hundreds of thousands of square kilometres of 3D seismic. This global library of data has been deconstructed from the rigid flat file format traditionally associated with seismic and transformed into a distributed, scalable, big data store, allowing for rapid access, complex queries and efficient use of compute power.
Further Reading on Seismic Data Coverage from Searcher Seismic
Recommended GEO ExPro articles relating to seismic data acquisition activity from Searcher Seismic.
Unraveling the Hydrocarbon Potential of the East Palawan Basin
Andrew Weller, Searcher Seismic Pty Ltd, and Krista Davies, Discover Geoscience Pty Ltd
Insights from the only five wells drilled to date, together with modern seismic data, reveal that there is still much to be unraveled in the East Palawan Basin of the Philippines.
This article appeared in Vol. 16, No. 2 - 2019
Hydrocarbon Prospectivity of the Offshore Canning Area in Western Australia
Said Amiribesheli, Discover Geoscience Pty Ltd; Andrew Weller, Searcher Seismic Pty Ltd
Recent petroleum discoveries, including the Dorado-1 well, in the Bedout Sub-Basin indicate a promising future for the hydrocarbon prospectivity of offshore Western Australia.
This article appeared in Vol. 15, No. 6 - 2018