7 December 2019
Jan Langhammer’s E-Lecture has the following subject: reducing the crossline bin-size in marine seismic streamer exploration can be performed by using more sources without compromising the efficiency of the operation. Triple-source in marine seismic streamer
acquisition has been tested in the past, but with limited commercial success compared to dual-source acquisition. With the introduction of new and better low noise streamers, in addition to the ability to record and deblend simultaneous source data,
it is time to revisit the use of triple-sources in marine seismic exploration for decreased crossline bin-size leading to better spatial resolution. A triple-source configuration can find its application in shallow and deeper water areas for imaging
of targets where reduced crossline spacing and higher fold may be required
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