South Campeche 3D Ultracube
The South Campeche Ultracube™ 3D reprocessing project comprises approximately 15,900km2 and is located in one of Mexico's most prominent offshore exploration areas, with several proven oil and gas discoveries.
The project is a merge of three existing surveys; the Holok Alvardo 3D (2003), the Cequi 3D (2010) and the Boloi Norte-Balche-Xulum 3D (2003).
The new 3D Ultracube extends over 260 km in the southern part of the Campeche Bay area and will provide new depth imaging of the Southern Campeche - Sigsbee Basin and also parts of the offshore Comalcalco Basin.
The southern part of Mexican Ridges in the Veracruz Basin are also covered by the new South Campeche Ultracube.
The South Campeche Ultracube includes coverage of areas in Rounds 2 and 3 and is competitively priced for oil companies to utilise in their exploration efforts.
75% of the South Campeche Ultracube is located in waters less than 1000 metres in depth; with the shallowest water depth being approximately 30 metres.
The project incorporates a very thorough pre-stack imaging and post-stack processing sequence staged in two parts. Firstly, the pre-processing produces high S/N ratio, broadband data and secondly, imaging using TTI Kirchhoff and RTM technologies to properly image the subsurface, often with extensive salt pillows and diapirs.
Fast track products and final data is available now.
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TTI RTM Angle gather tomography
FWI sediment velocity update
Multi-scenario salt model velocity building
Fast Track PSTM Stack
Final Kirchhoff PSDM Stack
True amplitude Kirchhoff PSDM angle stacks (Full, near, mid, far, ultra-far)
Final RTM PSDM Full Stack
Final RTM PSDM angle gathers
Final PSDM Interval Velocities + horizons
Final PSDM epsilon & delta volumes
Pre-migration binned CMP gathers
Final processing report