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HD Frequency Decomposition

ffA, the specialist in 3D seismic analysis software and services companies, has developed a technology for frequency decomposition that reveals information from seismic data right up to the limits of the seismic resolution. Using a proprietary adaptive technology, HD Frequency Decomposition precisely targets signal information at any frequency and achieves the best possible resolution at every point in the trace. The enhanced vertical resolution this gives results in a better match with well data and gives the precise vertical position of even the most subtle geological features.

The technology reveals previously inaccessible information on many aspects of the imaged geology, e.g. pinch outs, thinly bedded reservoir units etc,  that are critical to the technical and economic success of projects.

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