Harvey 2D test seismic survey – issues and optimisations: final report

20th August 2014

Topic(s): Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), CO2 storage

This study validates the use of smaller sized vehicles to acquire signals in areas where access is not possible by conventional large vehicles in a 3D seismic survey. The study also demonstrated the best sweep characteristics to provide high resolution imaging of the shallow sections and delivered high resolution seismic images for the shallow sediments (<1000m) in the region of the Southwest Hub. The enhanced knowledge of the fault patterns at shallow depths also contributes to improved decision making for planning the next phase of reservoir characterisation activity at the site.


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Harvey 2D test seismic survey – issues and optimisations: final report


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