3D inversion can take full advantage of the azimuth data acquired in 3D grids, which improves the final result significantly compared to traditional 2D EM data.

3D inversion can provide a subsurface 3D resistivity distribution that delineates prospects and reservoirs, and places them accurately, both laterally and in depth. The incorporation of full-azimuth data acquired in 3D grids enhances the spatial resolution and accuracy of the final 3D resistivity model.

Key features

  • Includes transverse isotropy vertical (TIV), anisotropic and isotropic inversion
  • Uses 3D EM data to provide 3D resistivity-depth cubes
  • Uses inline and azimuthal data
  • Can use constraints from external data such as seismic horizons
  • Resistivity models delivered in SEG-Y format for easy integration