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Spectraseis announces further LF seismic patents

Friday, October 8, 2010

Spectraseis has received a seventh US patent for low frequency seismic.

Previously, Spectraseis has been awarded six US and two European Union (EU) patents with 14 US Patent Applications still pending at the US Patent and Trademark Office and another 10 applications pending before the European Patent Office.

The Spectraseis research program continues to make patentable discoveries that it says helps its customers more efficiently find and produce hydrocarbon reserves. The issued patents and pending applications cover proprietary technologies that Spectraseis uses for processing low frequency seismic data as well as tools for better integration and interpretation with other G&G data for exploration and development projects.

The patents issued to Spectraseis thus far include methods for hydrocarbon reservoir mapping, signal analysis, and direct detection of fluid systems within the earth.  In particular, Spectraseis' patented Time Reverse Imaging algorithms yield remarkable images of subsurface fluid locations in client's exploration and production properties.  TRI images, when integrated with structural information from conventional seismic surveys, greatly lower exploration risk and improve knowledge of the fluid system for field development, says the company.

The latest applications pending before the US and European patent offices include Spectraseis' new generation of powerful imaging condition methods that separate signal from noise to locate fluids in depth.



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