• Narrow Beam Scan

    The Narrow Beam Scan method is a breakthrough technology in surface microseismic monitoring.

  • Reprocessing

    Now is an ideal time to revitalize your understanding of the reservoir.

  • High Confidence

    Establish high confidence in your microseismic results.

Software Tools

NanoSeis has over 50 "battle hardened" software modules that are available for microseismic surface processing and combined surface-downhole processing. These tools are implemented as SeisSpace/ProMAX® plug-ins, and are available for license to oil and gas companies, with or without source code. NanoSeis will also provide a dedicated software developer for companies that seek customizations, or are interested in developing their own tools.

The NanoSeis tool suite includes:

  • Robust automated SEG-Y and SEG-D data loading, including preservation of key timing information from the extended headers from vendors such as Sercel, Oyo, and Wireless Seismic.
  • Fully automated event picking for downhole and surface data.
  • Highly optimized Source Scanning for surface data, including support for VTI and HTI anisotropy.
  • Utility processing tools for simultaneous processing of surface and downhole data, including tools to resolve timing issues.
  • "Dual moveout" analysis of combined surface and downhole data.
  • Narrow Beam Scan processing (PDF brochure).
  • 2D Narrow Beam Scan processing, which can be applied to conventional surface data of grids of lines or star arrays.
  • Wrappers for some popular public domain finite difference modeling codes, with support for VTI anisotropy.
  • Several surface consistent statics methods for surface microseismic data (example) .
  • Microseismic 2D graphics tools for quality control and event classification.
  • MagicMoment┬« highly robust source mechanism inversion (PDF brochure).
  • Event magnitude determination for surface data.
  • Event verification tools, including the "Reality Factor" for identification of false positives in surface microseismic data.
  • Interactive velocity and VTI editing, combined with graphical event moveout.
  • Velocity/anisotropy inversion using a simulated annealing Monte Carlo approach (PDF brochure).
  • Microseismic 3D graphics tools for quality control (example 1) (example 2) .