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A stable deghosting operation to remove all S-R ghosts from broadband data and increase the bandwidth giving robust high resolution elastic properties and wavelet with no sidelobes.

Industry standard deghosting techniques cannot record the low end frequencies and may also result in poor resolution in the high frequencies.

SIP's eBAND technology, particularly when combined with ePEG™, is a step change technology for effective demultiple and broadband solutions using adaptive recursive filtering.

eBAND effectively deghosts broadband data, providing a clearer image, allowing the recovery of the low end frequencies and high resolution in the upper part of the section - by making frequencies > 90-110Hz available.

Much greater resolution can be extracted from the older traditional seismic surveys, and more accurate rock physics properties can be gained from the elastic inversions.

eBAND can save your company money by reducing unnecessary new acquisition expenditure and therefore improving project turnaround time.

ePEG Stack


ePEG + eBAND + Q


Seismic Image Processing Ltd (SIP) is a premier supplier of Geophysical and Quantitative Interpretation services. We offer unique proprietary technologies in processing and imaging through collaboration with our research partners.  We focus on techniques to provide optimum imaging which benefit AVO analysis and inversion. Our customers range from medium-sized explorers to oil majors and our experience includes mature and new frontier environments.

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