Explosive Seismic Data

Definition - What does Explosive Seismic Data mean?

Explosive Seismic Data is data which is obtained by using explosive energy such as dynamite. These are innovative techniques used in onshore areas that help to illuminate reservoirs which are hidden beneath the complex surface layers. The data helps oil and gas organizations to produce efficient results that proved to be difficult. Due to recent advancements in technology, Explosive Seismic Data provides optimization of acquisition practices without compromising acquisition efficiency. Explosives are regarded as the most effective sources of seismic energy.

Petropedia explains Explosive Seismic Data

The data acquired from explosives is known as Explosive Seismic Data and it is used to generate waves. Explosive Seismic Data is very essential as it improves the well placement and reduces the risks associated with the drilling process. However, gathering the Explosive Seismic Data relies upon two sources, that is, vibrators and explosives. Generally, the explosives are kept at a distance of 7 to 76 meters below the earth's surface. This technology is exclusively used in the oil and gas industry for exploration and carrying out reservoir management operations.

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