The static corrections that are needed to account for the near-surface weathering layer is one of the most fundamental problems in seismic processing.
Errors in static calculations can lead to poor resolution, bad well-ties and improper imaging of the subsurface objectives. Reservoir Geophysical utilizes
advanced refraction static methods to compute an accurate near-surface velocity model based off of first breaks. This model is analyzed and then used to
calculate surface-consistent long and short wavelength static corrections. Surface-consistent residual statics using reflection data can also be applied
in later processing steps to make additional small shifts in order to further improve seismic resolution. Reservoir Geophysical's proven static solutions have
consistently produced reliable results in various geologic regions around the world.