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Practical structural geology tools for Interpreters
We will be exhibiting StructureSolver at the SEG Annual Conference and Exhibition in Anaheim, California, October 14-17, booth 2115. Please visit us for demonstrations of Version 3.2 with component restorations.
In-booth Presentation Schedule
StructureSolver Version 3.2 was released June 2018.
Highlights of Version 3.2:
Please contact us for more information.
Coming soon: StructureSolver Plugin for Petrel
The StructureSolver Petrel plugin enables seamless sharing of seismic data and interpretation between StructureSolver and Petrel, and makes structural analysis accessible to all Petrel seismic interpreters. We are currently testing the beta version, and expect to release the first version early next year.
Restoration of Complex Structures
The StructureSolver component restoration feature, introduced in Version 3.0, provides rapid, intuitive restoration for complex structures. Since this includes restoration of the seismic data, you can confidently analyze and interpret sub-salt structures. Contact us to see examples of this technique.
Recent Publications and Awards
The StructureSolver-TGS presentation at the AAPG 2017 Annual Conference and Exhibition
"Quantitative Structural Analysis of Newly Acquired Data From Mexican Ridges Fold Belt, Western Gulf of Mexico", by N Eichelberger, A. Nunns, C. O'Reilly, R. Dirkx, I. Yarbuh, and D. Bate.
was selected by the Geological Society of America as one of the best presentations at AAPG 2018 Annual Meeting. You may view the presentation here.
StructureSolver has developed innovative interactive tools to create structural models in the presence of erosion. With this technique, you can estimate the amount of erosion, and understand burial history. The paper was recently published in theJournal of Structural Geology.
Eichelberger, N. W., Nunns, A. G., Perez, N. D., Ball, S., Claroni, D. J., He, D., 2018. Incorporating Simple Erosion into Structural Forward Models: the Effects of Regional Erosion on Growth Strata Geometry. Journal of Structural Geology, v. 116, pp. 146-158.
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The StructureSolver Teamwww.structuresolver.com
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