Troika is a leading participant in the SEG Technical Standards Committee and has been highly active in promoting best seismic data management practices through articles and presentations in upstream oilfield publications and international conferences. Troika also provides the chosen front end plug-in for major seismic data management and processing systems including Halliburton’s SeisSpace ProMax software family.
|Dates to be announced
Troika will be attending both ECIM and PETEX in 2023, details will follow once the dates have been announced.
|April 19, 2023||Seismic 2023
19th – 20th April 2023, Aberdeen, Scotland
The evolving role of seismic in the energy landscape.
The event will build on how seismic sustainably supports the UK’s energy security of supply and Net Zero obligations, and will cover hydrocarbons, renewables, geothermal, and carbon storage.
|June 5, 2023||EAGE Vienna 2023
5th – 8th June 2023, Vienna, Austria
Securing a sustainable future together, Europe’s largest multidisciplinary geoscience and engineering event!
The event will include a comprehensive conference programme and technical exhibition presenting the latest developments in geophysics, geology, earth sciences, and engineering.
|August 27, 2023||SEG Houston 2023
27th August – 1st September 2023, Houston, USA
The International Meeting for Applied Geoscience & Energy
In addition to the traditional topics in petroleum geoscience at IMAGE, discover new content areas uncovering the hottest science, market trends, and opportunities.
SEG-Y Seismic Data Exchange Format
A useful chart which shows the differences between SEG-Y rev0, rev1 and rev2. Published in Agile‘s blog post by Matt Hall, SEGY-Y Rev 2 again: Little-Endian is Legal!
For a printable copy – SEG-Y Revision Format Chart PDF.
Halliburton’s iEnergy® provides an easily accessible eLearning centre with E&P tools and resources, looks at industry standards and trends and encourages partner and customer relationships.
Troika are pleased to be an iEnergy Community Partner.
Troika Managing Director Jill Lewis and Vice President Victor Ancira are past Chairs of the Committee and led a team that prepared the specifications for SEG-Y revision 2.0. The Committee serves as a forum for the discussion of geophysical developments in which standards for acquisition and processing of geophysical data need to be identified or improved. When data problems of a sufficient magnitude to warrant action by SEG are identified, an appropriate subcommittee is appointed to develop a set of standards and make a recommendation to the Executive Committee concerning their adoption.
Learn more about SEG Technical Standards
SEG-Y REV 2.0
SEG-Y has been the default standard for storing and exchanging processed seismic data since it was published in 1975. A revision in 2002 extended the standard to handle 3D acquisition and high-capacity media. Since then, extensive developments in data acquisition and processing capabilities such as time-lapse (4D), multicable, multicomponent and seabed data have continued to evolve, requiring a further revision of the format to ensure accurate capture of the data and associated metadata to future-proof valuable information on tape or disk.
In addition to previous capabilities, SEG-Y revision 2.0 provides for up to 65,535 additional 240-byte trace headers for metadata, more than 4 billion samples per trace, variable sample intervals and trillions of traces per line or ensemble. The revised format also supports additional data sample formats including IEEE double precision (64 bit), little-endian and pair-wise byte swapping to improve I/O performance, microsecond accuracy in time and date stamps and additional precision on coordinates, depths and elevations.
SEG-Y_rev2 March 2017
Format and Tape Capabilities
The Magma software allows the user to determine and subsequently read all standard SEG recognised field and non-field seismic data formats. These include all current versions of the SEGD field format as well as legacy multiplexed field formats SEGA, SEGB, and SEGC. All versions of SEGY can be read, including the latest SEGY Rev 2.
There are additional modules available that allow the user to read non-standard sequential and non-sequential tape formats. These can be specifically customised by the user to achieve this.
Legacy media can also be handled. These include:
- 9-track tape
- 21-track tape
- IBM 3480/3490/3590 cartridge
- DAT 4mm
Seismic data can also be copied from tape to disk as an exact copy as found on the input media using an internal encapsulation. The data can then be investigated, prior to reading and subsequent output.
Troika are sole agents in the seismic industry for the VeriTape® reader, a premier tool for diagnosing the health of Linear Tape Open (LTO) and 3592 tape cartridges.
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