Teapot dome 3D survey
A presentation to the SEG IQ Earth Commitee by William Harbert in 2012 is a good overview of the data.
To download, see instructions below.
There are several papers that have used this data archive. Links to papers are:
Seal integrity and feasibility of CO2 sequestration in the Teapot Dome EOR pilot: geomechanical site characterization.
An overview of reproducible 3D seismic data processing and imaging using Madagascar.
Data available to the public
The July 6, 2013 RMOTC Website said:
The data contained on RMOTC’s data CDs is non-proprietary. Its intended use is for scientific research, testing and demonstrating software, training end-users, and as an exploration/production analog. In order to track the data sets and their use, please provide your contact information for RMOTC’s records. If you use any of RMOTC’s data in a presentation or publication, acknowledge RMOTC and the U.S. Department of Energy as the data source.
- For more information, please contact:
- Connie Wallace, Business Development Manager
- 307.233.4800 extension 4846
- To discuss testing opportunities or request additional information, please provide your contact information below or contact our Business Development Team directly.
How to download
You can download from the open.source.geoscience amazon server:
To download tar file of well logs, formation tops, post stack migrated data click here Data includes well logs in LAS format, 3D post stack migrated data, Word doc with processing sequence, word doc with 3D four corners, and 3D horizons To download the 3D filterred migration click here To download the 3D preprocessed cmp gathers at smooth surface click here To download the 3D unprocessed shot gathers click here To download the 3D dmo velocity text file click here Depending on your operating system, web browser, preference, etc you may need to click the right mouse button on the hypertext links above and select "save link as"
The old RMOTC web sites no longer work.
- links to papers that need to be uploaded from my directory Documents/teapot_papers