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NATIONAL OIL

Scope of Work

2D Seismic Data Processing Services

SCOPE OF WORK

2D SEISMIC DATA PROCESSING
SERVICESAT BLOCK 14T
OF KENYA

NATIONAL OIL CORPORATION
OF KENYA

January 2013
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.............................................4 Weekly Report .. 6 5............................................................ Objective ...................1 Basic 2D PSTM Processing Sequence .................................... 5 4.............2 Optional Sequence........ 3 2.... Acquisition Specification .............. 6 4........................................................................................... Representative ............................................................................. 5 4....................................................................................................NATIONAL OIL Scope of Work 2D Seismic Data Processing Services TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.. 7 8....................................... 7 2 ........................... Quality Control and HSE ...................................................................... Processing Strategy .................................................................................................................................. 2D Processing Sequence ............3 Polarity ................................... 5 4........ 6 7. Technical Questionnaire ....... Deliverables .......... Quality Assurance............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 3 3......................................................................................................................................................... 7 9............... 3 4.......................................................................................

Line-7=30km) Number live channels per shot 480 Maximum offset 6. Line-6=40km.NATIONAL OIL Scope of Work 2D Seismic Data Processing Services 1. Acquisition Information Number of Survey lines 7 Total Line length 400 km (Line-1=100km.000m Fold125 (Maximum) Source spacing Record length Sampling Rate 50 m vibration point interval 8 sec after correlated 2msec 3 . Line-4= 50km. 2. Processing Strategy The processing shall be conducted as described in this Exhibit. fully secured. CONTRACTOR shall set the FTP server and WEBVISTA,which is web based. Line-2=90km. Acquisition Specification The field data for the processing shall be acquired using the following basic parameters. which allow quantitative use of the processed data for detailed structural interpretation and precise reservoir characterization 3. CONTRACTOR shall make every effort to deliver the products of best quality within the specified schedule. Line-3=40km. CONTRACTOR shall submit to NATIONAL OIL the products which include the items as listed in this Exhibit. In the processing. In order for NATIONAL OIL to have a quick. Line-5=50km. In the processing CONTRACTOR shall submit to NATIONAL OIL weekly report which describes the items in this Exhibit. project tracking and QC system. Objective The objective of this onshore 2D seismic data processing is to achieve good quality seismic data sufficient for detailed structural interpretation and precise reservoir characterization in a timely manner. comprehensive and continuous QC.

NATIONAL OIL Scope of Work 2D Seismic Data Processing Services Geodetic Parameters Survey Datum: WGS 84 Spheroid: WGS 84 Projection: UTM Zone 48N Acquisition Output/Processing Input SDLT media in SEG-D format Observer’s logs Navigation data in UKOOA format Figure 1. The planned 2D Seismic lines 4 .

In such case.2 Optional Sequence The CONTRACTOR may add its recommended processing items or propose to apply the latest processing technique. The final processing sequence shall be determined by NATIONAL OIL during processing. However. 5 .NATIONAL OIL Scope of Work 2D Seismic Data Processing Services 4.1 Basic 2D PSTM Processing Sequence CONTRACTOR shall follow the below processing sequence that mean the basic processing. the CONTRACTOR must propose the compensation in the price list in addition to what is provided in the proposal. The below processing sequences shall be followed. trying to achieve the objective of onshore 2D seismic data processing. if there are Contractor's proposed sequences. CONTRACTOR shall fine-tune and optimize the proposed sequences. Format Conversion Trace Edit Geometry Setting Static Correction Minimum-phase Conversion First Break Suppression Amplitude Recovery (Spherical Divergence Compensation) Pre-Stack Noise Attenuation (F-K Filter etc. under the supervision of NATIONAL OIL.. if deemed necessary) 2D Time Migration 4.. 2D Processing Sequence 4. if deemed necessary) Deconvolution (Predictive Deconvolution or Surface Consistent Deconvolution) Trace Balancing 1" Velocity Analysis ( 1km * 1km) Residual Static Correction 2D DMO 2nd Velocity Analysis (500m * 500m NMO Mute Stack Datum Correction Post-Stack Noise Attenuation (F-X Deconvolution etc. those proposals may be submitted. However.

Weekly report must include the below.) Pre-Stack Time Migration Pre-Stack Depth Migration 4. - Processing status.Display: Negative number (acoustic impedance) 4. with statistical summary to evaluate progress - Parameter tests and their results - Comments and request for the NATIONAL OIL’s decision - Others 5.NATIONAL OIL Scope of Work 2D Seismic Data Processing Services Spectrum Compensation (Q Compensation etc.4 Weekly Report In processing duration. Time Schedule The 2D seismic data processing job would be started immediately after data acquisition. Deliverables  SDLT SEGY media of final 2D PSTM gathers 3 copies  DLT SEGY media of final 2D velocity model 3 copies  DLT SEGY media of final 2D PSTM stack data 3 copies (full stack and angle stacks)  CD or DVD of P1/90 final navigation data  Final Processing Report CD or DVD 4 copies  Final Processing Report Paper version 4 copies 3 copies  (a) Four (4) copies of report which describes the below items at least.Normal SEG standard: compressional wave recorded as a negative number ontape. Methodology Summary on each processing sequence Parameter test results and decisions Conclusions of the processing (b) Four (4) set of the above report in appropriate digital format. 6 . weekly report must be submitted to NATIONAL OIL by e-mail. . 6.3 Polarity .

8.Turn-around time on bar-chart with break down for each processing items. Quality Control and HSE CONTRACTOR shall implement and maintain a quality assurance and quality control systems and HSE systems and if requested by NATIONAL OIL. 7. The CONTRACTOR’s proposed turnaround schedule shall be reflected in final executed contract.Additional optional processes. CONTRACTOR shall provide NATIONAL OIL's representative(s) with adequate office facilities and all necessary assistance to NATIONAL OIL's representative(s). Technical Questionnaire  The TENDERs are requested to indicate: .Contractor’s personnel resume. Processing team for this project. including but not limited to workstation hardware and software. . .NATIONAL OIL Scope of Work 2D Seismic Data Processing Services upon finalization of contract in accordance with bidding procedures. 7 . CONTRACTOR shall submit to NATIONAL OIL documents which describe such systems applied to the Services. 9. Flops. capacity of disk and memory and so on). migration and other processing? Please give details (computer power in G. number of CPU’S (nodes).  What main hardware do you have to be used for velocity analysis. digital access to CONTRACTOR's processing system required for quality control. Internet access. and other facilities required for communication with NATIONAL OIL's offices. Quality Assurance.  Estimate of the duration time of both 2D processing and 2D reprocessing. Representative NATIONAL OIL shall send its representative(s) to CONTRACTOR's processing centre during the processing work for start-up meeting and checking processing flow and processing parameters as well as quality control.