Welcome to Seismic Utensils, LLC
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Filip Soos and Jim Applegate founded SeismicUtensils, LLC in 2016 with the idea of bringing additional exploration tools to the market.
The goal is to bring additional functionality to the exploration software packages that are currently on the market.
We plan to provide utilities to support the capabilities of the existing packages. The objective is to develop straight-forward, yet elegant, and technically sound products that will be easy to use and provide information that users can exploit to improve their exploration success.
Our first product is AVO-Detect.
Work is currently underway on the development of additional tools that we anticipate releasing later in 2017.
SeismicUtensils, LLC is headquartered in Denver, Colorado, USA. A development and support operation is located near Hamburg, Germany.
Jim Applegate will present a paper written in association with Doug Paul of SeisWare; Travis Brown of Travis Exploration Group; and Filip Soos of SeismicUtensils at URTEC (Unconventional Resources Technology Exhibit and Conference) in Austin, Texas on July 25. URTEC runs from July 24 through July 26. The presentation is entitled: “Integrating AVO Analysis With …
Visit SeismicUtensils in Booth 23 with Thompson Solutions and Gravity Map Service for a demo of the latest version of AVO-Detect. AVO-Detect provides both pre-stack and post-stack attributes to supplement your basic interpretation package. Drop by to see the latest features including 3D visualization of attributes, frequency volumes, curvature volumes, etc, all of which supplement …
Complex Fracture and Fault Patterns Within the Niobrara: How Important Are They? Dr. Jim Applegate* – SeismicUtensils, LLC; W. Travis Brown – Travis Energy Group, Inc.; Doug Paul – SeisWare, Inc.; Filip Soos – SeismicUtensils, LLC The presentation given by Dr. Jim Applegate at the 23rd annual 3D Seismic Symposium presented by DGS and RMAG …