A quick trip to Oslo to talk about the structural development of the SW Barents Shelf
I’ve just returned from a very snowy Oslo, where I was visiting clients with Richard Whittaker (GeoArctic). This was a final meeting to deliver a project that has taken almost 2 years.
Using seismic and borehole imaging data, I produced a fault interpretation for part a structurally complex high on the SW Barents Shelf. Cross-cutting relationships between faults, fractures and seismic horizons were used to get a better understanding of the structural development of the region. Finally, a 3D structural and flexural uplift restoration was undertaken to help us understand how the high developed with respect to major phases of erosion and sedimentation.