When artificial intelligence technology intersects with abundant oil and gas seismic data, the outcome could yield a more accurate depiction of what lies beneath the surface, enabling cash-strapped drillers to better target sweet spots and maximize returns.
It’s all based on algorithms that essentially teach computers how to solve complex problems—in this instance, how to quickly and accurately find subsurface faults that lead to lucrative hydrocarbon discoveries.
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