Te company says that users also unlock more information from 2D seismic data by applying techniques that are typically reserved for 3D interpretation, including opacity control in the 3D canvas. In addition, massive amounts of 3D data can be visualised and interpreted without loading all the data to RAM. “Combine the traditional line-by-line
approach with the latest algorithms and tools, including amplitude- and waveform-based tracking, for 3D volume interpretation. Rapidly identify stratigraphic or structural features, and then interpret horizon and fault though the volumes,” says Schlumberger. Petrel interprets across
multiple 3D and 2D surveys – either in the interpretation or in 3D windows – to gain the best understanding in the shortest time. Users can also interpret the same event across multiple surveys, and grid, contour, and map whole or partial events for individual surveys. While users are able to pick faults in the
thousands of traces, hundreds of kilometres and coordinate systems, and multiple 3D vintages and surveys.
Cross-discipline creativity Te oil and gas industry today requires more cross-discipline work than ever. Production engineers are responsible for in-depth analysis of microseismic data, performing volumetric calculations and production prediction and monitoring. Drilling engineers are working with geologists and geophysicists in critical geosteering projects like never before.
KINGDOM matches seismic data interpretation to microseismic events, generates a better understanding of reservoir to well treatments, and dynamically updates with user manipulation of microseismic events. Te software also includes easy tools to lasso or digitise desired subsets in any view in order to cut or crop points, while providing dynamic visualisation of microseismic events by any attribute as applied to colour, size, and visibility. Lastly, the official release of OpendTect
Multi-user simultaneous project access enables better team collaboration and
end-to-end, integrated functionality allows everyone to work from the same database.
background, Petrel software grids faults and applies fault connection rules, producing an accurate fault framework for a complex structure. Grid horizon interpretation creates a true water-tight model that can be used in the model or high-quality structural maps: and shortens the time it takes to create a complex model by providing a cleaner interpretation and creating the structural framework in advance. Finally, using the Seismic Survey Manager
to effectively manage 2D and 3D seismic data within a Petrel project, improves user experience when working with large regional areas, thousands of 2D lines with tens of
SMT KINGDOM software helps engineers work more closely with geoscience teams on these cross-discipline workflows. Multi- user simultaneous project access enables better team collaboration and end-to-end, integrated functionality allows everyone to work from the same database. Benefits include: detailed volumetric calculations and production analysis all done within your project; simple to complex economic analysis easily accomplished for any size of prospect; and microseismic analysis with seismic attribute integration give reservoir engineers an unprecedented view into their reservoir. In terms of microseismic data analysis,
AVO pioneer leads data processing G
eokinetics has been providing seismic data processing services to the oil and gas E&P industry for over 30 years. With processing centres in the US and UK, and client-site capabilities, the company offers proprietary, flexible, state-of-the-art technologies to solve any processing issue, any size survey, and any acquisition configuration. Geokinetics is a pioneer and industry leader in AVO and true amplitude techniques and specialises in well- to-seismic calibrated processing.
v4.2 is now available from the company’s download centre. OpendTect is the first seismic interpretation system to support Wacom digitising tablets. Workflows for horizon tracking, fault interpretation, drawing of polygons and more have been adapted to benefit from the superior hand-eye co- ordination offered by the pen device.
SMT says that the cross- plot tool has been enhanced
considerably. It now supports colour-coding of wells and attributes and generation of probability density functions (PDFs) and Bayesian inversion work flows. Other highlights include: low frequency model building using HorizonCube data; improved Stratigraphic Model building; multimachine batch processing on Windows; gridding using GMT algorithms; improved 2D Viewer (such as added tree, horizon/ fault tracking); export of cultural data to GoogleEarth: wells, survey area, 2D lines, random lines, polygons; directional lighting; interactive fault construction from faultstick sets; translation of gui text using Google- translate; and new toolbar icons.
Amplitude integrity and well-driven parameterisation are fundamental aspects of all of its processing services, including land, marine, transition zone, seafloor OBC, time, depth, AVO, 2D, 3D, 4D, 2C and 3C. Innovative processing solutions are a speciality of Geokinetics. Its proprietary software and highly experienced staff set the industry standard for quality, speed and personalised service. Since 1999 Geokinetics has been
providing depth imaging services to the
oil and gas industry. Its depth imaging team has completed projects in all parts of the world including the Gulf of Mexico, Latin America and West Africa. Geokinetics has capabilities for 2C (or PZ summation) and 4C marine OBC processing and 3C and 9C land processing. Its AVO analysis relies on the latest
anisotropic technology to capture the lithologic response that conventional AVO processing disregards, even in 3D.
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