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SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS 

Dynamic Graphics, Inc. has, for over five decades, developed state-of-the-art software solutions to solve the most complex geospatial challenges, delivering results across diverse industries including energy, environment, government, and academia.

We offer innovative, easy to use software for data integration, visualization and analysis, well planning, and geospatial modeling, backed by outstanding technical support.

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CoViz 4D
Visual, Quantitative Data Integration

CoViz 4D provides rapid, easy access to complex, multiple 3D and 4D (time-varying) datasets, enabling enhanced decision making and risk reduction through data integration, visualization, and advanced 4D workflows. The available algorithms and workflows are powerful and flexible, and can be used for diverse surface and subsurface challenges in the energy industry and other geospatial applications. Specific modules are available for improving reservoir performance through 4D seismic data integration.

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WellArchitect
Plan and Drill with Confidence

Developed in conjunction with Baker Hughes Company, our advanced well planning and survey management system enables integrated planning and drilling of directional wellpaths with or without earth models. WellArchitect seamlessly accommodates the needs of field development, sidetracking, multi-laterals, and re-entry drilling, both in the office and at the wellsite. The unique 3D visualization capabilities of Dynamic Graphics bring a new perspective to these complex subsurface challenges.

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EarthVision
Streamline Your 3D Model Building

The EarthVision Workflow Manager enables rapid and intuitive building and updating of precise 3D models, including fluid contacts, salt domes, diapirs, and complexly faulted structures. These models allow for more precise well positioning, improved reservoir characterization and additional analysis.

Model constructed by Vince Smith, Baylor University under the supervision of Dr. Mike Hudec. Subsurface data courtesy of Marathon Oil Company.

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Software Solutions

Oil and Gas Collision Avoidance: Well Planning in 3D

Planning a trajectory can be challenging in an open field, but when a drilling facility has dozens of existing wells, clearing high-pressured offsets can add extra complexity. For this North Sea operator with access to Dynamic Graphics’ WellArchitect software, the...

Monitoring CO2 Injection Volumes in the Subsurface—The Sleipner Field

Subsurface CO2 injection and storage is a proven technology for keeping carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and helping to achieve net zero goals. However, robust monitoring of the injection process is critical to ensure and verify that there is no leakage or...

Well Location Optimization with Visual and Quantitative Analysis

An onshore team was tasked with producing a list of potential well landing locations based on attributes in a geological model. Four pad locations in the field were each given a set of 12 wells arranged in a radial pattern; the model’s potential target area covered a...

4D Seismic Assisted History Matching—Closing the Loop in Reservoir Simulation

The traditional technique of manually adjusting reservoir simulation models to achieve a history match is time consuming and problematic at best; adding 4D seismic data to the equation only increases the complexity of the task. The inclusion of 4D seismic, however,...

Forward Seismic Modeling in a North Sea Reservoir

Improved, flexible and faster access to critical data is vital for fully informed decision making in today’s multidisciplinary asset development teams. It is also imperative to include the highest fidelity quantitative temporal data when building reservoir models to...

Flight Planning and Route Analysis Via 4D Scene Building

The state-of-the-art CoViz 4D software from Dynamic Graphics is extremely powerful for data ingestion/integration, and quantitative spatiotemporal visualization across multiple data types. These unique capabilities are already leveraged by users across many...

Latest Blog Posts

Seismic Reservoir Monitoring Through Visualization

A 3D view of a reservoir with seismic integrated with geologic models, well logs, and a planned wellpath. Data courtesy Rocky Mountain Oilfield Testing Center and U.S. Department of Energy.An ideal design, development, and management plan for hydrocarbon asset...

Quick, Accurate Relief Well Planning Using 3D Visualization Software

The crucial initial phase in the drilling of a relief well is the development of an extensive relief well plan. The planning requires geoscientists, drilling engineers, and well planners to have detailed information on the subsurface geology and its attributes as well...

4D Comparative Analysis of Seismic Reflection Data

Seismic reflection data have been utilized in the oil and gas industry and other geological studies to identify subsurface characteristics, calling attention to prevalent uncertainty and variations. The data is dependent upon the presence of acoustical contrasts...

3D Visualization of Hyperspectral Data

Point Loma, California—LiDAR merged with aerial photo. LiDAR data generated for the Scripps Institution of Oceanography by the Center for Space Research, the University of Texas at Austin (CSR), with support provided by the Bureau of Economic Geology, the University...

Visual Evaluation of Infill Well Spacing

Potential Infill well plans showing different sidetrack opportunities while targeting bypassed oil in an onshore oil field. Data courtesy of RMOTC and US DOE.The economic and engineering risk associated with the development of hydrocarbon assets is immense. In...

Efficient Sorting of Oil and Gas Big Data

Efficient Sorting of Oil and Gas Big Data.The oil and gas industry has used big data as a way to fill the information gap in all phases of asset development within an oil field. Associated historical data mostly comes from an individual well in a single geospatial...

Latest News

DGI DEVELOPS LINKS TO OSDU

This short movie demonstrates recent work where DGI created links from the cloud-based OSDU data platform and our desktop CoViz 4D application.

Who We Are

Dynamic Graphics, Inc. partners with our clients to solve spatial analysis problems in the petroleum, environmental, and earth-related sciences. Over the past five decades, we have been the premier provider of geospatial solutions with our innovative, easy-to-use software and outstanding support services.

We offer three separate packages: CoViz® 4D, WellArchitect®, and EarthVision®. While each is a standalone product, serving a different purpose in the hydrocarbon development workflow, when used in conjunction, they provide a collaborative multidisciplinary environment that offers dramatic benefits.

Software Updates

COVIZ 4D 13.0
CoViz 4D imageoffers vastly expanded support for DGI multigrid files; On-the-fly arithmetic in reservoir simulation time-series plots; New options for effective stress treatment in Sim2Pem; Cloud-native data loading support for select file types; Extensive new features and performance around LiDAR data.
WELLARCHITECT 6.0
WellArchitect imageincludes several new advances in directional drilling ⁄ well planning software. Some of the major new features include 3D visualization of ahead-of-the-bit clearance results while actively drilling; ability to monitor simultaneous drilling while auto-clearances are run ahead-of-the-bit; constant toolface curves and “splitting” of profiles for more flexible well planning; a new database QA tool at every level; and support for the new SPE Wellbore Positioning Technical Section Stop Drilling HSE Risk (2017) rule.
EARTHVISION 12.0
offers greater support for DGI multigrid file visualization; Cloud-native data loading support for select file types; New features and performance around Lidar data; updated Python and DGI Libraries;​ General visualization changes and enhancements.

Industry Events

URTeC, July 26–28, Booth 4412
SEG, September 26–October 1, Booth 2521
GEOINT, October 5–8, Booth 2835
EAGE, October 18–21, Booth 1810

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