structural interpretation of seismic data

Enhancing Structural Interpretation of Seismic Data With Velocity Modeling

While there are traditional approaches to the structural interpretation of seismic data for oil exploration and velocity modeling in the industry, these approaches can be enhanced through advancements in technology. Without the ability to integrate and visualize all relevant data in a comprehensive environment, professionals may overlook valuable pays. Geoscientists can benefit from rapid updates…

risks in oil and gas production

Mitigating Common Risks in Oil and Gas Production

While there’s no way to completely eliminate mishaps and failures that can create potential risks in oil and gas production, operators can implement key monitoring measures that help them find precarious aberrations sooner rather than later. In order to properly monitor changing reservoir conditions, engineers need a software system that fosters a wider understanding of…

data protection oil and gas industry

Maintaining Data Protection in the Oil and Gas Industry During Analysis

Data associated with hydrocarbon assets are vital to efficient recovery. At every step of the reservoir lifecycle, data provide reservoir teams with insight to help understand subsurface structures and conditions, evaluate alternative development strategies, and closely monitor operations. Innovations in seismic, drilling, and wellbore technology are generating ever-greater volumes of reservoir and operational data. Sophisticated,…

real time drilling data analysis

How Real Time Drilling Data Analysis and Visualization Reduce Targeting Risks

Maximizing the recovery of hydrocarbon assets begins with a detailed understanding of geologic, geophysical, and petrophysical characteristics of the reservoir provided by seismic surveys, well tests, and reservoir models. With that information in hand, reservoir and drilling engineers can evaluate various wellpath options with the goal of reaching the target zone in the most cost-efficient…

drilling data analytics

Using Drilling Data Analytics to Improve Drilling Performance

When drilling engineers are looking for insights that lead to improved drilling performance, they often turn to drilling data analytics. Those critical insights come in the form of drilling data that paints a realistic picture of subsurface conditions, steering engineers in the right direction during a drilling campaign. By integrating drilling data with other multidisciplinary…

oil and gas data

Preventing the Loss of Valuable Oil and Gas Data

Today, oil and gas data can be as valuable as the hydrocarbon assets they characterize. Access to relevant data greatly enhances an asset team’s ability to assess economic potential, plan development, and accurately monitor reservoir performance. Individual datasets—seismic, petrophysical, simulations, cuttings, well logs, production—describe the evolving reservoir conditions. These data are the domains of a…

borehole data analysis

Enhancing Borehole Data Analysis Through Multi-Dataset Visualization

Borehole data obtained during a drilling process can greatly improve the understanding of evolving reservoir characteristics and conditions. Drilling logs and sensor data such as gamma ray, resistivity, and dipmeter can provide engineers with a wealth of additional geologic detail associated with a borehole. When newly-acquired borehole datasets are combined with existing reservoir data, then…