The above image in CoViz 4D depicts a seismic horizon and velocity model in the time domain (top) and the same horizon, depth converted, along with the depth converted seismic cube, wellbores and horizon picks in the depth domain (bottom). Data used with the permission of owner.
Better Velocity Modeling Reduces Seismic Uncertainty
Depth uncertainty can be seen in the CoViz 4D image above to be increasing away from well control. The actual depth uncertainty value can be imported as a wellpath attribute and displayed as a lathe plot where the radius represents the value of depth uncertainty. Data used with permission of owner.
Additional Well Data Further Reduces Subsurface Uncertainty
Improved Accuracy in Locating Targets
Visualizing drilling targets (yellow spheres) in the context of geology and seismic with CoViz 4D can greatly enhance the understanding of risks and uncertainties. Data courtesy Rocky Mountain Oilfield Technology Center and USDOE.
Data Integration, Unique Velocity Modeling, and Visualization Reduce Subsurface Uncertainty
CoViz 4D, a data visualization analytics software from Dynamic Graphics, Inc., gives reservoir teams the ability to easily integrate relevant data associated with petroleum assets. A wide range of quantitative tools, including velocity modeling, and powerful visualization capabilities help reservoir teams gain a better understanding of subsurface uncertainties, leading to better development and operational decisions. To learn more about CoViz 4D contact our team.