CoViz Integrated Well Designer

CoViz Integrated Well Designer (CVIWD), an optional module for CoViz® 4D, offers quick, robust, easy-to-use well planning for non-expert well planners within the context of their geologic, geophysical, and reservoir data.

Working in CoViz Integrated Well Designer, users can identify and manage problem areas faster, shortening the cycle between geosciences and drilling, thereby maximizing returns on drilling investments.

CoViz Integrated Well Designer offers:

  • Calculation with a variety of curves, and automatic display in a robust 3D/4D visualization environment via CoViz 4D
  • 2D and 3D geologic target generation within the context of all the asset team’s data
  • The ability to sidetrack from any well and change the tie-on on-the-fly
  • Display of ellipsoids of uncertainty and driller’s targets based on ISCWSA standard tool models

All within the context of the asset team’s data for optimal wellbore placement.


CoViz 4D 13.0

offers 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.


Practical Example of Data Integration in a PRM Environment, BC-10, Brazil

Hesham Ebaid, Kanglin Wang, Marcelo Seixas, Gautam Kumar, Graham Brew and Tracy Mashiotta examine enhanced workflows and solutions for optimizing the utility of Permanent Reservoir Monitoring data in a deepwater setting.


Working With the 4th Dimension

Graham Brew, Dynamic Graphics, Inc., USA, and Jane Wheelwright, Dynamic Graphics, Ltd, UK, discuss the integration of 4D seismic data into the reservoir management workflow.


Visualizing the Reservoir

A solution that offers a dynamic, temporal visualization environment for data fusion and integrated reservoir surveillance.


Visualizing Everything at Once

Dynamic Graphics has developed a tool which can visualize multiple datasets from an oil field simultaneously in 3D and 4D—from an overall view of the basin to a view of the individual wells and reservoirs—and you can see how it changed over time as well.


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