Dynamic Graphics Project Services

Dynamic Graphics Project Services (DGPS) offers a technical software service for clients who have specific modeling and analysis needs. Projects are performed by DGI Technical Project Specialists using our 3D/4D geospatial analysis software for a number of scenarios:

Our current DGPS customer base results from a number of scenarios:

  • Proof of Concept—companies who wish to evaluate EarthVision® geospatial analysis in a “real world” context prior to lease or purchase
  • Short Deadlines—projects with deadlines too short to allow time for in-house purchase and personnel training
  • Minimal Capital Investment—business environments that dictate minimal capital expenditures on hardware/software purchases
  • Irregular Project Flow—firms with intermittent projects requiring geospatial analysis
  • Limited Staff—limited or down-sized customer staff that rules out training in-house personnel or keeping in-house personnel up-to-date on software application techniques
  • Project-based Training—companies who wish to receive valuable “real world” training without a delay in project completion
  • Build Demand—businesses that must demonstrate and build demand for this innovative technology internally or with their client base prior to lease or purchase

DGPS Deliverables

Deliverables from DGPS projects can include volumetric reports, digital maps, cross sections and fence diagrams, reservoir simulator preprocessor grids, 3D/4D interactive models, automated display presentations, live presentations by Dynamic Graphics staff, and many formats of image files and video animations. Daily progress reports and project summary reports are also available.

DGPS Logistics

Projects can be performed remotely or at a location chosen by mutual agreement. Services are typically charged on a time-and-material basis.

For more information about a DGPS project using your data, please contact your local Dynamic Graphics representative.

EXAMPLE DGPS PROJECT

For this DGPS project, an offshore oil field was analyzed for developing bankable reserves. The field contains 58 zones, 24 producing intervals, normal, reverse, and low-angle thrust faults, and a plunging anticline. Using EarthVision, a petrophysical model of oil saturation using existing field data was generated to model the distribution of hydrocarbons and water conforming to the structure’s anticlinal shape. The resultant model was used to perform reservoir characterization, to verify remaining reserves, to exploit the field using extended-reach drilling to get at bypassed oil, and to minimize cost risks in planning expensive horizontal wells. EarthVision’s interactive well positioning tools were extensively used in the process to avoid drilling into existing wells, to determine positions for maximum production, and to visualize drilling results in real-time. Image of Carpinteria Field, Santa Barbara Channel, California, courtesy of Pacific Operators Offshore, Inc.

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EARTHVISION 12

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ARTICLES & PAPERS

opens in a new windowThe Three-Dimensional Geologic Model Used for the 2003 National Oil and Gas Assessment of the San Joaquin Basin Province, Californiaopens PDF file

by Allegra Hosford Scheirer

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opens in a new windowThree-dimensional Geologic Framework Modeling of Faulted Hydrostratigraphic Unitsopens PDF file

by Michael P. Pantea & James C. Cole
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opens in a new windowCreating 3D Models of Lithologic ⁄ Soil Zones using 3D Gridsopens PDF file

by Skip Pack, Dynamic Graphics, Inc.
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opens in a new windowGravity Calculations from 3D, Geologically Driven Models: A New Approachopens PDF file

by Graham Brew, Dynamic Graphics, Inc.
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opens in a new windowMulti-disciplinary Teamwork Delivers Outstanding Krechba Horizontal Well Performanceopens PDF file

by Foster, L., Aidoo, A., Tourqui, A., Castle-Smith, J., Mezdour, J., & Taylor, M.
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opens in a new windowThree-dimensional Geologic Modeling and Horizontal Drilling Bring More Oilopens PDF file

by Donald D. Clarke & Christopher C. Phillips
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opens in a new window3D Lithofacies Model Building of the Rotliegend Sediments of the NE German Basinopens PDF file

by Moeck, Inga, Heinz-Gerd Holl, & Heinz Schandelmeier
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opens in a new windowHeterogeneity Within the Subducting Pacific Slab Beneath the Izu–Bonin–Mariana Arcopens PDF file

by M.S. Miller, A. Gorbatov, & B.L.N Kennett
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opens in a new windowCharacterisation of the Tectono-Sedimentary Evolution of a Geothermal Reservoiropens PDF file

by Heinz-Gerd Holl, Moeck, Inga, & Heinz Schandelmeier
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opens in a new windowEvolution of Mantle Structure Beneath the Northwest Pacificopens PDF file

by Meghan S. Miller, & Brian L. N. Kennett
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opens in a new windowA Three-Dimensional Model of Water-Bearing Sequences in the Dominguez Gap Regionopens PDF file

by Daniel J. Ponti, Kenneth D. Ehman, etc.
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opens in a new windowThe Influence of an Integrated Remedial System on Groundwater Hydrologyopens PDF file

Prepared by: William H. Schneider Roy F. Weston, Inc., John G. Wrobel U.S. Army Garrison, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, etc.

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