EarthVision-CCS (EV-CCS)

EarthVision-CCS (EV-CCS), developed by Dynamic Graphics, Inc., is software for workflows related to Carbon Capture and Storage. Available for Windows® and Linux® OS, EV-CCS offers tools for Earth modeling, data fusion, 3D & 4D visualization, and integrated well planning, and is ideal for model building & verification, feasibility studies, and permitting.

FOR MODEL BUILDING & VERIFICATION, EV-CCS INCLUDES:

One-Time Data Entry
  • Intuitive, user-guided model building with EarthVision’s WorkFlow Manager (WFM) interface.
  • Include fluid contacts, salt domes, diapirs, complexly faulted structures, and properties.
  • Optional scripted workflows for rapid model updates.
Accurate Outputs
  • Model-derived 2D maps & cross-sections; 2D and 3D log displays; volumetric analyses.
  • Geologic model export to industry-standard simulator formats.

The Sleipner CO2 Reference Dataset is courtesy of The Sleipner Group (Equinor Energy AS, ExxonMobil E&P Norway, AS LOTOS E&P Norge AS, and KUFPEC Norway AS).

Data Fusion & Analysis
  • Advanced 3D & 4D visualization for static and dynamic (time-dependent) data.
  • Integrate field wide data: seismic, simulation, well logs, well events/status, induced seismicity, infrastructure, etc.
  • 3D, interactive statistical analysis tools.
  • Injection well planning, in context, with the Integrated Well Designer™.

FOR FEASIBILITY STUDIES, EV-CCS OFFERS:

Easy to Use Model Building
  • Streamlined model building using the WorkFlow Manager’s geologically oriented process.
  • Seamless integration of seismic interpretation.
  • Customizable, reproducible workflows.

Data courtesy of RMOTC and US DOE.

Rapid Data Integration
  • Integrate geological, geophysical, engineering, and production/injection data.
  • Combine static, dynamic, and geomechanical models to understand surface dynamics.
  • Identify viable CO2 storage sites and optimize injection strategies.
Injection and Confining Zone Characterization Tools
  • Characterize potential injection zones: capacity, permeability, porosity, and overall suitability for CO2 storage.
  • Verify confining zones: ensure prevention of CO2 migration and long-term containment.
Analytical Techniques for CO2 Storage Prediction
  • Volumetric assessment for accurate prediction of CO2 storage capacity.
  • Site ranking tools for informed decision-making.

FOR ANALYSIS USED IN CLASS II/VI PERMIT APPLICATIONS, EV-CCS PROVIDES:

A Comprehensive Database
  • Include subsurface data, pipeline / hub infrastructure.
  • Import and analyze CO2 plume simulation from industry-standard simulation software.
Robust Analytical Tools
  • Monitor & investigate induced seismicity; evaluate geologic and mechanical conduit potential.
Streamlined Workflows
  • Output plots and images; rapid revisions as models are updated.

LATEST NEWS

EARTHVISION 13

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.

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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