EarthVision Integrated Well Designer
- calculation with a variety of curves, and automatic display in EarthVision’s robust 3D ⁄ 4D visualization environment
- 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
Go from picking targets within the context of reservoir data across the asset team to a drillable wellpath to a more economical sidetrack in seconds. Data for all three images used with permission of owner.
Many geoscientists and engineers prefer to first create an appropriate well path within their data, rather than simply sending 3D target locations to a professional well planner (inside or outside of their organization). By creating your own well paths, you can effectively answer critical questions:
- is it more efficient to sidetrack?
- how exposed is a well to a problem horizon?
- is the well path staying within the sweet spot?
- is the well too close to the oil-water contact?
- how do critical parameters varying along the length of the well?
The EarthVision Integrated Well Designer allows for faster identification and better management of problem areas, shortening the cycle between geosciences and drilling, thereby maximizing returns on drilling investments.
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
opens in a new windowThree-dimensional Geologic Framework Modeling of Faulted Hydrostratigraphic Unitsopens PDF file
by Michael P. Pantea & James C. Cole
opens in a new windowCreating 3D Models of Lithologic ⁄ Soil Zones using 3D Gridsopens PDF file
by Skip Pack, Dynamic Graphics, Inc.
opens in a new windowGravity Calculations from 3D, Geologically Driven Models: A New Approachopens PDF file
by Graham Brew, Dynamic Graphics, Inc.
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.
opens in a new windowThree-dimensional Geologic Modeling and Horizontal Drilling Bring More Oilopens PDF file
by Donald D. Clarke & Christopher C. Phillips
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
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
opens in a new windowCharacterisation of the Tectono-Sedimentary Evolution of a Geothermal Reservoiropens PDF file
by Heinz-Gerd Holl, Moeck, Inga, & Heinz Schandelmeier
opens in a new windowEvolution of Mantle Structure Beneath the Northwest Pacificopens PDF file
by Meghan S. Miller, & Brian L. N. Kennett
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.
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.