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Regional Structural Geological Modeling Through Fault Data Correlation

Regional Structural Geological Modeling Through Fault Data Correlation

Onshore projects often span extensive areas, and coarse, basin-wide models are used in activities such as assessing regional stress patterns and stratigraphic trends, as well as planning rig schedules.
Common Risk Segment Mapping for Cuttings Reinjection

Common Risk Segment Mapping for Cuttings Reinjection

Drilling scenarios such as infill drilling, water flood optimization, cuttings reinjection and CO2 injection often require an in-depth study of a field to determine the optimal drilling location within a set of restrictions. Quantifying the decision making around the process requires the integration of dozens of diverse datasets, often containing dynamic information and spanning a range of realizations.
Infill Drilling Placement using Conditional Seismic Attribute Filtering

Infill Drilling Placement using Conditional Seismic Attribute Filtering

Infill drilling aims to tap previously undrained reserves in a mature hydrocarbon field. By definition, infilling happens later in field life and hence involves the analysis of greater volumes and a greater diversity of a priori data. Furthermore, the economics of infill drilling can be marginal. Therefore, a rigorous quantitative decision-making process is necessary to justify the economic risk required to implement drilling and production plans.
Oil Reservoir Compaction; Risk Reduction for Drilling Infill Wells

Oil Reservoir Compaction; Risk Reduction for Drilling Infill Wells

During production, North Sea chalk reservoirs are commonly prone to severe compaction due to reduction in pore pressure—this increases the load on the rock matrix, resulting in compaction. In some extreme cases the result is seabed subsidence on the order of 10 meters. This magnitude of subsidence causes challenges to the existing production infrastructure, including the integrity of the drilled wells, and leads to geomechanical changes in the subsurface which can impact seismic travel times.
Reservoir Simulation Ensemble Analysis via CoViz 4D Visualization and Jupyter Notebook Calculations

Reservoir Simulation Ensemble Analysis via CoViz 4D Visualization and Jupyter Notebook Calculations

Dynamic Graphics provides powerful, interactive functionality to simplify software usage, but it has always recognized the need to prevent the limitations of a “black box” environment, allowing for the extension and customization of the tools by providing users with access to the underlying modular functionality. This enables clients to build their own solutions for precise problem solving, analysis, and 4D visualization without having to navigate the existing buttons and toolbars
4D Seismic Assisted History Matching—Closing the Loop in Reservoir Simulation

4D Seismic Assisted History Matching—Closing the Loop in Reservoir Simulation

The traditional technique of manually adjusting reservoir simulation models to achieve a history match is time consuming and problematic at best; adding 4D seismic data to the equation only increases the complexity of the task. The inclusion of 4D seismic, however, results in better constrained simulation models and a greater understanding of the uncertainty inherently associated with models.
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