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A Relief Well Planning Case Study

A Relief Well Planning Case Study

In the Gulf of Mexico, a drilling trajectory needed adjusting due to a recent update to the reservoir model. Although the change to the trajectory was minor, the shift of the placement of the 14-inch and 11 7/8-inch casing shoes invalidated the previously designed relief well plans. With a fast-approaching deadline for drilling operations, the well planning team had little time to make a new relief well plan that could (1) achieve the objectives of the updated target plan, (2) meet industry-standard relief-well design constraints, and (3) be ready to send for permitting.
Fracture Propagation Analysis from Inter-well Tracer and Microseismic Data

Fracture Propagation Analysis from Inter-well Tracer and Microseismic Data

Following an inter-well tracer study for their field, an onshore group was given the results of the study in the format of spreadsheets and 2D charts. The spreadsheet data were particularly difficult to interpret and the group felt a 3D/4D visualization of the tracer results was critical to fully understand them. Furthermore, the group wanted to integrate the tracer data with other field data that could potentially help with the tracer interpretation, including offset well trajectories, well logs, property models, microseismic data and horizon surfaces.
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.
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
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.
Flight Planning and Route Analysis Via 4D Scene Building

Flight Planning and Route Analysis Via 4D Scene Building

The state-of-the-art CoViz 4D software from Dynamic Graphics is extremely powerful for data ingestion/integration, and quantitative spatiotemporal visualization across multiple data types. These unique capabilities are already leveraged by users across many disciplines and industries. Recently DGI has also been focusing on aerospace / military applications, with particular attention to 4D scene building and route / flight planning.
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