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High Resolution Reservoir Modeling - Keep All Geological Complexity, and Your Peace of Mind

June 29, 2016
Webinar
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Presented by:  Luke Van Den Brul, Business Development Manager, Modeling
Featured Domain: Seismic Interpretation, Reservoir Modeling
Featured Technology:  SeisEarth®, SKUA-GOCAD

Abstract

Fault Seal Analysis
Fault throw is automatically calculated on all faults in the structural model, allowing quick and accurate creation of juxtaposition maps and SGR properties along fault planes
 
Reservoir grid in overturned structural environment
Reservoir grid in overturned structural environment 

No longer do you have to simplify your interpretation during reservoir modeling due to software limitations!

Enhanced seismic interpretation-to-reservoir simulation workflows allow you to create geological reservoir models that match all coherent seismic reflectors, use advanced geostatistical tools to analyze data and capture trends through stratigraphic layers, and examine fault juxtaposition for potential reservoir compartmentalization - a full solution ensuring more accurate static and dynamic volume estimation.

This high resolution modeling approach provides peace of mind to users who are anxious to capture all interpreted complexities and heterogeneities that may be key to understanding their field, and critical to their appraisal or development strategy.

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Biography

Luke-Van-Den-Brul_sm.jpgLuke van den Brul is a reservoir geologist and geo-modeler, passionate about integrating subsurface data though to geological concepts, and bringing these and their associated uncertainties to static and simulation models. His career has led him from Statoil, where he performed reservoir characterization and modeling on fields in the Norwegian North Sea and the Canadian Jean Darc basin. At Paradigm, Luke consults exploration and development teams across Asia Pacific, interpreting and modeling a diverse range of geological environments.