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Sensitivity Analysis: Impact of Parameter Uncertainty on Velocity Modeling and Time/Depth Conversion

July 11, 2017
Webinar is now available for on-demand viewing.
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Presented by:  Aymen Haouesse
Featured Domain:  Modeling
Featured Technologies:  SKUA-GOCAD™, Paradigm® 17

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Abstract

SKUA-GOCAD offers a unique user-oriented API to enable geoscientists to create custom workflows and solutions (we call them Macros) and extend the application capabilities to solve specific challenges. This JavaScript API leverages SKUA-GOCAD’s integrated data platform and its rich data manipulation toolboxת and benefits from a user-friendly drag and drop based Macro builder interfaceץ

In this presentation we use this extensibility framework to build and run custom workflows for velocity modeling and time-depth conversion. These workflows streamline the process of velocity modeling, given input data and desired outcomes and QC criteria.  Automatic blind well testing is performed to assess the quality of velocity model calibration to well markers. Finally, the same framework is used to perform automatic uncertainty and sensitivity analysis to quantify the effect of parameter variations, such as interpolation methods and variogram ranges on the velocity model quality. 


Biography

Aymen_Haouesse_plain-background_sm.jpgAymen Haouesse is Product Manager for Reservoir Modeling at Paradigm, managing the development of integrated applications and workflows for the construction of robust 3D subsurface models. He holds a Master’s degree in Earth Sciences and Numerical Geology from the National School of Geology in France. Aymen has been involved in many integrated reservoir modeling projects, specializing in geostatisitics and uncertainty modeling.