Presentations will show how technology innovations in subsurface interpretation and modeling provide deeper insight into the subsurface
(AMSTERDAM: May 29, 2013
) Paradigm™ (www.pdgm.com
) will feature the new and enhanced technologies included in its Paradigm 2011.3 Release
at the 2013 European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) Annual Conference and Exhibition
in London, June 10-13.
|Stratigraphic slice through a deepwater depositional system reveals slump features, debris slides, and an interpreted fluid migration fairway. (Data courtesy of AWE Limited)
Conference attendees are invited to join Paradigm at booth #1230 for daily live presentations. The presentations will demonstrate the significant advances in functionality, usability, integration and performance in the Paradigm 2011.3Release. Additional demonstrations will include the latest release of Geolog® 7
, the company’s industry-leading formation evaluation software, and case studies by some of Paradigm’s customers worldwide, who will share their experiences using Paradigm software.
“The EAGE is a tremendous venue to demonstrate how our new releases bring value to our customers’ exploration and development programs”, said Duane Dopkin, executive vice president technology at Paradigm. “These releases reflect the results of working closely with our customers to institutionalize advanced science for application to conventional and unconventional assets. We are particularly gratified that so many of our customers have offered to share their personal success stories with visitors to our booth.”
Paradigm’s half-hour software demonstrations will begin on Tuesday, June 11 at 9:15 AM, and will cover the following topics:
- Precision full azimuth imaging with EarthStudy 360®
- Advances in tomography for improved structural and stratigraphic models
- Quantitative interpretation as a natural extension to the interpretation process
- A single canvas for fast track interpretation and prospect ranking of a regional dataset
- An integrated approach to geological correlation, cross-section and mapping
- Leveraging Paradigm’s collaborative multi-user environment to efficiently delineate a prospect
- Getting the most out of high-quality subsurface models to deliver immediate and critical insights for day-to-day operations
- Deriving 3D facies probabilities by combining wells, seismic and geological concepts
- The impact of petrophysical parameter dependencies on resource estimates
As in previous years, Paradigm will host two complimentary Lunch & Learn sessions. The sessions will focus on the value offered by the Paradigm 2011.3 release for fast-track interpretation, as well as a customer success story, “Characterization, Modeling and Flow Simulation of a Non-Conventional Fractured Basement Reservoir in Offshore Vietnam”. Advanced online registration is required for each Lunch & Learn session.
Paradigm geoscientists will also participate in the EAGE technical program, with technical paper presentations in the Seismic Stacking and Moveout Corrections
, Seismic Modeling
, and Anisotropic Velocity Update
A unique feature of the Paradigm booth will be an interactive Augmented Reality representation of Paradigm’s advanced capabilities for providing deeper insight into the sub-surface.
Paradigm subject matter experts will be available for one-on-one presentations for a more in-depth look at specific workflows or software applications. For more information on Paradigm products and services, please visit www.pdgm.com
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