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79th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2017

June 12 - 15, 2017
Paris Expo Porte de Versailles
Paris, France


A High-Definition Platform – Better Results with Less Effort

Please visit us at Booth #320 at the 79th EAGE Conference & Exhibition 2017, to be held June 12-15, in Paris, France.  At EAGE, we will showcase our new Paradigm 17 product suite, which leverages a high-definition platform, advanced technologies, seamless integration, and the use of Machine Learning, to improve asset team effectiveness in achieving superior decision-making results.

Booth Presentations

Our presentations will focus on some of the new and enhanced capabilities included in the Paradigm 17 release, as well as on high science and collaboration with leading industry partners.  The demonstrations will include:

  • High Resolution Diffraction Imaging for Reliable Interpretation of Fracture Systems
  • Machine Learning for Automated Seismic Facies Classification in Paradigm 17
  • Introducing Paradigm for the Cloud
  • Geomechanics and Pore Pressure Prediction in Geolog 8: Improve Recovery and Reduce Exploitation Costs
  • Precision Re-depthing: Effectively Matching Seismic to Wells in the Depth Domain
  • Production Geology: Using Production Data to Enhance Reservoir Characterization
  • Reservoir Geomechanics for Better Production Risk Management
  • SKUA for Model QC:  Use SKUA-GOCAD's Efficient Quality Control Process to Gain New Insight into Your Models
  • Velocity Modeling:  Take Productivity to the Next Level with the New GeoDepth 2D Multi-line System

Special Booth Presentations

  • Well Tie Tomography Case Study (presented by Joana Almeida, Galp) - Lunch & Learn, Tuesday, June 13, 12:00
  • Fault Seal Analysis Using Well and Seismic Data (presented by Sabine Klarner, Klarner Energy Consulting, CIS) - Tuesday, June 13, 14:20; Wednesday, June 14, 15:00
  • Enhancing Confidence in Small Scale Geo-Feature Prediction through Advanced Seismic Data Processing and Analysis Techniques (presented by Konstantin Smirnov, PetroTrace) - Tuesday, June 13, 15:40
  • Reservoir Geomechanics for Better Production Risk Management (joint presentation with Jean-Daniel Lecuyer of Dassault Systèmes) - Lunch & Learn, Wednesday, 12:00

View Agenda and Abstracts.


Post-Migration Processing and Imaging in the Local Angle Domain, by Zvi Koren
Workshop:  Workshop 6: Velocity Uncertainties Derived from Seismic Depth Imaging and their Use in Risk Analysis
Date and Time:  Sunday, June 11, 16:05 - 16:30
Location:  B2

Workflow Integration in Reservoir Studies - Maintaining the Integrity of Data, Interpretations and Uncertainties Across Disciplines, by Aymen Haouesse, Melanie Morin and Camille Cosson
Workshop: Workshop 18: Geoscience and Reservoir Integration in Studies - Tools and Methods
Date and Time: Friday, June 16, 10:00 - 12:00
Location: B4


Assessing Risks of Fault Reactivation through Geomechanical Simulation, by Jean-Daniel Lecuyer and Andrei Kalinichev (Dassault Systèmes), and Emmanuel Gringarten (Paradigm)
Session: Geomechanics
Date and Time: Tuesday, June 13, 16:45
Location: Room C1

Normal Moveout Series Coefficients for Pure-Mode and Converted Waves in Horizontally-Layered Triclinic Media, by Igor Ravve and Zvi Koren
Session:  Seismic Modelling - Anisotropic and Viscoelastic A
Date and Time:  Tuesday, June 13, 16:20
Location:  ePosters 8

A Novel Q Compensation Filter Implementation in the Migrated Local Angle Domain, by Gali Dekel, David Chase, Ronit Levy and Zvi Koren
Session:  Seismic Attenuation - Estimation and Compensation
Date and Time:  Wednesday, June 14, 15:30
Location:  Room A2

A Geometry Dependent Lookup Table Approach to Improve Performance of the OMP Seismic Interpolation Method, by Yaniv Hollander,  Ilan Degani, Orhan Yilmaz and Ronit Levy
Session:  Seismic Interpolation and Regularization I
Date and Time:  Thursday, June 15, 14:45
Location:  Room A1

Normalized Set of Global Effective Parameters for Pure-Mode and Converted Waves in Horizontally-Layered Triclinic Media, by Zvi Koren and Igor Ravve 
Session:  Seismic Signal Processing II
Date and Time:  Thursday, June 15, 16:45
Location:  Room A1