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Paradigm Technology Forum: Advanced Science for Everyone

August 21, 2014
Hotel Sofitel
Av. Atlântica, 4240
Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro - RJ 22070-002
GPU rendering for a ~70GB seismic volume in Paradigm SeisEarth 3D Canvas
We are pleased to invite you to the Paradigm Technology Day: Advanced Science for Everyone.  This one-day event, held on August 21 in Rio de Janeiro, will introduce our customers to the latest Paradigm innovations.  Our presentations will demonstrate how our petro-technical solutions can help break down the barriers between domains and disciplines throughout the life cycle of your reservoir. We will describe best practices and innovative workflows in seismic processing and imaging, interpretation, modeling, reservoir characterization and reservoir engineering, that target the highly complex geological challenges faced by oil and gas companies in Brazil.

At Paradigm, our main goal is your success.  This event will demonstrate our commitment to supplying our Brazilian customers with best-in-class products that help increase their confidence in their drilling decisions.

Click here to read more about the latest innovations in the Paradigm 14 release (in Portuguese).


Time Subject Presenter
8:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast  
8:45 Welcome & Introduction: Paradigm in Brazil Pablo Pascual, Regional VP, Latin America
9:00 Science for Everyone - A New Strategic Vision from Paradigm Bruno de Ribet, Technology Global Director
9:45 Seismic Data Contribution to Improve the Geological Model Gerardo González, Business Development Manager - Interpretation
10:30 Coffee Break  
10:45 Understanding Subsalt Uncertainty with Full Azimuth Illumination Carlos Jiménez, Technical Sales Advisor - Interpretation; Jaime Yáñez, Business Development Manager – Processing & Imaging
11:15 From Broadband Processing to Diffraction Imaging: Extract the Maximum from your Modern and Legacy Seismic Data Jaime Yáñez, Business Development Manager – Processing & Imaging
12:00  Lunch Break  
13:30 Understanding and Mapping Reservoir Heterogeneities: A Carbonates Reservoir Case Study Marcela Feilhaber, Business Development Manager - Reservoir Modeling and Reservoir Engineering
14:15 Impact of a Representative Fault Network in the Geologic Model Lilian Evile, Technical Sales Advisor - Reservoir Modeling and Reservoir Engineering
15:00 Coffee Break  
15:15 Integrated Uncertainty Analysis: Impact of Fault Position Uncertainty on Reservoir Assessment Emmanuel Gringarten, Solution Manager - Reservoir Modeling and Reservoir Engineering
16:00 Electrofacies Prediction by Means of Integrating Texture Analysis from Images and Conventional Logs Eliany Teran, Technical Sales Advisor - Petrophysics
16:40 The Use of 3D Visualization in Geolog to Build Saturation Height Models for Carbonates Rick Aldred, Petrophysicist - Geolog R&D
17:15 Questions & Answers and Closing Remarks  
17:30 Cocktail Reception  

For further information, please contact Alexandra Jordan or at telephone: +1 713 393 4942.