Beginning March 5th Paradigm will launch its 2015 Virtual Lecture Series, consisting of eight On-Demand Webcasts presented by Paradigm subject matter experts. In these video sessions, you will learn about advanced geoscience solutions that can help you minimize risk and maximize production, for more cost-effective drilling. See how high-definition seismic imaging, quantitative seismic interpretation, and unique modeling workflows are being redefined to deliver extraordinary results, in both conventional and unconventional plays.
The first On-Demand Webcast, "Well Marker Constrained Time-to-Depth and Redepth Solutions" will be presented by Joanne Wang.
Seismic data is recorded in the time domain, while well data is acquired in the depth domain. Matching the seismic depth, either through time-to-depth conversion or depth migration can be difficult. More often than not, misties between seismic depth and well depth are observed. Geophysicists are challenged to understand and correct these discrepancies.
Taking advantage of theories and technologies developed for anisotropic media, Paradigm provides solutions to quickly and accurately update the velocity model which 1) Ensures the seismic-to-well tie in depth; 2) Maintains seismic velocity spatial variation without artifacts such as bull’s eyes around wellbores, and 3) Provides initial anisotropic models (vertical velocity and delta volume) for anisotropic migration.
Mark your calendar and register today to receive your invitation to the entire series.
Paradigm Virtual Lecture Series - On-Demand Webcast Schedule:
March 5 - Well Marker Constrained Time-to-Depth and Redepth Solutions
March 19 - Seismic Focused Sweet Spot Characterization in a Shale Resource Play – an Eagle Ford Example
April 2 - Optimizing Production through Microseismic Data Analysis and Reservoir Modeling
April 16 - Advanced Tomography as a Tool for Enhancing Imaging and Interpretation
April 30 - Prestack Visualization and Analysis for Quantitative Seismic Interpretation
May 14 - Quantifying the Impact of Fault Position Uncertainty on Hydrocarbon Volume Estimates and Production Forecasts
June 11 - Solving Complex Seismic Correlation Challenges Using Volumetric Interpretation and Modeling
June 25 - Where are the Fractures? An Integrated Geological and Engineering Approach