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Training: Litho-Seismic, Waveform, and Rock Type Classifications for Rock Type and Fluid Prediction 

Posted by Peter Wang on Jan 29, 2018 8:00:00 AM RSS Share Post

Tools for unconventional and conventional plays

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Tags: rock type classification, Litho-Seismic, Waveform Classification, Fluid Prediction

Call to Action - The (Color) Bar Has Been Raised – Interpreters Need an Upgraded Toolkit Now

Posted by Peter Wang on Oct 26, 2017 8:49:33 AM RSS Share Post

The current E&P industry downturn has greatly reduced E&P spending. Most organizations are frozen in place with the software they were using in 2014. This reaction is understandable, but E&P remains a highly competitive industry. Only those companies that have up-to-date tools are going to prevail and create value for stakeholders.

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The Robots Have Come to Seismic Interpretation

Posted by Peter Wang on Jan 27, 2017 2:02:04 PM RSS Share Post

I use Google Photos as a means to automatically backup my phone and tablet pictures. I also upload photos from my non-Wi-Fi digital camera to Google Photos. I’m sure many of you do this as well.

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Tags: Machine Learning, Robotic Seismic Interpretation, artificial intelligence, Oil and Gas Software, prestack seismic, rock type classification

Velocity Is at the Heart of Paradigm Software - Part 2

Posted by Peter Wang on Aug 15, 2016 9:00:00 AM RSS Share Post

In the first half of the Velocity Blog series, we discussed the Paradigm velocity function “tree”, how it developed from GeoDepth. We described the major branches; the “Analysis and Imaging” branch for specialists, contrasted with the “Velocity Collection, Manipulation, Assembly, and Use” branch for E&P generalists. Finally, we had time to discuss one of the “leaves” on the generalist branch - Vertical Functions.

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Tags: vertical function, smoothing, Global Velocity Modeling, time-depth scaling, velocity inversion, well-tie tomography, velocity volume, dix

Velocity Is at the Heart of Paradigm Software - Part 1

Posted by Peter Wang on Aug 1, 2016 9:00:00 AM RSS Share Post

A blog post, in two parts, for E&P generalists who have questions about velocity

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Tags: velocity volume, vertical function, smoothing, Global Velocity Modeling, time-depth scaling, velocity inversion, dix, well-tie tomography