Paradigm unveiled Paradigm k, its new Production Management solution, at the 017 Society of Petroleum Engineers Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition in San Antonio. Paradigm k is a new, Cloud-based, collaborative workflow for production and reservoir engineers, used to support field operations in maintenance and management of the well system.Read More
Paradigm will present the latest innovations in its extensive suite of geological and geophysical software solutions in booth #1535 at the SEG International Exposition and 87th Annual Meeting in Houston, to be held September 24-29. Demonstrations will feature integrated workflows for seismic processing and imaging, interpretation, and modeling, designed to enhance efficiency in the exploration and production of both conventional and unconventional plays. Some of the presentations will highlight how Paradigm solutions use Machine Learning to create a revolution in the interpretation of subsurface data.Read More
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Visit Paradigm booth #320 at the 79th European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers (EAGE) Annual Convention and Exhibition, in Paris, June 12-15. At EAGE, Paradigm will have a very strong presence showcasing the innovative technologies in our new Paradigm 17 product suite, as well as on high science and collaboration with leading industry partners.Read More
Paradigm will be conducting SKUA-GOCAD User Group Meeting at the offices of Dassault Systèmes on Friday, June 9, 2017, 9:00 -16:30 at Dassault Systèmes, 10 rue Marcel Dassault, CS 40501, 78946 Vèlizy-Villacoublay Cedex, France. The meeting will be moderated by SKUA-GOCAD Product Managers and Subject Matter Experts.Read More
Paradigm® will present a multi-disciplinary program targeted at the trends and challenges facing today’s energy industry, at the 100th American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) Annual Convention and Exhibition, in Houston, April 2-5. The company will host a media event on Monday, April 3 at 2:45 pm CST, at the Paradigm booth, to unveil Paradigm 17®, its latest software suite. Conference attendees are also invited to join Paradigm at booth #1715 for live demonstrations featuring the latest innovations that help fuel global energy programs.Read More
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Paradigm Subject Matter Expert, Dr. Bruno de Ribet will be previewing Paradigm 17 during a lunch and learn session and via Webinar on January 17 and 18. Paradigm 17 is Paradigm's latest comprehensive solution suite scheduled to be released in Q1 of 2017. This release is designed to improve asset team productivity and effectiveness, and enable superior decision-making by representing all available data in integrated workflows.
The presentation will provide an overview of the major improvements and new functionalities in Paradigm 17. These include advances in 2D imaging, new tomography workflows, a new methodology for rock type classification, a new volume fusion tool in VoxelGeo, Multimin Monte Carlo uncertainty analysis and a new 3D petrophysics functionality in Geolog, and much more. The presentation will also highlight the new Paradigm Integrated Canvas, which simplifies and streamlines key workflows; the Epos integrated enterprise G&G database; and extended third-party connectivity, making it easier than ever to access your data, wherever it is located.
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The proper assessment of wellbore stability draws on shared expertise across multiple geoscience and geological engineering disciplines. It requires an integrated approach in which team members collaborate towards completing a well, in what may be abnormal drilling conditions. The Paradigm Integrated Wellbore Stability workflow consists of a series of operations for the prediction of geopressures, stress regimes, and safe mud weights. One of the most important challenges is to perform these operations seamlessly, leading to results with the lowest possible uncertainty and attendant risk. Another challenge is to properly assess wellbore stability with only limited information.Read More