It is virtually impossible for the human mind to integrate and extract, in a timely manner, the huge amounts of subsurface data now available to interpreters. The newest version of SeisEarth (Paradigm 18) uses several state-of-the-art Machine Learning-based technologies to extract unprecedented amounts of information from vast and heterogeneous data sources for use in geological classifications, rock property predictions, and anomaly detections. These technologies are offered in the form of automated and easy-to-use guided workflows embedded in the integrated interpretation platform.Read More
The Vaca Muerta Formation, located in the west-central part of Argentina, holds great potential as an unconventional shale gas and oil resource play. Like other unconventional resources, the most challenging aspect of developing Vaca Muerta was to optimize the drilling strategy to improve hydrocarbon production, through an efficient geological sequence description. an efficient geological sequence description. Thus, the aim of this study was to characterize the Vaca Muerta system and improve understanding of the reservoir’s characteristics.Read More
Paradigm is proud to continue our popular Virtual Lecture series in 2016 with a new line-up of 10 On-Demand Webcasts presented throughout the year by some of Paradigm’s most knowledgeable subject matter experts. This free online video series, now in its 5th year, features discussions of advanced geoscience solutions to tackle tough subsurface issues directly affecting your drilling risk and production potential.Read More
Two upcoming on-demand webcasts will be presented by Paradigm subject matter experts on April 30 and May 14. 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 with Prestack Visualization and Quantifying the Impact of Fault Position Uncertainty.
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The second installment of the 2015 Paradigm Virtual Lecture Series, available starting March 19th, will feature the presentation, “Seismic Focused Sweet Spot Characterization in a Shale Resource Play – An Eagle Ford Example”. The presentation, featuring Paradigm® SeisEarth®, seismic data attributes and multi-azimuth inversion, will be presented by Subject Matter Expert Adam Marsden.
By Somesh Singh, Chief Product Officer, Paradigm
By Wes Hamlyn, Product Manager for seismic interpretation suite