Virtual Lecture Series April Sessions

Posted by Samhita Shah on Mar 30, 2015 11:46:00 AM RSS Share Post

Paradigm Virtual Lecture Series 2015

In April, three on-demand webcasts will be presented by Paradigm subject matter experts. These video sessions will present advanced geoscience solutions that can help you minimize risk and maximize production.  See how reservoir modeling, advanced tomography, and pre-stack visualization can deliver extraordinary results, in both conventional and unconventional plays.

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April 2

Optimizing Production through Microseismic Data Analysis and Reservoir Modeling

Understanding hydraulic fractures and assessing the extent and shape of the rock volume affected by hydraulic fracturing are some of today’s greatest challenges in unconventional shale plays. They are often considered to be the key to understanding and estimating production from horizontal wells and optimizing field development. Microseismic events provide valuable information for assessing hydraulic fracture propagation and quantifying stimulated rock volumes. Through its modeling platform, that integrates geophysical, geological and engineering data, Paradigm offers a wide range of options to visualize, analyze and interpret microseismic data and enable simulations of hydraulic fractures and quantitative estimates of stimulated rock volume.

Featured Technologies:  SKUA-GOCAD™, SeisEarth®

April 15

Advanced Tomography as a Tool for Enhancing Imaging and Interpretation

Tomographic solutions for updating velocity models have become the most advanced data integrators for seismic data, borehole data and geologic data. See how Paradigm integrates the latest in automated interpretation, geology, azimuth and anisotropy for improved velocity, structural and reservoir models, in order to eliminate time-consuming iterations.

Featured Technologies:  GeoDepth® Tomography

April 30

Pre-stack Visualization and Analysis for Quantitative Seismic Interpretation

Quantitative seismic interpretation is routinely applied in different stages of the reservoir development cycle, such as reservoir identification and delineation. The success of a quantitative seismic interpretation project requires high-quality pre-stack seismic data. The importance of effective pre-stack data QC and evaluation cannot be overemphasized. However, the visualization and analysis of pre-stack data have been challenging not only to reservoir characterization specialists, but also to seismic processing and imaging geophysicists, due to its size and hardware/software limitations. Today, Paradigm provides sophisticated and efficient pre-stack visualization and analysis solutions based on its industry leading visualization and interpretation canvas, enabling users to quickly visualize, interpret and analyze pre-stack data.

Featured Technologies:  Probe®, SeisEarth®

Tags: reservoir modeling, Virtual Lecture Series, Tomography, Prestack Visualization, Energy, quantitative seismic interpretation, Workflows, Oil & Gas software, Microseismic, Seismic Processing, Seismic Imaging