Paradigm Presence at EAGE 2015 Conference & Exhibition

Posted by Samhita Shah on May 22, 2015 10:19:00 AM RSS Share Post

Paradigm welcomes EAGE delegates to booth #240 at the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) Conference & Exhibition, to be held June 1-5 at IFEMA Madrid.  We have assembled a multi-disciplinary program for all geoscientists aimed at helping them meet today’s drilling challenges and mitigate risk, both environmentally and economically.

Filtering rays through using geological formation volume from SKUA

We will reveal how Paradigm innovation and vision are fueling energy programs.  Multi-disciplinary geoscientists will present integrated workflows around these themes:

  • Solving velocity challenges

  • Tackling complex reservoirs

  • Increasing accuracy and productivity through integrated high-definition interpretation

As part of our theatre program, Paradigm 15 value-added workflows will demonstrate:

  • Enriched velocity model updating

  • Quantitative Seismic Interpretation for interpreters and geophysicists

  • Efficient pore pressure prediction throughout the drilling cycle

Several of our much appreciated customers will be sharing their experiences using Paradigm solutions, including:

  • GALP Energia -  Portugal

  • PetroTrace Global – “Turning Data into Knowledge”

  • VNG Norge - Norway

Demos will include:

Solving Velocity Challenges

  • Enriched Velocity Model Updating: New flexible 3D model-based approach for reduced velocity model non-uniqueness

  • Precision depthing for the interpreter: Velocity modeling & depth to depth calibration

  • Increase confidence: Illumination as an interpreter’s tool to validate seismic in a complex environment

Tackling Complex Reservoirs

  • Accurate fracture reservoir models combining fracture probability volumes and fracture determination at the wellbore

  • Handling a highly complex geologic environment: Challenge your reservoir modeling technology

  • Seismic facies classification scenarios: From amplitude to rock type

  • Determine stress and fractures from seismic imaging for HD delineation of sweet spots

  • Accurately pick and correlate well markers, utilizing real-time data from high angle and horizontal wells

HD Interpretation in One Scalable Platform

  • Advanced stratigraphic investigation: Empowering interpretation with QSI

  • More than good enough: User-friendly, efficient, accurate structural delineation of a large multi-survey dataset

Customer Case Study (Russian Hour)

  • Turning data into knowledge, Konstantin Smirnov, Petrotrace Global

  • Customer Case Study Geologically consistent PSDM using Paradigm GeoDepth technology - Case study of the Pil and Bue discoveries in the Norwegian Sea, Alexander Sakharov, VNG Norge AS

Lunch and Learns Demos

  • Tuesday, June 2 Seismic facies classification scenarios: From amplitude to rock type

  • Wednesday, June 3 Customer Case Study - Reservoir quality prediction in pre-salt carbonates: An integrated workflow from seismic to fluid distribution Mafalda Lopes, Maria Olho Azul, GALP Energia

  • Thursday, June 4 Solving Velocity Challenges: Precision depthing for the interpreter: Velocity modeling & depth to depth calibration


Paradigm Papers in the EAGE Technical Program will include:

Fourth-Order NMO Velocity for Compressional Waves in Layered Orthorhombic Media

Z. Koren* & I. Ravve (Paradigm)
Session: Velocity Model Building - Theory I
Date and Time: Tuesday, June 2, 16:55
Location:  Room N102

Long Offset Asymptotic Moveout for Compressional Waves in Layered Orthorhombic Media

I. Ravve* & Z. Koren (Paradigm)
Session: Velocity Model Building - Theory II
Date and Time: Wednesday, June 3, 09:30
Location:  ePosters 1

Observing Amplitude Uncertainties for a Pre-salt Reservoirs Using Illumination Study (Hit-maps)

A.R.M. Maul*, F.J.S. Jardim, L.F.F. Falcao (Petrobras) & G.A.G.S. Gonzalez (Paradigm)
Session:  Seismic Reservoir Characterization I
Date and Time: Wednesday, June 3, 09:55
Location:  Room N105

Specular Enhancement and Diffraction Imaging, Tools for Reducing Exploration and Development Risk

N.R. Benfield* (BG Group plc), A. Guise (BG Trinidad and Tobago) & D. Chase (Paradigm)
Session:  Diffraction Modelling & Imaging
Date and Time: Wednesday, June 3, 11:55
Location:  Room N116

Fracture and Stress from In Situ, Full-Azimuth Seismic Data - Application to a Kuwait Oil Field Dataset

B.R. de Ribet* S.P. Shiv Pujan Singh, D.D. Duane Dopkin, P.K. Pramod Kumar, O.B. Osamah Al Bannaw (Paradigm); N.R. Narahi Srinivasa Rao, O.O. Olusegun Kolawole Osuntola, S.A. Samar Al Ashwak,  and Q.D. Qasem Dashti (Kuwait Oil Company)
Session:  Seismic Anisotropy in Fractured Reservoirs I
Date and Time:  Wednesday, June 3, 16:30
Location:  Room N105

An Effective Ghost Removal Method for Marine Broadband Seismic Data Processing

O. Yilmaz* & E. Baysal (Paradigm)
Session:  Broadband - Deghosting
Date and Time: Thursday, June 4, 17:20
Location:  Room N103

5D Local Angle Gathers as an Ideal Representation for Directivity Driven Imaging 

D. Chase and Z. Koren
Session:  Interpreting the Uncertain Seismic Image (Workshop No. 12)
Date and Time:  Friday, June 5, 9:30 - 17:30
Location:  N102

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Tags: G&G, QSI, reservoir, reservoir geophysics, Velocity Modeling, Seismic Facies, geoscience, quantitative seismic interpretation, reservoir characterization, EAGE 2015