Paradigm will welcome delegates to Booth #300 at the 2015 Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts (SPWLA) Annual Symposium, July 18 – 22 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, California, where they can learn more about Paradigm Geolog® 7 Multi-Disciplinary Field Development Platform.
Geolog continues to lead the market as the industry standard for advanced petrophysical analysis, on a scalable, easy-to-use, modular and vendor-independent platform.
Visitors will discover the latest techniques that open doors to true collaboration between exploration and production asset teams. They’ll learn more about how Paradigm blends service with advanced science and new petrophysical workflows to optimize understanding of hydrocarbon reserves.
Subject matter experts will be available to answer questions, share best practices and demonstrate how to optimize Geolog workflows to:
Increase efficiency through multi-well, multi-zone, multi-user petrophysical analysis, and one-click access to full functionality, in one environment.
Enable user innovation through extensive customization features and increase productivity through automation of routine workflows.
Refine models quickly and easily, and integrate non-standard models of well properties, including image density and geomechanical properties.
Eliminate non-productive time, reduce drilling risk and optimize well bore positioning with real-time adjustments to changes in facies or reservoir position with Geolog Geosteer.
Simplify integration with third party platforms, including Petrel* and Recall.