IP for Geophysics
IP for Geophysics
Our IP Geophysics bundle brings your petrophysics and geophysics teams together, helping them apply their knowledge across seismic and well log data to build the fullest possible interpretation.
Perform sophisticated fluid substitution modelling. Predict key reservoir properties from minimal source data. Create Synthetic Seismograms to compare bed boundary depths with seismic data or reprocess and interpret vital acoustic logs.
Tightly integrated with the rest of the IP suite, IP Geophysics gives you the power to link your data – and your understanding.
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Rock Physics offers an innovative way to depth-match bed boundaries and other markers from log traces to real seismic data. By calculating acoustic impedance from density and sonic logs, then combining it with check-shot (VSP) data, Rock Physics creates a Synthetic Seismogram. Using different input data and filters, you can recompute the synthetic trace to optimise the match with seismic.
Modelling fluid saturations is one of the fundamental objectives in Rock Physics. The Rock Physics module allows you to compute the seismic response for each fluid substitution case, including in-situ fluids; permitting in depth analysis of fluid variations and how such changes would be reflected in the seismic.
Pictured: Visualise synthetic seismograms and compare different scenarios.
Applicable at any stage of a well's life, Curve Prediction enables advanced interpretations from minimal source information. Employing several statistical methods, Curve Prediction's tools help you to generate new curves from offset wells, repair existing data, or even make continuous curves from discrete data.
- Predict key reservoir properties including porosity, permeability and saturation from log curves and core data
- Infer missing data or repair incomplete well data from bad hole intervals
Pictured: Crossplot your prediction results against actual measurements.
Acoustic Waveform Processing
Due to tool limitations and difficult acoustic environments, sonic logs can be challenging to interpret. Yet acoustic data is fundamental to reservoir characterisation. Acoustic Waveforms helps you assess input raw data quality and adjust re-processing parameters to optimise output quality – without long-winded workflows.
- A complete sonic log processing module designed by experienced industry specialists
- Rapidly re-process raw waveforms with your own filters and semblance parameters to derive slowness curves
- QC input data and build confidence in your analysis
- View each tool mode in detail to differentiate genuine and spurious arrivals
- Process and interpret any wireline or LWD acoustic log
- Simple workflows for identifying borehole stress and anisotropy
Pictured: Carry out reprocessing of raw acoustic waveform data.
From porosity and pore pressure to reservoir productivity, IP gives you an incredibly capable and customisable solution to share and interpret well logs and many other vital data types.
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