GeoSoftware Delivers New Release of Enhanced Reservoir Characterization Technology
GeoSoftware™, global trusted partner of geoscience software and consulting services for enhanced subsurface knowledge, today announced the latest releases of the industry-leading software, HampsonRussell and PowerLog.
GeoSoftware’s continued commitment to technology innovation and user-driven improvements delivers enhanced rock physics and machine learning capabilities, optimized performance, and a superior user experience that boosts efficiency and usability.
HampsonRussell 12.2 sees a continued focus on delivering accessible, cutting-edge physics constrained machine learning workflows, allowing users to rapidly get results that generate fresh insights into their data. GeoAI, the innovative rock physics machine learning approach to seismic characterization can now utilize an extensive library of rock physics models, delivering workflows for clastic, carbonate and unconventional settings and the ability to capture and re-deploy subsurface knowledge using novel transfer learning techniques. Confidence is key, and with the addition of the new Confusion Matrix QC tool, users can now quantify the quality of their machine learning predictions and communicate uncertainty in the results quickly and effectively to their team.
Performance, stability and ease of use are central to ongoing development efforts and users can now benefit from enhanced display options for seismic and fault information, improvements to wavelet estimation and support for horizontal well-ties and faster and more interactive log cross plotting workflows for inversion feasibility and analysis. Significant performance enhancements for Strata model export and Pre-stack inversion have reduced the time to achieve end results and with the addition of a new interactive AVF (amplitude versus frequency) tool and spectral decomposition analyzer, users can further enhance their search for DHI’s (direct hydrocarbon indicators) in their post and pre-stack seismic datasets.
The GeoSoftware Petrel link in HampsonRussell now supports the DELFI platform for an all-in-one solution so users can easily work in multiple platforms at once. Securely import and export data into HampsonRussell and run advanced AVO and inversion workflows efficiently with greater ease of use.
PowerLog 11.2 delivers new Rock Physics Model (RPM) improvements for an enhanced user experience, data display, visualization and QC. PowerLog now includes rock physics templates for lithology and pore fluid characterization, which can be displayed and manipulated using PowerLog crossplots allowing for rapid validation and tuning of Rock Physics Models to log and associated core data. PowerLog 11.2 brings the petrophysical and rock physics domains closer together than ever before.
“With the latest release of HampsonRussell and PowerLog, we are providing significant technology advancements to the market and value to our customers. We are proud to deliver new capabilities in rock physics modeling and machine learning workflows to optimize reservoir characterization projects and increase the E&P success.”
Kester Waters, Chief Executive Officer, GeoSoftware
GeoSoftware is a global trusted partner for geoscience software and consulting services to enhance subsurface knowledge. Their reservoir characterization technology and services link geophysics, geology and petrophysics for optimum workflows that drive greater reservoir understanding. Global clients rely on the company’s geoscience expertise to build the most accurate and detailed reservoir models and elevate subsurface knowledge. GeoSoftware is committed to continued innovation to address complex challenges in all types of reservoirs and reduce risk, cost, and cycle-time throughout the field lifecycle. The GeoSoftware portfolio includes Jason, HampsonRussell, PowerLog®, InsightEarth® and VelPro. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, USA, GeoSoftware has over 170 employees located in 18 countries from which they serve over 450 clients across the globe.
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