Our software solutions help you better understand your reservoir and reduce risk in exploration and development decisions. New releases in the GeoSoftware portfolio integrate geoscience disciplines more deeply than ever before by bringing together geophysics, geology, petrophysics, rock physics and engineering.
Gain fresh insights into the most complex subsurface challenges in all types of reservoirs. Explore the latest GeoSoftware capabilities driven by technology innovation, workflow integration and ease-of-use.
Users can now run the GeoSoftware Petrel link in HampsonRussell and Jason and connect with the DELFI platform for greater ease-of-use and efficiency across the software platforms in your organization.
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Continuous innovation, greater reservoir understanding
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The release of HampsonRussell 13.1 offers intuitive and advanced solutions for seismic reservoir characterization and quantitative interpretation.
Recognize uncertainty and evaluate reliability of model predictions with innovative new tools in HampsonRussell’s GeoAI. Through powerful and flexible machine learning workflows, integration of quantitative multi-mineral rock physics models (RPM) further improve reservoir characterization results. Geoscientists can now perform comprehensive validation procedures and calculate quality metrics to assess the uncertainty of the Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) model predictions at blind wells.
HampsonRussell’s user-friendly Well Tie tool plays a crucial role in reservoir characterization workflows. To ensure the accuracy of the seismic-synthetic well tie process, we now offer extended Quality Controls (QCs). The upgrades make it easy for users to interpret seismic-synthetic match and residuals, while also simplifying the evaluation of velocity changes resulting from edits to the time-depth relationship (“stretch/squeezes”). These new QCs allow for quick and straightforward review of the well to seismic correlation.
Other notable enhancements in version 13.1 include:
• Efficiently load data by utilizing quick well selectors and enabling easier import of multiple LAS files.
• Streamline the import of well deviations from multiple files with smart file format detection.
• Upgraded default settings for log types, units and mnemonics
• Expanded EarthModel options including horizon-to-horizon truncation for greater accuracy of geologic models in complex faulted environments
New EarthModel Feature for Advanced Model Building
Rock Physics and Machine Learning Advancements
Improved GeoSoftware Petrel Link
Optimizations and Other Improvements
Advancements in Machine Learning Capabilities
GeoSoftware Petrel Link
Users can easily use the GeoSoftware Petrel link in HampsonRussell that supports the DELFI platform for an all-in-one solution so users can easily work in multiple platforms at once.
With this latest release of HampsonRussell, easily run the GeoSoftware Petrel link for traditional desktop environment and the Schlumberger DELFI platform in the cloud. Securely link these software products and run efficiently across your company's software suite for greater ease of use.
With this significant milestone, HampsonRussell's latest technology innovation brings you new Artificial Intelligence capabilities for seismic reservoir characterization, improved performance for faster results and a superior user experience for any geoscientist that boosts efficiency and usability. New features in HampsonRussell version 12.0:
For a complete list of fixes and improvements, please refer to the new features and release notes documents available with the HampsonRussell 12.0 release materials.
New features in HampsonRussell version 11.0:
The new features and functionality of HampsonRussell 10.6 include an interactive radon analyzer, an AVO interpretation crossplot template, improved convenience in retrieving inversion models, greater parameter flexibility and a new inversion algorithm.
Accomplish your exploration and development objectives at every stage of your reservoir characterization and interpretation workflows with HampsonRussell 10.6. For questions about what’s new in HampsonRussell, or request a demo: contact us
HampsonRussell 10.5 extends and enhances the user experience, offering the speed of Multi-Node Processing on Windows and the flexibility of a Python ecosystem. New features in HampsonRussell version 10.5:
New features in HampsonRussell version 10.4.2:
Features in HampsonRussell version 10.4.1 deliver continual improvements in reservoir characterization and seismic interpretation technologies aimed at making sophisticated geophysical analysis and workflows accessible to every geoscientist.
Power of Machine Learning in Emerge for Better Reservoir Characterization
Machine learning has been a component in Emerge for decades. A key enhancement is Emerge Deep Learning, allowing for more accurate reservoir characterization.
Advanced Seismic Conditioning
This is a new module to improve seismic data quality and achieve more confidence in inversion and AVO.
AVO Quick Modeling
AVO Quick Modeling has an expanded range of tools to generate 1D/2D/3D synthetic models and analyze potential seismic response. Its RockSI component provides linkage to rock physics.
Multi Node Processing (MNP)
Multi Node Processing distributed across several Linux machines can radically reduce the run-time of pre-and post-stack inversion, AVO and gather conditioning processes. It can be used in the cloud, which enables scalability of hardware resources.
Advanced Python Scripting
Advanced Python Scripting for seismic processes enables adding Python plug-ins, giving you the freedom to incorporate your advanced R&D algorithms directly into HampsonRussell.
See a recorded webinar on Deep Neural Networks in HampsonRussell Emerge: watch video.
Features in HampsonRussell version 10.3:
Faster Data Loading and Processing Speed
AVO Quick 1D/2D Modeling
Horizontal Well Correlation
See the new horizontal well correlation feature in action: watch video.
Features in HampsonRussell 10.2 help to extract and predict attributes along horizontal wells and provide better workflows for greater productivity with new data conditioning, inversion and map prediction features. The 10.2 release contains various improvements to Gather Conditioning, Strata, Pro4D, GeoSI, RockSI and other modules. These enhanced capabilities reflect a commitment to continually improve reservoir characterization technologies for all geoscientists.
MapPredict: Formerly ISMap
HampsonRussell 10.2 offers faster seismic data loading, improved accuracy for offset to angle computation, easier comparison of inversion results, and more.
New features for seismic interpretation and reservoir characterization, including better workflows for added value. Exciting new capabilities include:
The release of Jason 12.1 introduces a series of enhancements to improve user productivity and provide quick assessments in challenging data environments.
Industry-leading software in geostatistical modeling and inversion, Jason’s StatMod and RockMod modules, now include key enhancements resulting in faster start-ups and quicker turnaround with minimal data scans and improved inter-process communication. For example, both data gaps and missing data interpolation facilitate simpler co-simulation workflows in difficult data environments.
StatMod and RockMod have also been enhanced to better handle InverTrace and RockTrace inputs for co-simulation. The implemented enhancement to the data interpolation allows for improved reservoir characterization, providing more accurate geological results even in the presence of data gaps and missing data.
Jason’s popular Gather QC tool facilitates rapid assessment of data quality and suitability for inversion, and now generates quick, on-the-fly AVO curves for multiple gather sets with angle overlays and well displays.
Other notable enhancements with release 12.1 include:
• Volume display enhancements and the use of trend volumes for model building in Jason EarthModel
• Better application performance from improved memory profiles
• Usability upgrades of more trace gate definition options, improved horizon importing, new color scales and improved well I/O
New EarthModel Feature for Advanced Model Building
Integrating Geoscience Data with Rock Physics Modeling
With this latest release of Jason, easily run the GeoSoftware Petrel link for traditional desktop environment and the Schlumberger DELFI platform in the cloud. Securely link these software products and run efficiently across your company's software suite for greater ease of use.
This new version of Jason brings you innovative capabilities for more accurate inversions, greater functionality and improved usability. New features in Jason version 11.1:
For a complete list of fixes and improvements, please refer to the new features and release notes documents available with the Jason 11.1 release materials.
New features in Jason version 11.0:
Jason Workbench 10.2 offers enhanced display options, upgraded QCs and monitoring, and more user-friendly interfaces. The Python machine learning ecosystem contains additional basic and advanced sample scripts and Jupyter notebooks, making it even easier for clients to build their own workflows. Optimizing performance has also been prioritized, particularly within geostatistical reservoir characterization technology.
For questions about what’s new in Jason, or to request a demo: contact us.
The latest improvements in the Jason Workbench are released in 10.1. This new version extends and enhances the Jason user experience, offering the critical workflows required for modern reservoir characterization. Jason 10.1 demonstrates our commitment to delivering leading-edge, intuitive workflows offering a superior user experience. Updates and new features include:
Introduction of Jason Python ecosystem
The Python ecosystem in Jason lets experts and data scientists completely customize machine learning and reservoir characterization workflows by using extensively available Python machine learning libraries and also their own proprietary code.
Several user improvements to viewers and managers
The latest improvements in the Jason Workbench are released in 10.0.2. Updates and new features include:
Jason Workbench 10.0 demonstrates our commitment to delivering leading-edge, intuitive workflows offering a superior user experience. This version release extends and enhances the Jason user experience, offering the critical workflows required for modern reservoir characterization.
Optimize your well productivity, field development and reservoir management with Jason 10 today! For questions about what’s new in Jason, or to request a demo: contact us.
Jason Workbench 9.7.3 provides continuing product development adding value to users. The quality patch release includes:
Jason Workbench 9.7.2 provides continuing product development. The quality patch release includes:
Jason Workbench 9.7.1 extends and enhances Jason’s reservoir characterization developments in key areas of usability, new science, reliability, performance, connectivity, and integration. The new version eases the organization of standard workflows and the development of new client-specific workflows. The innovative features include:
Continuous improvements bring added value to any workflow. We list several highlights for version 9.6.1:
New technology brings greater ease-of-use, reliability, and performance – fewer mouse clicks to get more work done. Here are several highlights for version 9.6:
New model constraints in anisotropic inversion
More streamlined and interactive velocity calibration to wells in Depth Inversion
Next-generation wavelet estimation for complex situations
Geostatistical inversion supports use of seismic data in depth
New theoretical models for more flexibility and expert use of Rock Physics software
More quantitative reserves estimates in Facies & Fluids Probabilities (FFP)
For specific questions about what’s new in Jason, or to request a demo: contact us.
New technology in the Jason 9.5 release offers better usability and performance for advanced reservoir characterization.
The latest release of PowerLog 11.4 provides enhancements to improve QC and evaluation of interpreted petrophysics properties and accelerate subsurface workflows.
Notable enhancements include:
Optimizations and Other Improvements
Access the new PowerLog software by logging into the GeoSoftware Download Site or requesting an account to download the software.
The latest PowerLog technology innovation brings you advancements in rock physics modeling and a superior user experience for any geoscientist that boosts efficiency and usability.
New features in PowerLog 11.2:
Access the new software by logging into the client portal or requesting an account to download the software.
New features in PowerLog version 11.1:
For a complete list of fixes and improvements, please refer to the new features and release notes documents available with the PowerLog 11.1 release materials.
New features in PowerLog version 11.0:
PowerLog 10.2 for petrophysical interpretation now offers a complete automated log editing workflow available through a collection of modules that includes Outlier Detection, Log Patching and Synthetic Curve Generation. As a critical part of PowerLog’s patented workflow, Outlier Detection enables users to detect data spikes and anomalies and then replace bad data with patches or synthetic curves. The resulting high-quality curve data is essential in generating accurate interpretations and pore pressure predictions, and for use in seismic inverse modeling.
For specific questions about what’s new in PowerLog, or to request a demo: contact us.
PowerLog’s latest version continues to bring users new innovative technology and improvements. New features in the PowerLog 10.1 update include:
PowerLog ease-of-use continues with new improvements in a minor release. New features in the latest PowerLog 10.0.2 release add value and new machine learning workflows.
PowerLog gives users the ability to build their own advanced log processing modules simply and efficiently, as well as develop proprietary, sophisticated and advanced interpretation models. New features in the latest PowerLog 10 release add easy-to-use tools and allow for increased productivity with new machine learning workflows.
Experience the open environment in the PowerLog ecosystem in this latest release of the GeoSoftware flagship well log petrophysical analysis software. For questions about what’s new in PowerLog, or to request a demo: contact us.
PowerLog 9.7.3 provides continuing product development, adding value to users. The quality patch release includes:
PowerLog 9.7.2 provides continuing product development. The quality patch release includes:
Experience the ease of use and script portability in this latest release of the GeoSoftware flagship well log petrophysical analysis software, PowerLog 9.7.1. Enhancements for flexible petrophysical workflows include:
Features in PowerLog 9.7.1 release allow for better data management and improved workflows, and facilitate development of advanced interpretation modules.
Watch a demonstration of the new Python extensions capability in PowerLog 9.7.1: watch video.
Introducing an exciting PowerLog release – 9.6 brings important new functionality to enable more flexible petrophysical workflows:
New borehole schematics tool
Interactive Crossplot Gameboards
Multi-level Array Data user programs
Anisotropic Stress and Strain Determination for FracRat module
Gameboards, borehole schematics and array data user programs are part of basic PowerLog and will be provided to all clients current on maintenance. Anisotropic stress will be provided to all users with FracRat.
PowerLog 9.5 includes new features for better data management, improved asset team collaboration and streamlined workflows. One of the richest petrophysical applications in the industry, PowerLog provides flexible petrophysical workflows. New features include:
For specific questions about what’s new in PowerLog, or to request a demo: contact us.
For more information regarding this release, please refer to the release notes documents available with the VelPro 11.1 release materials.
VelPro 10 provides users with an ease-of-use experience and stability to seamlessly integrate seismic and well data into a robust and high-quality velocity model. New features in this release:
For questions about what’s new in VelPro, or to request a demo: contact us.
VelPro 9.7.1 provides users with the ability to create high-quality velocity models. New features in this release include:
VelPro’s ease of use, flexibility and scalability help interpreters and depth conversion experts build high-quality velocity models in record time. Here are the enhancements in VelPro 9.6:
Improved usability for pore pressure prediction
New density equation fitting module
New concordance layer specifier
VelPro’s ease of use, flexibility and scalability help interpreters and depth conversion experts build high-quality velocity models in record time. Now VelPro integrates with the GeoSoftware portfolio, making it easier for clients to install and use it in combination with other GeoSoftware products.
For specific questions about what’s new in VelPro, or to request a demo: contact us.
InsightEarth 3.6 now has new features, including the recently announced WellPath interactive well path planning technology. The WellPath QuickPlan workflow automates planning for large multi-well pads or platforms and builds all well plans simultaneously.
Drill better wells with the new features in InsightEarth 3.6. For questions about what’s new in InsightEarth, or to request a demo: contact us.
InsightEarth 3.5 provides continued product development, adding value to users. Updated features in this release include:
Updated features in this quality patch release include:
InsightEarth 3.4 provides solutions to help the geologist better understand their reservoir and lower the risk of exploration and development decisions. Our technology innovation continues with expanded capabilities and improved efficiency with this latest version of InsightEarth.
Streaming volume format feature for faster loading of large data sets
Four method spectral decomposition process
Watch an introductory video to learn more about streaming bricked volumes: watch video.
High-impact improvements in structural and stratigraphic interpretation capabilities enable oil company interpretation teams to deliver more accurate interpretations with fewer people in less time. InsightEarth 3.1 offers intuitive and simplified interfaces and processes for better user experience. Here are a few of the new features:
Interactive dip angle measurement in FaultFractureSpark
Curtain and basal slices from a point set
New data visibility options
Batch processing for footprint removal
For specific questions about what’s new in InsightEarth, or to request a demo: contact us.
EarthModel 10.1 continues development for effective geologic modeling features and tools to build complex reservoir models with seismic data. This new release of EarthModel includes:
The 10.0 release of EarthModel includes:
For questions about what’s new in EarthModel, or to request a demo: contact us.
EarthModel 9.7.2 provides continuing product development, adding value to users. The quality patch release includes:
EarthModel 9.7.2 provides continuing product development. The quality patch release includes:
Produce fast and accurate reservoir models today with EarthModel 9.7.1. Improved integration with the CGG GeoSoftware products and third-party software creates ease of use and efficient geologic modeling workflows. Enhancements include:
Building on the user experience capabilities and streamlined workflows of 9.5, EarthModel 9.6 enhancements include:
The latest version of our comprehensive geological modeling software streamlines workflows with more flexible capabilities:
For specific questions about what’s new in EarthModel, or to request a demo: contact us.