Paradigm aim to 'redefine geological interpretation'

Paul Boughton
Paradigm technical demonstrations to feature innovative technologies and workflows included in the upcoming Paradigm 2011 release.
Paradigm will preview new exploration and development technologies and workflows that will be included in its upcoming Paradigm 2011 release, at the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) Annual Convention and Exhibition in Houston, TX, April 10 – 13.
The Paradigm AAPG technical programme will reinforce a central theme of “Redefining Geological Interpretation” and will incorporate workflows for fault seal assessment, reservoir characterisation and production data analysis, well log correlation, seismic induced stress determination of a gas shale play, and stratigraphic feature delineation with 3D seismic-flattening and new voxel-visualisation technology.

In addition, Paradigm will preview its next generation formation evaluation, as well as the next generation of 3D geologic restoration and 4D basin modelling inside Paradigm SKUA .
“We are demonstrating the foundation of next generation solutions in geomodelling, formation evaluation, geologic, engineering and seismic interpretation,” said Jean Claude Dulac, chief technology officer of Interpretation and Modelling. “We believe the quality and performance enhancements achieved with these solutions will have a huge impact on oil companies' assets and exploration and development programmes.”
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