Personalized technical expertise for advanced seismic analysis, seismic petrophysics, rock physics, and attribute classification.
Our quantitative interpretation (QI) service transforms seismic data into useful products for reservoir character interpretations, which not only promote collaboration between geophysicists, geologists, engineers, and management, but also help establish net present values earlier, rank prospects, test scenarios, build a drilling inventory and investigate specific drilling locations. We use commercial software (with our own enhancements and additions), but deliver our service products in our proprietary QI-Pro software that immediately gives the whole team the power and flexibility to investigate and understand the results.
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Here are a few of the many ways in which Quantitative Interpretation can help extend the value of your seismic data and geologic understanding.
Good Well, Bad Well: Understand which attributes would have been the best indicators of the rock properties associated with actual production.
Identify and characterize fluids in place at varying degrees of resolution: regional-, wellbore-, and pore-scale.
Understand which parts of the reservoir have naturally occuring fracture networks or high brittleness and high porosity combinations - the zones that are the most likely to respond favorably to stimulation treatments.
Characterize porosity and pore aspect ratios to predict reserves in place and EUR.
Identify and isolate anomalies in seismic response based on well log, core, and geological data.
Evaluate completion strategies and analyze how the rock types from a group of producing wells and their corresponding completion program can be optimized.
“Your work and software helped make a map that changed our development and drilling program completely. It put the company on a trajectory for success whereas the old development plan lead to failure.”
Reservoir Engineer / International E&P Operator
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