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New 3D software for oil industry

Staff writer ▼ | May 28, 2013
Jason company presented a new software called 3D Interpretation that helps oil companies achieve a more complete picture of their subsurface reservoirs.
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Manitoba Telecom Services (MTS)Jason company presented a new software called 3D Interpretation that helps oil companies achieve a more complete picture of their subsurface reservoirs.


Jason is a CGG company specializing in seismic reservoir characterization software and services. The 3D Interpretation application makes it easier for teams to build, refine and complete their structural, stratigraphic and rock property models without leaving the Jason suite. Interpreters can visualize all of their subsurface data including wells, horizons, faults, seismic and rock property volumes.

Tight integration with Jason's deterministic and geostatistical product suite streamlines customers' quantitative interpretation (QI) efforts, letting them spend more time interpreting and less time moving data around. This promotes faster, smoother workflows and reduces operating costs.

3D Interpretation complements the quantitative analysis and risk reduction techniques. Interpreters are able to deliver more accurate and reliable results based on all available subsurface information. Within the Jason suite, teams can integrate structural, stratigraphic and rock property information into a detailed reservoir model, and reduce project risk by continuously improving the quality and reliability of their geologic models.

3D Interpretation, coupled with reservoir characterization technology, helps customers mitigate risk during field development planning. With the integrated suite of Jason products, oil companies are better able to select the best well locations. Ultimately, greater understanding and predictability of the subsurface helps customers maximize production while minimizing cost.


 

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