Paradigm will showcase its updated Paradigm 15 suite of technologies at the 2015 European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) Annual Conference and Exhibition in Madrid, 1 - 4 June.
More accurate drilling
Paradigm 15 is designed to enhance productivity through a high-definition platform, interdisciplinary workflows, and third-party data integration, to help users drill more accurately while minimising non-productive time.
At EAGE, Paradigm technical experts will demonstrate methods for increasing accuracy and productivity through integrated high-definition interpretation, as well as for solving velocity challenges and tackling complex reservoirs.
"With the release of Paradigm 15, the company is addressing the new challenges facing our industry," said Duane Dopkin, Executive Vice President of Geoscience at Paradigm. "Many of our innovations, such as advanced Quantitative Seismic Interpretation (QSI) and the tight integration between our earth modelling and velocity determination applications, are designed to help users achieve highly accurate results in a more efficient manner.”
Lunch & Learn sessions
Additional demonstrations will include case studies by Paradigm customers Galp Energia, PetroTrace Global and VNG Norge, who will discuss their experiences with Paradigm software on real world datasets. The company will host three complimentary Lunch & Learn sessions, which will both highlight some of the exciting functionalities in the new release, and feature customer and partner presentations. Advanced online registration is required for each Lunch & Learn session.
Technical paper presentations
Paradigm geoscientists will have a significant presence in this year's EAGE technical program, with technical paper presentations in the Velocity Model Building (Theory I and II), Seismic Reservoir Characterisation I, Diffraction Modelling & Imaging, Seismic Anisotropy in Fractured Reservoirs, Broadband-Deghosting, and Interpreting the Uncertain Seismic Image sessions.
Adapted from press release by Cecilia Rehn