Paradigm 19

Emerson is pleased to announce the availability of the Paradigm™ 19 software release. Paradigm 19 offers new and enhanced functionalities to support Emerson’s strategic focus on usability, productivity, automation, performance, and collaboration in all E&P software domains, from seismic processing and imaging to reservoir modeling. The result is more efficient workflows, accurate results that reduce uncertainty, and cost savings across our customers’ entire organization. Paradigm 19 is available as both a cloud-hosted and an on-premise solution. This flexible offering continues to deliver best-in-breed software applications and workflows while ensuring maximum scalability and performance at all levels of use. The following products are included in the Paradigm 19 release: • EarthStudy 360™ – Full-Azimuth Imaging and Characterization • Echos™ – Seismic Processing • Explorer™ – Time-to-Depth Conversion • GeoDepth™ – Velocity Modeling and Imaging • Geolog™ – Formation Evaluation • GeoSec™2D – 2D Geological Structural Restoration • QSI (Probe™/Vanguard™) – AVO Analysis, Seismic Inversion, and Property Determination • SeisEarth™ – Multi-Survey Interpretation • SKUA-GOCAD™ – High-Definition Earth Modeling • StratEarth™ – Geologic Interpretation • Stratimagic™ – Seismic Facies Classification • Sysdrill™ Designer – Embedded Well Planning • VoxelGeo™ – Voxel-Volume Interpretation • WAM – Web Asset Manager Paradigm 19 introduces new Workflows for Interpreters – Principal Component Analysis, 3D Geostatistical Operations, and Modified Stochastic Inversion. These join existing Workflows for Interpreters, such as Waveform Classification, Rock Type Classification, Geobody Detection, and Attribute Clustering. Using a workflow-driven interface, these workflows offer unique, best-in-class technologies in the same integrated platform where day-to-day interpretation is performed, ensuring improved productivity. There is no need to learn additional applications, resulting in faster product adoption and a reduced learning curve. The workflows can be chained into sequences, for additional efficiency improvements.

In the Seismic Processing and Imaging domain, new features for users of Echos include a method for more effective attenuation of noise from the harmonics in the seismic record output after cross-correlation, and a new module for radial trace decomposition/reconstruction. Other enhancements are a conjugant gradient solver for residual statics, and a new module for interpolating a 3D poststack volume to a new survey binning geometry, using 5D data modeling and reconstruction technology. Paradigm 19 delivers enhancements to the GeoDepth Tomography functionality, including a multiple parameter mode and a varying update grid, which extend productivity through automation. Improvements have been made to the multi-2D line framework, as well as to the seismic operation toolset. An OVT binning application has been added to the Kirchhoff migration. EarthStudy 360 now offers a converted wave mode, providing P-S (pressure-converted to shear) reflection and directional gathers and P-S images; and dramatically reduced I/O initialization time, particularly important for cloud runs. General improvements in processing and imaging performance result in faster saving of seismic, traveltime, and tomography data. In Paradigm 19, SeisEarth performance has been substantially improved, with up to 30% improvement in large multi-survey projects. A new functionality enables the import of outcrop-measured dip/azimuth data into Epos™ and the display of that data in the BaseMap and Section windows. This is of special benefit to users working with onshore, poor-quality seismic data, particularly in mountainous areas. Additional improvements in this release include better usability of the ruler in 2D SeisEarth windows, and the generation of plotting templates. A brand-new workflow for Modified Stochastic Inversion (MSI) is part of the Paradigm 19 Quantitative Seismic Interpretation (QSI) offering. This workflow uses a completely new approach to stochastic inversion which enables the creation of multiple broadband-frequency realizations of the reservoir that match all available data, including the seismic. With fast performance and unique implementation, MSI can also use complex stratigraphy, which other solutions cannot do. Other QSI improvements include multi-attribute log crossplot, histogram on crossplot axes, and other usability enhancements.  Improvements have also been made to the Prestack Maximum Likelihood Inversion (PMLI). Users of Explorer will enjoy improvements to the Global Velocity Model and a state-of-the-art implementation of the Vertical Functions window. SKUA-GOCAD modeling workflows have been enhanced with structural model refinement, built using SKUA volumetric modeling. These models may be post-processed to increase the fit with input seismic and well data. The method reduces computational time and memory consumption when used with low-resolution initial structural models, and delivers a higher-resolution final model. The SKUA-GOCAD reservoir modeling uncertainty workflow is now fully automatic, considerably reducing cycle time and further broadening the scope of Big Loop™ workflows for reliable assisted history matching and prediction. A fast, new factorial kriging tool reduces noise and acquisition footprints from 3D volumes. Usability improvements have been added, together with enhancements to SKUA-GOCAD production and reservoir engineering applications. Paradigm 19 streamlines connectivity for stratigraphic data and marker sets between StratEarth and Epos, and SKUA-GOCAD and Epos, greatly improving marker database cleaning and well correlation workflows. In addition, significant improvements have been made to StratEarth 2D displays, with fewer clicks, and more visualization, editing, and data QC options.

Geolog’s multi-well database is able to handle large numbers of wells at a level of efficiency that is recognized by its customers as the most performant in the industry. Powerful new tools in Geolog 19 make it even easier to find, visualize, and process data across these large well databases. These include Query and Graph Views, and a new Timeline View that provides an interactive visual representation of the main operational activities that are completed, in progress, and proposed on a given well. The Geolog Full Waveform Sonic Processing functionality menu has been reorganized and improved, and a new Mud Gas Analysis module provides key information about hydrocarbons in drilled formations and allows safer drilling through early detection of gas kicks and lost circulation. The release enhances Geolog’s data connectivity and openness with direct streaming of WITSML data into Geolog Geosteer™. Paradigm 19 is supported on the same platforms as Paradigm 18, simplifying the transition to the new version: Linux and Windows 64-bit operating systems – Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.8 and subsequent minor releases, and 7.1 and subsequent minor releases; and Microsoft Windows 7 SP1, 8.1, and 10. In the area of connectivity and industry standards, we continue to support and enhance our RESQML standards-based interoperability, and Paradigm 19 supports connectivity to Petrel 2018 and 2019. We develop the new features and functionalities in each release through consideration of what you, our customers, prioritize as the ones that offer you the most value. We use advanced science and technology to help you solve your problems faster and more economically, in order to help reduce time to first oil and increase your return on investment. We believe Paradigm 19 delivers on this promise. We encourage you to explore the many new and exciting capabilities of Paradigm 19. We thank you for your continued confidence in the Emerson E&P suite of products.

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