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Building understanding through basin- to reservoir-scale modeling of petroleum systems

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Combining seismic, well, and geological information to model the evolution of a sedimentary basin to predict the likelihood, quality, and quantity of technically and economically recoverable oil and gas is at the core of successful exploration and appraisal strategies.

Understanding how a reservoir has been charged with hydrocarbons—including the source and timing of hydrocarbon generation, migration routes, quantities, and hydrocarbon type—is essential to developing an optimal exploitation plan. By integrating petroleum systems analysis into full model-based evaluations of the exploration risk elements of trap, reservoir, charge, and seal, you are able to quantify risk and make more informed investments on prospective acreage and exploration drilling prospects.

Source Maturity, Hydrocarbon Migration & Charge Modeling
Regional Exploration Screening
Rapid initial screening performed for the hydrocarbon source and reservoir with 1D and map-based simulation of maturation, migration, and accumulation.
Petroleum Systems Modeling
Simulated structural evolution of a basin for the generation, migration, accumulation of hydrocarbons in a petroleum system through geologic time.
Seal Analysis
Top Seal Simulator
Prediction of the present-day pressure regime as well as pore pressure and seal capacity through time in dynamic 3D models.
Structural & Fault Analysis
A vast range of tools for better mapping, analysis, and modeling of faults related to prospects and fields.
Play Chance Analysis
Play Fairway Mapping
Uncertainty evaluation from basin to prospect, calculating the chance of success and probabilistic volumes, with dynamic petroleum systems modeling.
 
 
Risk Assessment
Exploration Risk & Resource Assessment
Scalable decision support for risk, resource, and economic evaluation of exploration projects and portfolios.