Provides geoscientists with tools for rapid shale field development, onshore planning, and drilling horizontal wells, consisting of three main workflows: geosteering, pad placement, and pad well design, combined to improve efficiency for the fast pace of land development.
– Tools for rapid shale field development, and onshore planning
– Visualization 2D, 3D, wells, and maps
– Advanced Geosteering workflows
– Advanced pad placement and pad well design
– Mapping and volumetrics generation
– Geocellular modeling
– Well planning/trajectory planning
Data and cross-domain
The Petrel E&P software platform provides a full range of tools to solve the most complex structural and stratigraphic challenges, from regional exploration to reservoir development. Within a single platform, geoscientists can perform the key geological workflows from stratigraphic and seismic interpretation through facies and geocellular property modeling.
Collaboration and capture of valuable data in the Studio E&P knowledge platform
Empowered by the Studio E&P knowledge platform, the Petrel platform, and the Techlog wellbore software platform connect the evolving reservoir model across different disciplines, as new information is injected into the subsurface. Geoscientists can use the powerful tools in the Studio platform to access information, collaborate with colleagues, receive updates on team progress, and share workflow knowledge with their team.
Petrel Shale is specifically designed to improve efficiency for the fast pace of land development. Geoscientists can use tools for rapid shale field development, onshore planning, and drilling horizontal wells, with three workflows: geosteering, pad placement, and pad well design.
Advanced geosteering workflow
Geosteer wells, guided by seismic or geological model properties, using 2D and 3D windows. Geoscientists can also use a 'stretch and squeeze' method within the vertical track of the well section. Stream real-time well data using WITMSL or load from files in a 3D window with fast and easy reporting.
Advanced pad and well placement workflows
Access automated and interactive solutions to optimize the multiple wells pad layout and well-location design combining geological information, surfaces, GIS maps, subsurface constraints, and reservoir-level quality targets. Geoscientists can avoid existing wells by creating “no-go zones” to ensure wells are placed in the correct locations.
Access best science
Benefit from the most advanced geological plug-ins to extend existing workflows with niche technology with PowerPoint Creator. Geoscientists can extract the content of a 2D and 3D window to PowerPoint and the Well Query Tool to inspect well data interactively from a 2D, 3D, and map windows.