GPM geological process modeling software is a simulator for forward modeling of stratigraphic and sedimentary processes that works with the Petrel E&P software platform. It provides a methodology to model siliciclastic and carbonate reservoirs based on the principle of mass and energy conservation.
GPM software enables users to create stratigraphic models showing the expected sediment geometries and to predict the lithology distributions as well as gain insights into the composition and deposition of the sedimentary sequences. Specifically, GPM software models the erosion, transport, and deposition of clastic and carbonate sediments—either independently or concurrently—in different geological settings (for example, channels, rivers, turbidity flows, and shoreline systems) along with related geological processes such as carbonate growth, meteoric diagenesis, and sediment compaction.
Tightly integrated with the Petrel platform, GPM software makes true cross-domain collaboration and workflow standardization in the same canvas a reality.
Geological Concepts & Knowledge Capture
GPM 2D is a unique forward stratigraphic modeling solution leveraging the Petrel platform visualization capabilities. It offers an intuitive, focused working environment (elementary parameters, drawing tools) to seamlessly test multiple geological scenarios and efficiently build concept-driven, process-based models in a user-defined cross-section.
GPM 2D enables the geoscientist to interactively and iteratively observe and capture the effect of basin tectonics (subsidence and uplift) as well as sea-level variations on the basin-fill architecture, thereby providing robust geological understandings which can in turn be used as proxies for 3D modeling at different locations.