Working with color blends in Petrel®

When working with color blends of any type, it is best practice to interpret directly in GeoTeric to maintain quality and color intensity.  As third-party software differs, quality and visualization will often be impacted following blend transfer.  However, we do understand there is often a requirem...

GeoTeric 2018.2 - new features

Auditable volumetrics for fast and effective evaluation of hydrocarbon resources Within the newest r...

Manipulation of Volume Data Values

The blog post this week will show how we can manipulate the data values in a volume with specific em...

Horizon based geobodies for Gross Rock V...

Not all geobodies are discrete geological features that can be extracted such as channels or debris ...

GeoTeric 2018.2 - new features

Posted by Andrew Pomroy on 21 Jan 2019

Auditable volumetrics for fast and effective evaluation of hydrocarbon resources

Within the newest release 2018.2, GeoTeric is enhancing the exploration workflow by introducing a ‘Volumetrics’ tool which allows calculation of oil and gas resource estimates at any point during horizon interpretation and editing.  Results can be saved within the project or into an external file which can be updated following further data acquisition and/or refinement of the interpretation.  Continue reading for a brief introduction to the tool and be sure to download GeoTeric 2018.2 today!

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Topics: Volumetrics, Blog, Validate

Manipulation of Volume Data Values

Posted by Chris Han on 30 Jun 2016
The blog post this week will show how we can manipulate the data values in a volume with specific emphasis on how this can be applied to geobodies.
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Topics: Geobody, GeoTeric 2016, Hints and Tips, Parser, Volumetrics, Blog

Horizon based geobodies for Gross Rock Volume calculation

Posted by Ryan Williams on 17 Jun 2016

Not all geobodies are discrete geological features that can be extracted such as channels or debris flows, sometime more large scale geobodies need to be calculated. This is often the case when analysing large reservoirs where a “tank of sand” model may be applied or if two horizons pinch-out making geobody volumetric estimations difficult. This is an important process as the Gross Rock Volume (GRV) is an essential input to the STOIIP or GIIP calculations.  We can increase the accuracy of our GRV estimation with the use of existing horizons and the Adaptive Geobody tool.

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Topics: Geobody, horizon, Volumetrics, Blog