Advanced Real-time Analysis
Developed to gain a deeper understanding of the reservoir and faster interpretation of data in real-time, MicroSeismc has enhanced its capabilities to give clients the opportunity to make critical adjustments at the well site in order to optimize production and reduce costs. Advanced Real-time Analysis, represents both geophysical technology advances, as well as engineering developments. The new technology includes:
- Automatic Moment Tensor Inversion
- A machine learning algorithm for Event Editing
- Anisotropic Calibration
MicroSeismic unveils the latest version of Passive Seismic Emission Tomography, PSET™ 5.0. With the new PSET™, customers enjoy high definition vertical resolution across the well and controlled amplitude processing.
- High Definition Z-Resolution Across the Entire Well
- Controlled Amplitude Processing
- Improved Magnitudes for Well to Well and Basin to Basin Comparisons
- Highly Accurate Models of Discrete Fracture Network
MicroSeismic. introduces Productive-SRV™ (Productive-Stimulated Reservoir Volume). The multiple patents pending technology introduces a novel method to estimate how much of the stimulated fracture remains open through proppant placement. Productive-SRV incorporates three microseismically derived calculations to estimate target zone productivity; a magnitude calibrated Discrete Fracture Network (DFN), the Propped Fracture Estimation and the Fat Fracture™ Drainage Estimation. The combination of these techniques can be used to estimate 90-day cumulative production.
Single well downhole acquisition
Downhole Monitoring with EventPick™ Technology
P-And S-Wave Arrival Picking
Real-time Microseismic Downhole Monitoring with EventPick™ Technology provides an independent evaluation of well stimulation results in areas less suitable for surface-based microseismic acquisition. Initial results, using the proprietary EventPick processing technology, are delivered within a month. The solution provides operators with the fracture geometry and azimuth, discrete fracture network characterization, estimations of propped stimulated reservoir volume, and recommendations for completions optimizations.