A dynamic, powerful and easy to use tool that allows asset teams to optimize the value of seismic data, reduce exploration risk, uncertainty and improve reservoir understanding.
Blueback Rock Physics lets users create rock models, run fluid substitution, and create synthetics. As such, it is an essential instrument for risk assessment and uncertainty estimation.
It contains a suite of tools that can be combined to perform a variety of rock physics based workflows to maximize the understanding of available data.
Possible Blueback Rock Physics uses include:
Validate reservoir property models through creation of synthetics and comparison to seismic.
Use blocked well data to create synthetics by applying fluid substitution, impedance analysis, AVO analysis, Monte-Carlos simulations and compare to real seismic.
Use the tuning wedge tool to investigate tuning effects and tuning thickness in thin reservoirs.
This tool allows to create various rock physics models based on industry standard methods and equations to determine Vp, Vs, Rho, and other properties. For more advanced options, it is possible to use Python scripts.
Workflows for seismic reservoir characterization is written and presented by industry expert Patrick Connolly and supported by Cegal.
The course will provide participants with the skills needed to design and implement workflows for seismic reservoir characterization (SRC) based on the Cegal suite of quantitative interpretation applications.