Press Release Summary:
Based on procedure that maps recorded surface seismic data to subsurface image points, Common Reflection Angle Migration resolves difficult subsurface illumination problems and facilitates and qualifies extraction of direct hydrocarbon indicators from seismic data. Ray-based application provides solutions to exploration and production imaging objectives, including detailed velocity model determination, target-oriented high-resolution reservoir imaging, and quality reservoir property extraction.
Original Press Release:
Paradigm(TM) Releases Next-Generation Subsurface Imaging Solution
New Common Reflection Angle Migration provides precise, high-resolution seismic imaging
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands, Oct. 10 /-- Paradigm(TM) (www.pdgm.com), a leading provider of enterprise software solutions to the global oil and natural gas exploration and production (E&P) industry, has announced the release of its Common Reflection Angle Migration (CRAM), a new high-resolution subsurface imaging solution that is designed to improve the quality of information obtained from seismic data processing. The new program, part of Paradigm's GeoDepth 2D/3D velocity modeling suite, is believed to represent a significant advance in E&P detection technology.
"The Common Reflection Angle Migration was specifically designed to supplement the current set of imaging tools available to geophysicists who are frequently challenged by matching imaging algorithm and methodology to the exploration objective," said Zvi Koren, chief geophysicist and seismic imaging product manager for Paradigm. "Through its implementation and imaging integrity, this new migration is ideally suited for exploration and development programs."
"We are pleased to make this new imaging solution available to the oil and gas industry and look forward to following its impact on seismic imaging programs all over the world," added Duane Dopkin, Paradigm's senior vice president of technology. "We believe this new migration will advance the science of hydrocarbon detection."
Based on a new procedure that maps recorded surface seismic data to subsurface image points, CRAM is specifically designed to help resolve difficult subsurface illumination problems and facilitate and qualify the extraction of direct hydrocarbon indicators from seismic data. The ray-based application maintains flexibility while inheriting the desirable properties of full-waveform solutions. CRAM offers a new perspective on ray-based imaging that provides solutions to a broad range of E&P imaging objectives, including detailed velocity model determination, target-oriented high-resolution reservoir imaging and quality reservoir property extraction from complex areas.
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Paradigm Geophysical Corp. (www.pdgm.com) helps global oil and gas companies locate new reserves and optimize production in complex geological areas. Paradigm's technology advances the science of hydrocarbon detection with solutions in seismic data processing and subsurface imaging, prospect interpretation and modeling, reservoir characterization, and well planning and drilling. These exploration and production solutions operate in an open environment with connectivity to third-party data stores to accelerate project creation and turnaround. Paradigm has a global network of sales, services and user support, serving major oil and gas producing regions around the world. For additional information visit Paradigm's website at www.pdgm.com.
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