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Earthworks are extremely proud that Ashley Francis (Managing Director) was the recipient of this year’s Nigel Anstey award. This prestigious recognition by the EAGE highlights the technical contribution Ashley has made to the industry with regard to Earthworks' Inversion methods.
The Nigel Anstey Award is presented for "a contribution of distinctly valuable and tangible bearing on one or more of the disciplines in our (EAGE) association."
The EAGE presented this award to Ashley "in recognition of his very substantial, original and diverse contribution to seismic inversion and geostatistics, and to the quantifying of uncertainty and risk. He has been a major influence for the widespread adoption of stochastic inversion technology in practical reservoir characterisation work. His extensive publications - especially his two papers in First Break - and lectures have helped considerably to publicise and also to demystify stochastic modelling, and to move it into the realm of an everyday tool in geological modelling. Thanks to the successful launch of his company Earthworks, he has successfully developed high speed stochastic inversion software to allow the rapid commercial application of the technique. Ashley Francis' other technical contributions, and his active participation in conferences define him as a geoscientist who has made a very major contribution to geoscience over more than two decades."
Earthworks Seismic Inversion
Blueback Reservoir AS and Earthworks E&R; announce the release of the Earthworks Seismic Inversion Petrel™ plug-in software
The Earthworks Seismic Inversion plug-in for Petrel (ESI) is an ultra-fast full featured seismic inversion software enabling effective use of impedance data in the reservoir modeling workflow. The plug-in is fully integrated with Petrel using Petrel native data objects, and makes advanced seismic inversion accessible and useable to the Petrel user community.
The new Petrel plug-in product is commercially available and is ready for download from the Schlumberger Ocean** Store.
A free trial version is available for a limited time period. Contact Blueback Reservoir for more information around installation, training and testing of this new Petrel plug-in product.
** Mark of Schlumberger
HIIP is a depth structure uncertainty and volumetric calculator tool for fast and easy computation of field and prospect volumes and will be of value whether working in exploration, appraisal or field development.
Running under Windows operating systems HIIP is a Java-based software package. Easy to use and portable, HIIP can be run on laptops or desktop PCs and is ideal for rapid testing of volumetric scenarios. Whether in the office or data room, HIIP is an essential tool for geoscientists, new ventures and asset managers.
HIIP allows the user to either create or load existing depth maps and generate multiple geostatistical realisations of depth structure in order to estimate the full range of depth and volumetric uncertainty over a particular area of interest. A comprehensive set of geological scenarios can then be tested in a short time period to come up with GRV ranges. Play and prospect risk factors and probability distributions for petrophysics, fluids and recovery can then be set in order to make probabilistic calculations of HIIP (Hydrocarbons Initially In Place) and Reserves.
New Depth Conversion Module - Version 2.0 allows:
Fast and simple depth conversion of two-way-time grids
Single or multiple layer models
Large number of layer-cake and average methods supported
Easy comparison of depth conversion scenarios
Quickly create depth grids for volumetric calculations