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Ocean API for PetroMod
By Schlumberger
Plug-in Attributes
  • 2015 | 2016 | 2017
PetroMod petroleum systems modeling software predicts if, and how, a reservoir has been charged with hydrocarbons, including the source and timing of hydrocarbon generation, migration routes, quantities, and hydrocarbon type in the subsurface or at surface conditions. The PetroMod API enables specialists to develop user-defined plug-in functions for the PetroMod simulator during or after the simulation to replace standard models by their own functions or to add new models to the simulation.
  • Create new user-defined PetroMod software overlays
  • Seamlessly link with specific in-house engines, workflows and routines
  • Execute external postprocessors directly from PetroMod software
  • Prepare and write set of input files for external postprocessors
  • Access all PetroMod overlays (all events) including PetroMod grid
  • Write / read user-defined file formats
  • Easily code plug-ins in Python
Additional Information
The Ocean API for PetroMod allows a seamless link with specific in-house engines, workflows and routines, enabling customized simulations of the entire history of a sedimentary basin from the deposition of the bottom layer onward. Extend the PetroMod capabilities with your own scripts to define the output, enabling a fully PVT-controlled modeling of n-component three-phase relationships during the entire migration process.