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Blueback Rocks Velocity
By Cegal (previously Blueback Reservoir)
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Plug-in Attributes
Platform:
Petrel
Lifecycle
Exploration
Version
  • 2016 | 2017 | 2018
Supporting Documents
Installation Guide
Release Notes
User Manual
Overview
Transparent and interactive environment that allows interpreters to gain full confidence in the data used for depth conversion. Blueback Rocks Velocity extracts, and edits, well velocity parameters and seismic data to build a velocity model for depth-conversion. Seismic velocities can be calibrated without building a 3D grid model.
Specifications
  • Transparent and easy workflow to manage velocity data
  • Identify V0,k or Vint trends for each layer
  • Comprehensive velocity data crossplot visualizers
  • Calibrate seismic velocities to well velocities. No 3D grid building required
  • Velocity maps display changes immediately to help assessing any decision
  • Simple and advanced mode analyze and apply depth residuals
  • Generate useful table sorted statistical information
  • Build a velocity model and use it for general depth conversion
Features
Blueback Rocks Velocity is a transparent tool that gives users full insight and control of all velocity related data. It has been designed to reveal problematic data early and let the intepreter take immediate corrective actions while building a velocity model to be used for depth conversion.