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Network Analysis
By Schlumberger
Plug-in Attributes
Russia origin, EAR99
  • 2019 | 2020 | 2021
Supporting Documents
Installation Guide
Release Notes
User Manual
The Network Analysis plug-in supports "Reservoir to Network" integrated models. It supports different types of integrated models (either ECLIPSE Network or PIPESIM coupled models), represents them in a unified form inside the Petrel interface, and provides an extended set of tools for analysis of surface network behavior, which allows easy identification of network performance bottlenecks.
  • A Network topology import into the Petrel platform,ed link to simulation results for network entities
  • Support of different network input formats and complexity levels
  • Wide set of tools for network behavior analysis and comparing static/dynamic network performance characteristics
  • Network map view—dynamic playing of node/branch properties in a network graph
  • Automatic search of upstream/downstream nodes to simplify building of property plots verus time
  • Profile view—display change in network properties along selected flowpath and play it with time
The plug-in supports results from all types of integrated models built with Schlumberger software (IAM software, ECLIPSE Network, and INTERSECT-to-PIPESIM coupling). It allows visualization of network topology directly in the Petrel platform, to display property distribution along the network and to build production plots and profiles for different nodes, taking network hierarchy into account.