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Blueback Rock Physics
By Cegal (previously Blueback Reservoir)
Plug-in Attributes
  • 2019 | 2020 | 2021
Supporting Documents
Installation Guide
Release Notes

Blueback Rock Physics lets users create rock models, run fluid substitution, and create synthetics. Possible Rock Physics uses include:

  • Validation of reservoir property model by creating synthetics and comparison to seismic
  • Forward modelling to determine the reservoir geometry and correlating synthetics to seismic
  • Signature identification.
  • Tuning effect Studies
  • Invasion correction
  • 4D workflows
  • Simplified approach allowing the use of complex rock physics concepts
  • Fully integrated with Blueback Rocks QI and Blueback Investigator
  • Create rock physics models
  • Elastic properties modeling
  • Optimized log blocking
  • Generate Impedances
  • Synthetic Seismogram modeling
  • Tuning wedge
  • 4D workflows
  • Fluid substitution, impedances, synthetics, rock models can be defined in python scripts, and much more
  • Multi-well, 3D property model and seismic data
  • Petrel Workflow enabled for efficient quantitative interpretation
  • Integrated QC plots
Additional Information
Blueback Rock Physics offers new and interesting features around 4D seismic data analysis. It offers the possibility to compare numerical simulation data to seismic traces and to quantify the effects of fluid changes during production. Shift and strain in monitor and base seismic volumes can be computed to understand the impact of hydrocarbon production.