Environment-Plus (E-Plus) combines the most used tools within the Jason Workbench into a single, tightly integrated foundation for use in performing your structural and quantitative interpretation workflows. Included in this package are the base visualization tools, Body Checking, Interpretation, horizon and fault data management and editing tools, WellTie, Cross Plots and Histograms and the Processing Toolkit. Well information, shared directly and without duplication, between PowerLog, Jason and EarthModel FT, enables streamlined cross product workflows and ensures real time collaboration among asset team members. A powerful platform for building workflows using more advanced Jason inversion tools, E-Plus delivers all of the base features necessary to begin a reservoir characterization workflow without the hassle of assembling the pieces.
E-Plus provides the Jason Workbench user with a variety of visualization tools for the display of Jason based data. The Map, Section and 3D Views can be used in either a stand-alone mode or in combination with ViewMaster. Map and Section views support a multi-panel capability very useful in quantitative workflows. ViewMaster is a centralized session, display and view control that coordinates data across the Map, Section and 3D View displays. ViewMaster also provides access to Jason’s Body Checking tools and, when a RockFrame license is available, manages all interpretive information . In addition, the base visualization tools include the Jason Well Manager, Well Log and Graph views.
Jason’s Body Checking application is a fully integrated tool designed to provide quantitative insights into your reservoir’s continuity and volumetrics. Through its tight integration with Crossplots and Histograms, relationships between multiple acoustic properties can be used to reveal a reservoir’s geology. Using the relationships established, an interpreter can search for subsurface patterns by studying the continuity and connectivity of those reservoir properties and then correlating them with known reservoir geology and production information. Body Checking can create geobodies using well, property and solid model data (SHF) as input. Net Pore Volume of the bodies identified can also be directly estimated using Body Checking. A batch capability for Body Checking is also provided and can be used for analyzing the multiple realizations produced during a Geostatistical inversion workflow.
The Jason Well Tie combines the Well Editor and the Wavelets Estimation modules and is an integral part of any quantitative reservoir characterization workflow. Well Editor is the core of Jason’s well-to-seismic tie capabilities and is used to generate synthetic seismograms. Well ties can be created using either computed or extracted wavelets. A wide variety of log editing and quality control tools are also available including the ability to improve a well tie by assessing its correlation with a basic seismic inversion result. Interpreters can adjust time/depth curves interactively, use Backus averaging for improved correlations, study single or multiple wells in a single session or study single or multi-well wavelets. Full waveform synthetic and AVO/AVA wavelet generation is also supported.
Crossplots and Histograms, tied directly to Jason’s well log, map, section and 3D Views, provide the ability to study relationships between well, model, stratigraphic, horizon and seismic data. Interpreters can fit functions to selected data and save these for reuse in other tools within the Jason Workbench. Probability distribution functions can be designed and then applied within the Jason Facies & Fluids Probabilities or RockMod applications. Data ranges can be defined to control the display of data within the associated views. Polygons can be used to define more complex relationships where data range approaches are not applicable. Highlighted points can be shared between the views so that interpreters can directly assess the value of the selected data within the cross plots. Information captured within polygons and ranges can be used to generate new data based on that relationship.
The Toolkit provides a set of utilities for filtering, resampling, scaling, bulk shifts, spectral decomposition and trend balancing tools and functions to well, wavelet, seismic, acoustic impedance or gather data. Trend balancing, used with seismic or property data, is designed to remove outliers in the background trend based on RMS information. Similarly, lateral filtering is intended to remove trace-to-trace variations when using impedance data derived from seismic amplitude information.
The CGG GeoSoftware platform provides an integrated framework for delivery of multi-user seamless cross product workflows across the Jason Workbench. Centralized management of projects, users, and data reduces project cycle time and ensures that you are always using the best and most current data available for your project. The GeoSoftware platform enables direct access to and sharing of all well data, lithology information and types and units information. The platform delivers industry leading data loading and management tools, project sandboxes for grouping, sub-setting and evaluating “what-if” scenarios with key project information, advanced well journaling, a unified approach to coordinate reference system management, the escalation of key well data to a “gold” team standard and utilizes shared well, top and curve groups. And it is easy to install and begin your journey into quantitative interpretation.
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