[center]Emerson Paradigm 18 build 2018.06.28


Emerson Paradigm 18 build 2018.06.28 | 2.5 Gb

Emerson's E&P Software Solutions announced the release of Paradigm 18. This release includes new applications for advanced automation using machine learning methods, enhanced integration across the full range of Paradigm solutions, more effective collaboration with support for applications running on the Cloud, and optimization of processes and workflows that improve image and earth model accuracy.

What's new in this release - Date July 9, 2018:

New for Interpreters

Paradigm 18 uses machine learning as a data integrator and process automation tool, and introduces new solutions for the unsupervised classification of pre- and poststack seismic data. Geobody detection has been integrated into the SeisEarth interpretation suite and can be applied to the results of the seismic facies classification. A new parameter sensitivity analysis facilitates user understanding of the impact of parameter changes on several interpretation workflows.

Further enhancements have been made to the Integrated Canvas released in Paradigm 17, that consolidates the core SeisEarth interpretation windows into a single application. The Integrated Canvas is complemented with new high-resolution workflows for interval seismic attributes, Spectral Decomposition and Dip-steered enhancement attributes.

Paradigm 18 introduces a 'Stratigraphic Context' for a variety of interpretation activities. This new functionality allows the versioning of sets of database entities, associated with well selection and stratigraphic assignment within the same Epos Project. Paradigm 18 enhances the user experience of cross-discipline teamsIntegration between interpretation and modeling applications has been extended in Paradigm 18. The main interpretation windows now share a common user interface with the SKUA-GOCAD modeling solution, for more efficient work. Time-based production data loaded in Epos may now be accessed by StratEarth and SKUA-GOCAD, enabling a more comprehensive analysis of this data within the interpretation framework. StratEarth is also available in the same Window used by the BaseMap, 3D Canvas and Section windows, to improve the experience of geologists working in the Epos environment.

Paradigm Quantitative Seismic Interpretation now includes automatic parameter optimization at all well locations for seismic inversion and AVO(A) activities. CrossDescription overlays may be created and displayed in the crossDescription utility. Users can also access the crossDescription overlay from the Epos database or from Geolog.

New for Geologists and Petrophysicists

A significant upgrade to Geolog 18 is the generalization of petrophysical uncertainty, which enables most Geolog modules and Loglans to run in Monte Carlo mode. Other updates include a new customized reporting module, a Formation Testing methodology, and major updates to the geomechanics, engineering, and production modules, including a new cement evaluation functionality. Python programming support is enabled inside of Geolog Loglan.

New for Geomodelers

SKUA-GOCAD modeling workflows have been optimized to handle large numbers of wells. Additional functionality for unflattening interpretation data and seismic volumes has been added to better benefit from SKUA-GOCAD paleospace. Gridless geostatistics have been added for stratigraphically constrained property modeling on unstructured grids and meshless objects. The release upgrades its support for geomechanical workflows with hybrid grids that combine the benefits of structured and unstructured grids, in support of both flow simulation and geomechanical simulation workflows.

New for Seismic Processors and Imagers

For GeoDepth velocity model building users, tomography updates include support for large datasets in conjunction with high-resolution tomographic update grids. This leads to a substantial reduction in memory consumption and project run times, while resulting in more accurate velocity models.

2018-05-13_14-21-55The integration between GeoDepth and SKUA has been further strengthened by enhancements to GeoDepth 3D structural model-based tomography, made to support geologically-constrained velocity models that honor faults and multi-valued surfaces. Additionally, a time-preserving tomography workflow supports complex models, facilitating the minimization of mis-ties between well markers and the structural model in depth.

GeoDepth users will enjoy productivity improvements when performing velocity model updating and imaging of multi-line 2D projects, including a new 2D Kirchhoff depth migration and 2D illumination studies. A new orthorhombic workflow is now available for output from EarthStudy 360� Imager, enabling more accurate estimation of fracture orientation and stress.

New features for users of Echos seismic processing include a method for model-based ground roll modeling and attenuation, new residual statics applications, and an alternative method for 5D data reconstruction based on Radon Transform data modeling. New tools leverage modern workstations for the display, analysis, QC and manipulation of seismic survey geometry information. And new seismic file parallel I/O capabilities provide improved throughput for seismic processing and imaging workflows.

Improved Data Sharing and Connectors

Paradigm customers can now use cloud hosting to access our products, allowing remote teams to work together more efficiently. Access to Web-based Open Source and GIS data sources has been extended. A new mechanism that allows the automatic distribution of 'approved' support packs to all Windows users of our applications offers significant benefits to large deployments. This release offers very high levels of prestack seismic data compression, with no significant degradation of the seismic data signal.


About Emerson Paradigm 18. Oil and gas E&P companies, challenged by the need to handle the massive amounts of data that are now available to them, are in need of advanced technologies to help them optimize their work. Emerson Paradigm, the leading technological innovator in the industry, has included in the Paradigm 18 release solutions aimed at providing more accurate results in less time, and with less effort on the part of the user. Through automation, integration, collaboration, and product optimization, Paradigm 18 enhances your work experience and provides the solutions you need in today's rapidly-changing world.

About Emerson E&P Software. Emerson's Exploration & Production Software business, comprising Paradigm and Roxar, is the largest independent developer of software-enabled solutions to the global oil and gas industry. For over 30 years, the Paradigm mission was to help natural resources companies increase confidence in their exploration and production decisions by providing deeper insight into the subsurface. Today, with the financial strength of Emerson, the E&P software group is continuing to invest in short and long-term development projects. Locally, we now offer support in 50 locations, in all of the major energy centers around the world.

Product: Emerson Paradigm
Version: 18 build 2018.06.28
Supported Architectures: x64
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Language: english
System Requirements: PC
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 7even or newer
Size: 2.5 Gb

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