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Paradigm Geolog 7 2011.1

Paradigm Geolog 7 2011.1: A Powerful Tool for Reservoir Characterization and Modeling

Paradigm Geolog 7 2011.1 is a software developed by Paradigm that specializes in handling the work of a geologist. The software allows independent data processing and, most importantly, ensures safe operations. The integrated simulation scheme can help evaluate post-production formations. In addition, there is a new full-function geomechanics module that offers a comprehensive set of calculations and interactive tools to assess the mechanical conditions around the borehole, resulting in a better understanding of the reservoir. New reservoir characterization plots allow estimation of reservoir flow properties from log data. The pore pressure prediction function of Geolog is now available in a single integrated workflow, to improve efficiency.

Paradigm Geolog 7 2011.1

For almost thirty years, Geolog has been the solution of choice for petrophysicists and geologists who perform good log data analysis, petrophysical analysis, and formation evaluation. Geolog 2011.1 extends the approach of Paradigm Geolog and creates a new family of tools that deliver geophysical data integration, geology, and evaluation tools for the geoscientist. Version 6.8 added wellbore integrity and production logging logging. A new version, Geolog Tools, version 6.9, adds new configuration tools, enhancements to the integrated scaling application, a menu function that lists common workflows and utilities as drop down menus, and new workflow and parameters.

In this article, we will review some of the key features and benefits of Paradigm Geolog 7 2011.1 and how it can help you with your geology projects.

One of the features of Paradigm Geolog 7 2011.1 is the enhanced laboratory petrophysical analysis in time-series-logs. This feature allows you to perform quality control, calibration, and interpretation of laboratory measurements on core samples and plugs. You can also compare laboratory results with log data and generate synthetic logs from core data. This feature helps you to improve the accuracy and reliability of your petrophysical analysis and reservoir characterization.

Another feature of Paradigm Geolog 7 2011.1 is the integrated scaling application (ISA) support for the integrated product from public and private vendors. This feature enables you to use ISA to scale log data from different sources and vendors, such as Schlumberger, Halliburton, Baker Hughes, Weatherford, and others. You can also use ISA to scale core data, seismic data, and production data. This feature helps you to integrate and harmonize your data and reduce uncertainties in your reservoir models.

A third feature of Paradigm Geolog 7 2011.1 is the enhanced 3D petrophysics for the geoscientist. This feature allows you to perform 3D petrophysical modeling and analysis on your reservoirs using a variety of methods and techniques, such as deterministic, probabilistic, neural network, fuzzy logic, and multi-mineral models. You can also use 3D petrophysics to generate 3D property maps and volumes, such as porosity, permeability, water saturation, net pay, and net-to-gross ratio. This feature helps you to visualize and understand your reservoirs in three dimensions and optimize your development plans.

A fourth feature of Paradigm Geolog 7 2011.1 is the new integrated wellbore logging analysis. This feature allows you to perform comprehensive wellbore logging analysis using a variety of tools and methods, such as dipmeter, image log, borehole seismic, acoustic, nuclear magnetic resonance, and production logging. You can also use integrated wellbore logging analysis to evaluate wellbore integrity, fracture identification, fluid typing, and flow profiling. This feature helps you to enhance your wellbore evaluation and reservoir monitoring.

A fifth feature of Paradigm Geolog 7 2011.1 is the enhanced scoping and bank engineering algorithms. This feature allows you to perform scoping and bank engineering calculations on your reservoirs using a range of algorithms and models, such as Archie, Simandoux, Waxman-Smits, Indonesian, Dual Water, and others. You can also use scoping and bank engineering algorithms to estimate reserves, recovery factors, net present value, and economic indicators. This feature helps you to perform quick and reliable reservoir assessments and feasibility studies. d282676c82


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