Emerson Roxar RMS 2013.1 reservoir modelling software
Emerson Process Management has launched the latest version of its reservoir modelling software, Roxar RMS. RMS 2013.1 comes with enhanced structural modelling tools that acknowledge realistic uncertainties in the data and improve volumetric sensitivities.
It is quick and easy for modellers to build geological scenarios, investigate the full effects of structural uncertainty and maximise the value of their reservoir assets. The software sees fault uncertainty tools integrated with structural modelling and 3D gridding, enabling users to build fault uncertainty models and investigate a variety of scenarios corresponding to the uncertainty in the input data.
Horizon uncertainty modelling is enhanced, allowing users to create horizons and zones based on uncertainty data and information derived from well picks, velocities, seismic travel times and isochores. Uncertainty modelling has also been extended, with parameters added such as the modelling of fault sealing effects and fractures.
The accuracy of the models can be improved with the tool for adjusting the 3D grid to well picks, and isochore modelling tools that provide users with quality control over isochore input data. Improvements have been made to the product’s Model-Driven Interpretation (MDI) and velocity modelling through tools for QC-ing the velocity model, providing input for horizon uncertainty modelling and for well ties.
Efficiency and performance are improved through multithreading, an SEG-Y importing functionality and RMS Data Explorer that allows users to manipulate large amounts of data with advances in well administration and fault grouping/sorting. The product also comes with a predictive analytics tool for identifying sweet spots within unconventional fields.
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