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5 Things to Keep in Mind When Doing a Seismic Inversion

Written by
Lisa Casteleyn

Seismic inversion has been a method for geologists and geophysicists in reservoir characterization for the last few decades. The methodology takes all the information available about a reservoir such as well information, field analogues, trends...

A CIOs Guide to the Cloud Universe

Written by
Asbjørn Tonstad

With the shift to and the increasing proliferation of cloud computing, developing a cloud strategy becomes crucial for any organization wishing to leverage the opportunities inherent in digitalization.

How Many Facies Can You Predict from Seismic Data?

Written by
Bruce Chalmers

Extended Elastic Impedance (EEI) and One Dimensional Stochastic Inversion (ODiSI) help geoscientists predict facies from seismic data with significantly reduced uncertainty in the seismic inversion process.

Why Asset and Plant Security is More Important Than Ever

Written by
Henrik Skandsen

In a time with a focus on increased productivity and reduced cost, more and more industrial and critical infrastructure are being exposed. IT and OT become increasingly interconnected, exposing critical infrastructure for new security threats and...

Streamlining 4D Operations with Cutting-Edge Tools

Written by
Gaston Bejarano

How Cegal helped a multinational energy company integrate dispersed solutions for 4D seismic within a single module.

Access to G&G Applications from Anywhere with GeoCloud

Written by
Alexander Tharaldsen

Leveraging the power of cloud computing and Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS), Cegal’s GeoCloud promises to simplify work processes and increases productivity for G&G application users.

Cegal Aid Wintershall Dea in Nova Field Production

Written by
Bruce Chalmers

Wintershall Dea, one of Norway’s largest oil and gas producers, turned to Cegal to improve their understanding of the subsurface geology in the Nova field. 

Improving Facies Interpretation with Data Analysis and Classification Techniques

Written by
Bruce Chalmers

Facies interpretation is an essential part of reservoir modeling. New software technology and enhanced data analysis promises to improve traditional interpretation methods.

Seismic Inversion in BP: Interview with Sara Grant

Written by
Mark O'Brien

BP holds a long-standing position as one of the most innovative companies within the oil and gas sector and is at the forefront of adopting new technology within the industry. In this article, BP geophysicist Sara Grant explains their most recent...

One Dimensional Stochastic Inversion (ODiSI) for Improved Lithology Prediction

Written by
Lisa Casteleyn

How a One Dimensional Stochastic Inversion (ODiSI) was performed on a central North Sea field to quantify the extent of high-quality sand successfully.

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