Fusion offers a full suite of
seismic analysis techniques to our
customers. The goal of seismic
analysis is to extract additional
information from seismic data beyond
the conventional approaches to
structural mapping and stratigraphic
interpretation. Seismic analysis
provides powerful additional
information that can be used to
lower your risk in exploration, and
to quantify your reserves in
production. Fusion's seismic
analysis offerings include:
The use of artificial intelligence algorithms to solve geophysical problems is an exciting recent development in the field. Neural network inversion (NNI) uses the information from multiple wells and seismic data to train the Neural Network to predict properties away from the well control. Fusion offers a range of NNI methods using resistivity and acoustic methods, and we apply these methods to some of the industry´s most difficult problems.
Fusion has developed a proprietary technique for performing fluid properties inversion. This process has been trademarked under the name FluidPRO™. Fusion offers this technique as a service to our clients who are interested in understanding the variations in fluid properties in their reservoir as a means to better predict reservoir performance and to plan for field development. FluidPRO™ requires two primary inputs including (1) seismic attributes extracted on the horizon or interval of interest and (2) rock physics calibration from wells in the area. The details of these data requirements are available upon request from Fusion. The FluidPRO™ process provides several outputs including (1) maps of the estimated fluid properties for a given horizon or interval, (2) a map of the cumulative probability distribution function for that horizon or interval, (3) quality control maps for each estimated fluid property map, (4) digital data for each of the products above, and (5) a final report with analysis and interpretation. For additional details on data requirements, pricing and deliverables, please contact Fusion and we will be happy to provide a detailed seminar on this exciting new product.
Fusion Petroleum Technologies Inc. has developed a revolutionary broadband spectral inversion technique that produces ultra-high-resolution seismic data that enhances mapping and further analysis. This new technique, called ThinMAN™, removes the deleterious effects of the seismic wavelet that cause degraded resolution. ThinMAN™ can be performed without well calibration, and requires no a priori model, no interpreted horizons, and no assumed reflectivity spectra. ThinMAN™ is now being offered exclusively by Fusion and can be used in a broad range of applications. For a quote on the application of ThinMAN™ to your exploration and production problems, please call us at our offices shown below.
Fusion Petroleum Technologies Inc. has developed an advanced statistical attribute inversion technology that provides robust statistical attribute analysis in complex geologic settings that can be used to dramatically improve the results of reservoir characterization and prediction studies. The method, called LithPRO™ is designed to handle a wide range of attributes including spectral attributes generated from Fusion's proprietary InSpect™ spectral decomposition algorithm. LithPRO™ allows the user to apply intelligent design concepts to the use seismic attributes to dramatically enhance reservoir characterization studies.
Fusion has considerable experience in attribute analysis and geostatistics. We use attributes from the seismic data along with well control to map the physical properties measured from the well over the area covered by the seismic data. The first step is to identify which seismic attributes, individually or in combination, provide the optimal correlation with the rock properties. We have successfully applied this technology in exploration and field development scenarios. Most seismic attributes are, however, bulk averages over as much as several hundred feet of rock, and the predicted maps are also restricted by this resolution limit. We can offer geostatistical predictions with significantly higher vertical resolution by including a layered template built from well logs or external geological models into the analysis. This approach produces a 3D volume of the target reservoir that can be used for detailed reservoir characterization.
Deepwater environments are known for their shallow hazards. Fusion scientists have been in the forefront of recent developments in the field of shallow hazard analysis and particularly in the prediction of shallow water flows (SWF). Fusion applies this experience to perform shallow hazard analysis using our proprietary methods in geopressure prediction, seismic attribute analysis and advanced velocity and tomography analysis. These methods provide robust interpretation for the challenges that our clients face in drilling their most important deepwater prospects, and assure that these very costly exploration wells can be drilled and completed within budget and without major incidents in the shallow section.