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Fugro-Jason Launches Workbench 8.2 for Windows

Fugro-Jason has launched Jason Geoscience Workbench (JGW) 8.2, the latest version of its flagship product. For the first time, all Fugro-Jason products will be available for all current Microsoft Windows operating environments. JGW 8.2 integrates geological, geophysical, petrophysical and rock physics information into a single consistent model of the earth.

“JGW 8.2 represents a strategic technology move on our part to expand the platform options for our clients,” said Brad Woods, General Manager of Application Engineering, Fugro-Jason.

“Our development team leveraged the leading-edge tools available in the Microsoft platform to deliver a high-performance alternative to our well-regarded Linux version. In addition, clients can now use all Fugro-Jason products in a single Windows-based operating environment if they so choose.”

March 31, 2010 at 5:13 am Leave a comment

Fugro-Jason Releases Latest Geologic Modeling Software

Fugro-Jason announced EarthModel FT 4.1, the latest version of its geologic modeling software, which completed the transition its acquired FastTracker technology into the Jason Geoscience Workbench family of products. EarthModel FT 4.1 is built upon the UpdateAbilityTM and TrackAbilityTM capabilities that allow geomodelers to update their subsurface models quickly to keep pace with the changing understanding provided by new wells, production information, etc. Fugro-Jason is a leader in reservoir characterization technology for the oil and gas industry.

“Fugro-Jason acquired Volumetrix and their product Volumetrix FastTracker in 2003, and the stratigraphic grid building and deterministic model building capabilities were incorporated into the Jason Geoscience Workbench (JGW) as EarthModel FT for Low Frequency Modeling,” said Joe Jacquot, Strategic Marketing Manager for Fugro-Jason. “Now the stochastic modeling and upscaling capabilities are being released within the JGW environment as additional modules in the EarthModel FT 4.1 release. The entire geologic modeling product line is now called EarthModel FT Geologic Modeling Software.”

“Fugro-Jason is a leader in seismic-to-simulation technology,” said Eric Adams, Fugro-Jason Managing Director. “The stochastic modeling and upscaling capabilities added to EarthModel FT 4.1 streamline the link from Petrophysics – Rock Physics to Rock Properties from Seismic into dynamic reservoir simulation models, increasing our customers’ ability to build accurate reservoir models that yield accurate production forecasts.”

EarthModel FT 4.1 Geologic Modeling Software will be available as a standalone system beginning March 8, 2010, and as additional modules in the Jason Geoscience Workbench in the third quarter of 2010.

February 24, 2010 at 10:51 pm Leave a comment

Fugro-Jason Debuts PowerLog 3.1 Petrophysics Software

Fugro-Jason has released PowerLog® 3.1, the latest version of its Windows®-based petrophysical interpretation software for log data editing, conditioning, analysis and presentation, adding two new interactive modules.

            The LSSA module provides a graphical view of isotropic and anisotropic thinly laminated sand-shale sequences. Built for use with Baker’s 3DEX™ multi-component induction tool, LSSA partitions formations into sand and shale beds using the Thomas-Stieber model. Using Vsh, porosity and resistivity plots with overlays, petrophysicists can graphically adjust interpretation parameters for easy visual feedback and QC of analysis results.

            Borehole image logs, whether electrical or acoustic, tell a lot about formation bedding planes, fractures and borehole breakouts. With the new Borehole Image Dip Picker, petrophysicists can easily and interactively pick, save, recall, edit and share dips from borehole image logs.

            “These two new additions to PowerLog help petrophysicists further maximize the use of log data and the quality of analysis produced with them,” said Joe Jacquot, Strategic Marketing Manager, Fugro-Jason. “PowerLog 3 is on a new development platform that will allow us to rapidly introduce new functionality, with new releases every six to nine months.”

            PowerLog 3.1 will be available beginning Nov. 8, 2009.

October 14, 2009 at 2:09 am Leave a comment

Fugro-Jason Updates Jason Geoscience Workbench

Fugro-Jason has announced the commercial release of JGW 8.1, the latest version of its flagship product Jason Geoscience Workbench. This version includes new AVO Attribute/Analysis and Full Waveform Synthetics applications. JGW integrates geological, geophysical, petrophysical and rock physics information into a single, consistent model of the earth. The new JGW 8.1 release also has a variety of enhancements to existing applications, including a new Spectral Decomposition module, improvements to the deterministic inversion and wavelet estimation algorithms, and numerous usability enhancements.

            “With these new tools and enhancements, our customers will be able to do a better job of integrating traditional seismic AVO analysis and JGW seismic inversion,” said Joe Jacquot, Marketing Manager for Fugro-Jason. “This is the third release in a row to be released on schedule and driven by user requests, demonstrating our deep commitment to customers.”

AVO Attribute/Analysis

The new AVO Attribute/Analysis module will allow extraction of seismic AVA or AVO attributes from pre- or partial-stack seismic data. The options include:

•Shuey 2-term (intercept and gradient);

•Shuey 3-term (intercept, gradient and far-offset);

•Smith and Gidlow (Vp and Vs contrasts);

•Fatti, et al. (Zp and Zs contrasts); and

•Gray, et al. (λ, μ and ρ contrasts).

Full Waveform Synthetics

This add-on application to the Well Log Editor provides full waveform synthetics. Pre- and post-stack NMO synthetics with and without multiples can now be calculated. Using well control, this module allows users to analyze which seismic events are primaries and which ones are not, whereas in convolutional modeling all responses are presumed to be primaries.

August 24, 2009 at 9:21 pm Leave a comment

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