SEAM models and data sets represent the cutting edge in simulated geophysical data, drawing from a consortium of industry leaders and representing a range of geographies.
A significant extension of the Pressure Prediction project funded by the U.S. Department of Energy through NETL, Time Lapse Pilot models 4D changes in pore pressure during a plausible production scenario.
Five earth models were generated in SEAM Phase I to simulate a realistic earth model of a salt canopy region of the Gulf of Mexico complete with fine-scale stratigraphy that includes oil and gas reservoirs.
A series of mostly 2D data sets from the SEAM Phase I and Time Lapse Pilot projects, available free of charge to the public to advance research and innovation in geophysics.
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