DecisionSpace Automated Fault Interpretation technology helps improve efficiency through the automation of workflows and handling of large, multidimensional datasets for reduction of interpretation cycle times and increase in accuracy which can help companies positively impact economics.
Asset teams further benefit from:
- Geoscientists spending more time studying geological implications of data
- Reduced uncertainty through decreased interpretation time
- Assistance in identification of drilling hazards through fault-sensitive capabilities that can help reveal previously undetected faults
Key Technology Features:
- Automated fault tracking volume
DecisionSpace Automated Fault Interpretation uses new fault attributes for automatically tracking and addressing faults within a volume.
Fault data analysis
Fault Data Analysis is a tool to use for analyzing and filtering the huge numbers of faults created by Volume Fault Interpretation. Users can interactively save faults to OpenWorks, create fault lists, plot histograms, and sort faults.
Semi-automated fault tracking on volume
This enables customers to combine their manual picks with the Automated Fault Interpretation attributes in a semi-automated workflow. Users can efficiently modify and improve the results of the fully automated workflow.
Fault editing toolbox
The Fault Editing Toolbox provides geoscientist with the ability to manage the enormous number of faults created by this product. Users can trim, delete, merge, and re-rib faults.
Fault snap is a semi-automated fault segment picking tool that snaps segments to the fault. This patented technology is owned by Halliburton and provides a unique and accurate way of correcting or snapping segments to raw seismic data.