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Geoteric launches seismic interpretation products

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Geoteric has announced the launch of two new seismic interpretation products, powered by artificial intelligence (AI): Collaborative AI and Geoteric Stratum™.

Collaborative AI complements the existing Geoteric workflows. It enhances traditional interpretation, and efficiently extracts faults from seismic data at the click of a button – no requirement for network training. By moving from line by line manual analysis to Collaborative AI, the interpretation is augmented with artificial intelligence, which enables faster and more accurate results.

Geoteric Stratum is a new cloud-based AI software that delivers simple usability and even greater detail for fault identification, reservoir compartmentalisation, and well trajectory planning. By adding an extra dimension of analysis, Geoteric Stratum achieves outstanding results with an intuitive workflow and provides critical information that will inform exploration and development decisions.

“Our AI interpretation solutions allow users to achieve the industry-leading results they expect from Geoteric. We have combined over 30 years of geological experience with an in-depth knowledge of AI to create customised networks that generate high fidelity results,” said Nicola Blanshard, CEO of Geoteric.

“This leading-edge AI technology has been offered exclusively through consultancy projects during the past 12 months. The feedback we have received has been very positive; clearly, this technology provides our clients with substantial new insights into their assets.”

Blanshard added: “I’m incredibly proud of our team’s passion, drive and commitment, which has resulted in the delivery of our ground-breaking new AI seismic interpretation products.”

Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/exploration/07092020/geoteric-launches-seismic-interpretation-products/

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