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Emerson expands reservoir modelling software

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Emerson has launched Roxar™ RMS 11.1, the latest version of its reservoir modelling software. This version provides a range of technologies for building and visualising high-quality reservoir models.

Emerson expands reservoir modelling software

The job and workflow concepts in RMS 11.1 make it easy to set up, run and assess fully automated workflows in a wide variety of configurations. Flexible and intuitive visualisation capabilities significantly enhance RMS as a solution spanning geological interpretation and structural modelling, through reservoir modelling, all the way to reservoir engineering.

New technologies enable the user to build high-quality models. These include high-performance solutions for modelling channelised reservoirs, defining regions in a unified and consistent manner, and automating structural modelling in highly faulted reservoirs. RMS also offers support for the preparation of dynamic data for flow simulation, particularly when addressing branched multilateral wells and advanced completions. Additionally, the Roxar API and plug-in framework allows for customisation and speedy innovation.

“Our users’ preferences were a major consideration when developing this release,” said Somesh Singh, chief product officer of exploration and production software, Emerson Automation Solutions. “The result is an expansion of our advanced toolsets, aimed at streamlining interpretation and modelling workflows. This comprehensive and integrated reservoir characterisation solution continues to evolve to meet market needs, including further optimisation of the automation capabilities offered by RMS and Big Loop™, our unique collaborative ecosystem.”

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