RokDoc Attrimod:
MULTI-SCENARIO, MULTI-ATTRIBUTE FORWARD MODELLING WORKFLOWS FOR EFFICIENT AMPLITUDE SCREENING

This talk will be presented by Dr. Alan Mur with support from our regional team to address your unique needs and challenges.

  • Thursday, July 22nd, 1pm MYT (Kuala Lumpur/Perth)

What we'll discuss:

Attrimod is a multi-2D seismic forward modelling tool extension to the RokDoc Rock Physics modelling package. Attrimod offers advanced multi-2D scenario modelling within the established RokDoc stratigraphic 2D modelling toolkit. The construction of hundreds of geological scenarios based on different layer configurations, rock properties and well data is automated, and workflows can be applied to modify the models based on rock physics concepts. Once models are constructed, attributes can be derived across all models simultaneously. 

Calculated attributes can be utilized as a database to maximise understanding of rock property variations in field appraisal, identify and characterize areas within the seismic data that match certain geological scenarios, and establish seismic interpretation guidelines for optimal, unbiased horizon interpretation.

The presentation will feature an overview of the functionality, and a live demo featuring workflows and applications in carbonate and siliciclastic reservoirs. 

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Meet the Presenter:

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Dr. Alan Mur - Product Manager, QI Applications

Alan has over a decade of experience in geology, rock physics and geophysics, and joined Ikon Science in 2014 as product geoscientist and a member of the quantitative interpretation team. Alan has worked and published on projects across the globe in on- and offshore, conventional and unconventional environments. 

. Alan has a B.S. in Geology and English writing from the University of Pittsburgh and a PhD in Geology with specialization in Geophysics from the University of Pittsburgh.

 

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