Paradigm to Demonstrate High-Definition Workflows for Reservoir Characterization, Modeling and Engineering at SPE ATCE
(HOUSTON: September 21, 2015) Paradigm® (www.pdgm.com) will showcase its Paradigm® 15 Release at the 2015 Society of Petroleum Engineers Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition in Houston, September 28-30. Conference attendees are invited to join Paradigm at booth #4033, where the company will present its SKUA-GOCAD™ interpretation-to-modeling platform, Geolog® formation evaluation system, and Interpret™ well test interpretation solution.
In addition, Paradigm subject matter experts will be on hand to provide individual demonstrations of the latest version of Interpret, which provides deeper insights into the reservoir through a new implementation of pressure transient deconvolution.
“Paradigm is continually enhancing its products to help our customers analyze and integrate all of their data, in order to better understand and manage their reservoirs”, said Emmanuel Gringarten, director of Product Management. “We look forward to showing visitors to our booth at SPE just how the latest versions of our reservoir characterization, modeling and engineering solutions can help them enhance efficiency, reduce costs, and control risks.”
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