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August 13th, 2011
AssetView 3D Oilfield Visualization Software

The ability to collaborate concurrently and dynamically significantly improves productivity, shortens cycle times, and improves the quality of the team’s interpretation and the final outcome. For example, working in AssetView technology, the geophysicist on the asset team may take the lithology and fluid predictions from 3D pre-stack seismic, synthetic and well data and combine them with structural interpretations from PowerView® software to develop the structural framework and reservoir models. Using this earth model data, the geoscientists and drilling engineers on the team can then define targets and well plans. Once drilling begins, all members of the asset team may use the real-time data from the rig to monitor drilling operations, compare actual well versus plan, and collect LWD (logging-while-drilling) information in AssetView software. Read More