QC Tools

Using published structural geology rules, Ava Structure carries out multiple quality control operations directly on seismic interpretation data, providing a basis for interpretation confidence.

Horizons

Horizon Operations:

  • Raw interpretation check
  • Horizon interpretation busts
  • Tramline identification
  • Horizon-fault intersection QC
  • Data stability QC

Faults

Fault Operations:

  • Anomalous dip
  • Trend outlier identification
  • Fault stick spacing
  • 3D fault connectivity

Combined

Combined Tools:

  • Throw profile QC
  • Regression analysis
  • Anomalous throw?
  • Enough data points?
  • Fault too short / long?
  • Intersecting fault?

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Linked cursor tracking from Ava Structure to Petrel* E&P software platform windows allows problematic areas to be rapidly identified and addressed, optimising your interpretations for structure modelling workflows.

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Structural Modelling

Ava Structure’s unique throw extraction methodology generates throw profiles for each interpreted fault, used to estimate probabilistic fault tip extensions, objectively defining P10, P50 and P90 fault extension and connection cases.

Horizons

Objectively Define Tip Extensions

Faults

Quantify Compartmentalisation Uncertainty

Combined

Generate Alternative Structural Models

Stochastic realisations can be exported to Petrel and can be fed directly into structural modelling workflows, automating the grid building process and allowing compartmentalisation uncertainty to be routinely integrated into the reservoir modelling workflow.

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Ava Structure performs analyses and generates outputs which are designed to be compatible with structural framework modelling and gridding processes in the Petrel platform.

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