View Email as a Web Page

Velocity-based Pore Pressure Prediction
Valuable insight into pressure regimes for better well planning

To better understand and mitigate drilling risk, a Pore Pressure Prediction for velocity modeling workflow employs either the Eaton and Eaton-Bowers method to compute entire volumes of pore pressure from velocity volumes.

Using seismic velocities and well data, VelPro helps you compute entire volumes of:

  • Pore pressure
  • Fracture Gradient
  • Overburden Gradient
  • Vertical Effective Stress
  • Density 

Reserves estimation relies on an accurate estimate of the depth to target. A calibrated velocity model that reliably converts seismic time-based information to subsurface depth is a valuable instrument in reducing project risk. This workflow will show, from end-to-end, input data until generation of converted domain which allowed to precisely match the well information with the seismic interpretation.  


Date: Tues, Sept. 24, 2019
3:00 PM CEST*
*Central European Standard Time
Broadcasts from The Netherlands

45 minutes 
Who Should Attend

Geoscientists interested in velocity modeling and pore pressure prediction technology and how to apply these increasingly critical techniques

Hilda Parra,
Modeling & Interpretation,
Technical Advisor
CGG GeoSoftware 

First Name  
Last Name  
Job Title  
Business Email  
Phone Number  
About CGG GeoSoftware
CGG GeoSoftware provides the industry's preferred comprehensive set of software products and support for E&P multi-disciplinary teamwork. High-end, cross-product workflows enable a better understanding of reservoir properties and how they evolve through the life of the field. GeoSoftware helps reduce reservoir risk and uncertainty in seismic reservoir characterization, velocity modeling, advanced interpretation, petrophysics, rock physics, AVO, reservoir engineering and geological modeling. The GeoSoftware portfolio includes HampsonRussell, Jason, InsightEarth, PowerLog, EarthModel FT and VelPro.

Manage email preferences here