- Seismic Net Pay provides a simple robust algorithm1 to estimate net pay from band limited impedance data (RAI) obtained from coloured inversion
- Applicable for thin and not so thin reservoirs
- At critical interaction points the geoscientist is guided by the software
- Provides significant improvement over the reflectivity based techniques2
- Has a proven track record of delivering results over many years
- Allows geoscientist to analyse the different sources of uncertainty thus leading to improvements in the final result
- Outputs uncertainty maps to constrain reservoir modelling which helps to ensure that models are consistent
- Standard outputs in map form include: net pay, seismic net-to-gross (time), seismic net-to-gross (depth) plus QC
- Uncertainty outputs in map form include: calibration uncertainty and total uncertainty.
- Connolly1, P.A., 2005, Net pay estimation from seismic attributes, EAGE Extended Abstracts
- Connolly2, P.A, October 2007, A simple, robust algorithm for seismic net pay estimation, The Leading Edge
- Simm,R, 2009, Simple net pay estimation from seismic: a modelling study, First Break Volume 27.