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LMKR is pleased to announce the release of GVERSE GeoGraphix 2019.4. We’ve added over sixty new features spanning the disciplines of geology, geophysics and petrophysics, so there’s something for everyone in 2019.4. Highlights include support for larger cross-sections and subsurface maps, a new electrofacies analysis tool, and automatic fault extraction in GVERSE Geophysics. But we didn’t stop there. We also added new data management tools that reduce the time needed to manage data and get you interpreting faster. With the release of GVERSE GeoGraphix 2019.4, LMKR continues to deliver powerful, integrated, easy-to-use software that meets the challenges of producing hydrocarbons in unconventional, conventional, and deep-water plays.
GVERSE GeoGraphix 2019.4 - Release Highlights
  • Added support for building much larger regional subsurface maps
  • Added support for building much larger cross sections
  • Original Oil in Place (OOIP) & Original Gas in Place (OGIP) Calculations 
  • Dipmeter Import History
  • New Layer Type Filters
  • Query formation picks using the Active or Public Strat Column 
  • Apply Statistical Operations when importing zone attributes from Spotfire
  • Import IHS297 GD Record 
  • Improved Integration between Geophysics and Geology
  • On-the-fly Depth Conversion
  • Enhanced Geobody Interpretation
  • Improved Fault Interpretation & Analysis
  • New Electrofacies Analysis
  • Enhanced Curve Data Management
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Data Management & Mapping

  • Support for building much larger cross sections
  • Support for building much larger regional subsurface contour maps.
  • Original Oil in Place (OOIP) & Original Gas in Place (OGIP) Calculations
  • Dipmeter Import History
  • New Layer Type Filters
  • View Selected Wells from QueryBuilder in GeoAtlas or WellBase
  • Query formation picks in QueryBuilder using the Active or Public Strat Column 
  • Add commas to numeric posts on WellBase layers
  • Post Deviation Survey data on WellBase Layers 
  • Rearrange Columns in WellBase Grids
  • Apply Statistical Operations when adding zone attributes from Spotfire 
  • Import IHS297 GD Record 
  • Significant Quick Filter Enhancements 
  • Support for ZoneManager import templates
  • Increased Character Lengths for zone, attribute and well names 
QueryBuilder and WellBase - Data Management & Mapping
Original Oil in Place - Data Management & Mapping
Lateral Length Posting - Data Management & Mapping
Interval Data - Data Management & Mapping

GVERSE Geophysics

  • Open geological cross-sections from geological applications as arblines in GVERSE Geophysics
  • Display & consume geobodies picked in GVERSE Geophysics in other GeoGraphix applications
  • Cursor tracking, common color palettes and other integration improvements
  • Digitize or import depth control points and incorporate in velocity models
  • Display horizons, faults & timeslices in Depth Mode of time interpretations
  • Automatically create velocity and depth grids for all horizon
  • Pick geobodies in bulk without marking seed picks
  • Use multiple volumes to define geobody criteria
  • Merge, split and edit geobodies
  • Model effect of multiples on synthetic
  • Use the advanced Backus Averaging method to upscale logs
  • Create stratal slices between two horizons
  • Create, save and reuse polygons on your maps
  • Analyze faults with stereonet plots
  • Convert faults intersections to segments automatically
  • Extract seismic along multiple wells and volumes
  • Post distances on seismic sections
  • Activate velocity surveys for multiple wells simultaneously
  • Other usability enhancements that make workflows faster and more efficient
  • Performance and stability improvements
Geobody Interpretation in GVERSE Geophysics
Working with Seismic Sections in GVERSE Geophysics
Stratal Slicing with GVERSE Geophysics

GVERSE Geomodeling

  • Survey Points in Zone Reports
  • Apply Color on Type Logs and Correlation Logs
  • View and Save Geobodies in Cross Section View
  • Geobodies in 3D View
  • Performance Improvements in Well Zone Calculations
  • Calculate Well in Zone for Multiple Zones
  • Property maps from ZoneManager attributes
  • Cursor Tracking between GVERSE Geomodeling and GVERSE Geophysics
  • Export Surface Points
  • Open GVERSE Geomodeling Cross Section as an Arbitrary Line in GVERSE Geophysics
  • Import Surface Points in ASCII XYZ Format
  • Color Palette Control for Individual Versions of Seismic Backdrop
Surface Offset lines for analyzing drilling targets.- GVERSE Geomodeling
Calculate length, percentage & engineering parameters of wellbore in multiple zones of penetration
Calculate Well in Zone with GVERSE Geomodeling
Block Diagrams in GVERSE Geomodeling

GVERSE Petrophysics

  • Run electrofacies analysis on multiple wells with upto 12 curves using k-means clustering
  • N-dimensional pair plot for cluster verification and identification
  • Dedicated electrofacies display track in presentation templates
  • Improved curve data management with ability to Import to new and existing named curve sets
  • Merge curve sets across multiple wells at the same time
  • Filter incoming curves in multi-curve LAS files by mnemonics
  • More posting options on presentation templates including ability to post chamber recovery information
  • Control display of decimal places on log templates
  • Calculate curve data statistics around formations or faults
  • Display formations and faults on logs in crossplots
  • Set UDE output curves as default curves
  • Usability improvements
Petrophysics Electrofacies - GVERSE GeoGraphix
Creating Isoline Function for Buckles Plot Long - GVERSE Petrophysics

GVERSE Field Planner

  • Export well survey points in Geographic coordinates or custom projected coordinates
  • Enhancements to SAGD workflows
  • Support for Producer and Injector wells
 
 
 
 
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