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geoSCOUT Version 8.14 – New Features Highlights

Introducing enhancements and new features that expand the analytical and petrophysical capabilities of modules. New data sets have also been added.

Check out these new geoSCOUT features in Version 8.14:

  • What is new:

    Condensate Ratios – A value-added dataset derived from gas analysis tests, is now available in the Fluid Analysis module. These new gas composition ratios (including a condensate-gas ratio) offer insight into the presence and percentage of NGLs within the gas stream.

    How it benefits the user – Users can easily calculate the relative wetness of the gas production to aid in weighting the economic value of an asset, assessing the design of processing facilities, understanding and modeling the characteristics of a reservoir, and more.

  • What is new:

    Phi H and Average Porosity Calculations – The ability to perform batch Phi H and batch average porosity calculations.

    How it benefits the user – Users can remain in geoSCOUT and easily calculate Phi H and average porosity for an entire suite of wells with a single click; they can then use the values with geoSCOUT’s powerful mapping capabilities to better understand and evaluate reservoir properties.

  • What is new:

    Surface Location Information in Data Analytics -The ability to group wells into pads by their surface location within geoSCOUT’s Data Analytics tool.

    How it benefits the user – Users can compare pad-to-pad performance and identify well pad design and drilling trends. They can also easily leverage well pad groupings to create a map or derive insights using the built-in Charting and Crossplotting capabilities.

  • What is new:

    Drilling Time Normalization – An option has been added to the drilling chart in the Drilling Analysis module to display normalized drill time; this removes the inactive time (days on which no drilling activity was reported) from the chart.

    How it benefits the user – Users can easily and accurately compare the relative active drill times of multiple wells when evaluating drilling performance.

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