Webinar Pluri-Gaussian Simulation

June 28, 4 pm CEST – Ephesia presented its outstanding facies simulator for Petrel and Aspen SKUA

Pluri-Gaussian Simulation

Pluri-Gaussian gives you as a geologist the possibility to connect a vast amount of well data / seismic data with different reservoir concepts.
– E&P Geologist, Austria

A must have in every geomodeller’s toolbox

  • PGS is fully integrated in Schlumberger’s Petrel and Aspen SKUA softwares.
  • PGS saves time as Lithotype Rules – truncation diagrams – are easy to setup, store and reuse.
  • PGS generates the most accurate results while reducing uncertainty.
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PluriGaussian Simulation method permits to establish the relationship between facies, which is crucial in the representation of geological models.
– M.Leon, Geologist, E&P, Repsol

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Explore PGS

Slide 1
Simulate a wide range of structure types

PGS is able to simulate a variety of geological objects such as channels, reefs, bars, dikes and structures with different shapes and orientations.

Slide 2
Save time

As PGS Lithotype Rules (or Truncation Diagrams) are easy to setup, store and reuse, decision making is improved.

Slide 3
Obtain the most accurate results and reduce uncertainty

Advanced Plurigaussian algorithms reduce uncertainty when making decisions and improves the decision-making process, which results in shorter exploration cycles and substantial cost savings for operators.

Slide 4
Directly and explicitly govern the geological model

Use truncation diagrams, proportions trends, and the variogram's shape, orientation and range (either stationary or non-stationary) to honor your geological model.

Slide 5

"In SIS every facies is in contact with all others; In TGS a sequential order is imposed. PGS is a compromise between these 2 extreme cases."

– P. Biver, Geostatistics and Uncertainties Expert, TotalEnergies

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