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Practical structural geology tools for Interpreters
Visit StructureSolver at the SEG Annual Meeting Booth 4029
Join us at the SEG Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas, September 15-18, booth 4029. We will be demonstrating StructureSolver 4.1 and the StructureSolver Ocean Plugin for Petrel. Discover how easily you can use our structural geology tools in your interpretation workflow to solve common seismic interpretation challenges, as well as complex structural problems, in extensional, contractional and salt-related provinces. Develop valid geological interpretations and reduce risk in the exploration and development process.
StructureSolver can help you:
New features in Version 4.1
StructureSolver 4.1 and StructureSolver Ocean Plugin for Petrel 4.1 will be released by January 2020.
StructureSolverOceanPlugin for Petrel
The StructureSolver Plugin for Petrel Versions 2015-2018 was released in January 2019. The plugin enables you to seamlessly export your seismic data and interpretation to StructureSolver and to update interpretation easily between Petrel and StructureSolver. Working within the Petrel environment, you can:
At any point, you can save your StructureSolver solution to continue your interpretation at a later time.
Please contact your StructureSolver representative for more information.
StructureSolver Lunchtime Talks.
Location: 13501 Katy Freeway, Room 1095. Houston.
Join us for our next two lunchtime talks.
September 25 11:30 a.m. Structural Modeling in StructureSolver: Part II. Peter Hargrove will review the advanced features in structural modeling, and demonstrate how to model erosion, inverted structures, linked structures and use the strain tools.
October 2 11:30 a.m. Area-depth graphs: what they can tell about fault shape, displacements and section balance. Nate Eichelberger will discuss area-depth graphs and how to use them to determine fault shape, displacements and layer-parallel strains.
Thanks for reading. Please contact us if you have any questions, or would like more information.
The StructureSolver Teamwww.structuresolver.com
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