Field monitoring has 4d simulation assistance

Oil and gas extraction is an extremely complex activity that depends on major technological investments and machinery to prevent waste of time and resources. Oil exploration companies have increasingly invested in the monitoring and characterization of reservoirs in order to reduce uncertainty in the process, especially at the beginning of the operation of Wells.

In the last 30 years, Brazilian drilling camps have received great technological advances in monitoring, ranging from previous tests, mathematical analysis, to the use of state-of-the-art software (data in clouds), so that there is success in the operation. And for better monitoring of the fields was implemented the modeling and simulation stages in the exploration of new wells.

To seek a prediction of the behaviour of oil and gas reservoirs, exploration companies have used the simulation tool by mathematical modeling. Queiroz Galvão, for example, is one of the great investors in cutting-edge technology and uses 3d simulation technology to study and evaluate the performance of a reservoir over time under the most varied scenarios and situations.

Through 3d simulation It is possible to obtain data of geology, geophysics, properties of rock and fluid, location of wells, methods of lifting and operating conditions of production facilities. With more detailed information, it is possible that there is a better monitored production. The company keeps up to date on new exploration and search technologies for the use of seismic (4d) to show the best way and exploitation of the ' black Gold '.

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