Well spacing, with a confident, high level of accuracy, is now achievable in the Petro.ai platform. Type curves have been rethought and reapplied within the geomechanical context of unconventional pad development. Type curves used as a baseline combined with the contextual shale understanding of the Frac Hit and Pad Designer apps are an answer O&G has been waiting for.
We recently expanded Petro.ai Earth to include a 2D map view as well as the 3D subsurface view. Users can now browse data in 2D or 3D and quickly flip between the two. This allows for an immersive experience not only for browsing data but also for exploring well to well and well to reservoir interactions.
Charles Connell, VP Product at Petro.ai, walks through new features including pad scenario labels and streamlined toolbar in Petro.ai Earth as well as quick at-a-glance updates to the pad scenario designer.
Like Thor’s Belt girdling the North American continent, the oil and gas rich shale basins wait to magnify their already legendary power. How to leverage the costly and challenging rock? Technology. The Fourth Revolution is already on the move in Petro.ai, using machine learning to create predictive modeling and accurate ROI projections for all the basins awaiting the fracking hammer.
What are the specific use cases for the Pad Designer? Where does the Pad Designer fill in the gaps of your bounded development? Troy Ruths, CEO of Petro.ai, explains, “Type curves are a useful tool for understanding development of unbounded parent wells and are highly accurate. Where they fall short is with bounded development.
New Features: 2D Minimap in Petro.ai Earth and Productivity Model Diagnostics in the Pad Scenario Designer