"Odegaard is highly respected in the industry," said Dalton Boutte, president, WesternGeco. "By combining their technical expertise with our high-resolution Q-Technology*, we will be able to extend the value of seismic data in reservoir characterization and production management."
As world demand for hydrocarbons grows, the need to link seismic data and reservoir properties more closely is becoming increasingly stronger. The combination of surface seismic data with key Schlumberger petrophysical and electromagnetic measurement technologies, and their integration with workflow processes, will lead to reduced reservoir uncertainties particularly in the smaller and more complex reservoir targets of the future. Odegaard inversion expertise will form a key part of this integration.
"This is a significant step for our employees and our customers," said Kim Gunn Maver, managing director, Odegaard. "As part of the WesternGeco Reservoir Seismic Services group, our geoscientists can leverage the industry's leading seismic technology as well as substantial R&D resources to further develop advanced reservoir solutions."
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