(Last Updated On: December 9, 2017)
KAPPA is a leading provider of software for analysis of dynamic data, as well as services in the field of training and consulting. Data for analysis can be of any scale: applicable in HDIS (high resolution and recording frequency), in production analysis (low resolution and recording frequency), for adaptation of the field model, description of the well along the profile, using both the PIP interpretation and the data of the formation test.
Ecrin (which in French means "jewelery box") is a software environment in which all the analytical modules CARRA work. With just one running program, you can ensure the complete interconnection between the modules and allow them to share common technical objects such as PVTs, models and data. If, for example, there is a PVT object in the Saphir module, it can be dragged through the browser into the Topaze module. Thus, the data is entered only once. You can even perform such operations as transferring a whole document Saphir to a new document Topaze, thereby obtaining one click on information, pressures, rates and model.
- Diamant - data processing of stationary depth gauges;
- Saphir - analysis of hydrodynamic well data;
- Topaze - analysis and production forecast;
- Rubis is a three-dimensional three-phase oil reservoir simulation program;
- Citrine - analysis of well cluster location;
- Emeraude is a program for analyzing and interpreting well logging results.
Field logging, or PLs, is conducted in production or injection wells to assess well performance and / or reservoir performance. In other words, in the case of a production well, we need to determine the composition and quantity of inflow from each formation, while developing simultaneously. A bunch of instruments for research can be simple enough. Standard surveys are conducted in vertical and inclined wells, where the total flow is measured (assume that the device is centered) using the readings of a calibrated flowmeter. Next, the composition of the inflow from the measurements of other instruments (usually the density, pressure and temperature measurements) and the Emeraude flux correlations is determined. The rapid spread of horizontal wells in recent years has led to the development of appropriate integrated PGI equipment. The main difficulty lies in the layered structure of the flow, which is accounted for by several measuring sensors distributed around and across the cross-sectional area. Emeraude does not lag behind these developments and offers a choice of calculation scheme and visualization functionality for interpreting the data of multi-probe instruments.
Production logs, or PLs, are run on production or injection wells, with the goal of evaluating the well-being and / or the reservoir performance. Put simply, for producing wells, we need to determine what fluid is coming from, and how much. The PL string may be a relatively simple, conventional configuration, based on the assumption that the tool is centralized in the flow, the bulk flowrate using a calibrated spinner and then discriminates the fluid type (s) using a emeryude. With the proliferation of horizontal wells in recent years the PL strings have, by necessity, become increasingly complex. The challenge is to handle segregated flow by various distributed measurements around and across the pipe. Emeraude has kept pace with these developments and offers a choice of calculation schemes and visualization options to cope with these multiple array tools from any vendor.
KAPPA Emeraude v2.42.10 Portable
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