EPOffice EPS+


Hi-Resolution Seismic Inversion and Reservoir Prediction

EPS+ is a new product developed on the EPoffice platform based on the original EPSreservoir software
High-resolution seismic inversion and reservoir prediction resolution uses the EPoffice series software, rapidly and effectively predicting the spatial distribution, physical property variation and favorable oil and gas distribution rules and reserves of each kind of reservoir.This solution selects the prediction method according to factors to be resolved, such as geologic problems, well site distribution and seismic data. There are corresponding solutions for complex fault block, overthrust fault, blocky lithology and thin interbed reservoir. Auto-tracking and interactive combination can be used for objective geo-body so as to directly interpret the lithologic geo-body and mapping the lithologic body or reservoir body finally.

  • Multiple constraints and methods modeling technique
  • High-precision well-constraint inversion technique
  • Borehole S wave velocity inversion technique
  • Expanded pre-stack elastic impedance inversion technique
  • Litho-body auto-tracking interpretation technique
  • Information fusion reservoir prediction technique


    Band-limited inversion shows large sets of reservoir clearly in areas without a well
    Predicting sand bodies with High-Resolution Inversion technique, showing thin layer

    EI, EEI Inversion Identifying the Fluid

    The reservoir identification ability can be remarkably improved by applying pre-stack impedance inversion technique

    Comprehensive Evaluation and Well Site Design
    The 3D superimposed display of structural background and reservoir and the tracking technique make the reservoir
    distribution more visually
    Reservoir thickness map in combination with oil and gas detection results and sedimentary facies, confirming
    the well site design by using comprehensive evaluation technique
    Expanded Elastic Impedance Inversion
    Oil and gas prediction employs the expanded impedance inversion technique and the prediction results fit perfectly with

    The reverse fault structure pattern uses complex structure modeling technique for reverse fault

    Collaborative Modeling
    Turbidite facies employs logging and seismic attributes Kriging collaborative modeling, which better conforms to the
    geologic Mode

    High-Resolution Post-Stack Inversion Describing Reservoir
    Multiple Constraints and Methods Modeling

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