Signs agreement with ShellImage across the Norwegian Volve field (data courtesy of Equinor). Displaying two inlines of a pre-stack depth migrated full offset volume, and the five mapped horizons (Ty formation top, Shetland Group top, Hugin formation top, Hugin formation base and base of Cretaceous unconformity). The two inlines display different colorbars. One is a grayscale commonly used for structural interpretation, and the other colorbar is a red, yellow, gray and blue combined with transparency to highlight higher amplitudes. Three wells are displayed 15/9-17 (green), cyan 15/9-C-2 AH (cyan) and 15/9-F-11 V (purple).

Signs agreement with Shell

Shell has selected Bluware’s Headwave technology as a strategic platform for digital transformation.

Shell is investing heavily in digital technologies to get a competitive advantage in the new E&P landscape. This includes artificial intelligence, machine learning, high-performance computing and cloud.

After an extensive evaluation of the industry’s most well-known offerings, Shell selected Headwave to help drive innovation. Headwave says the company greatly improves the way geoscientists image, interpret and understand the subsurface, without barriers

“Shell has some very aggressive digitalization goals over the next few years,” said Tim Roden, Manager of Shell’s GeoSigns seismic interpretation platform.

“Collaboration with Bluware will accelerate some of our ambitious digital transformation initiatives delivering both near-term return on investment and long-term strategic value,” Roden says

“Being selected by Shell is a tremendous validation of both our technology and our business strategy,” said Dan Piette, Bluware CEO.

“Our team is working relentlessly to deliver the world’s first cloud-based platform for the new era of subsurface workflows. Shell’s investment in our vision tells us we are moving in the right direction.”

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