Emerson launches integrated reservoir engineering software suite

Roxar Tempest 7.0 includes five key modules relating to history matching & uncertainty management; full field simulation; pre & post processing; PVT analysis; and economic evaluation.

STAVANGER, NORWAY (October 4 2012) - Emerson Process Management has launched Roxar Tempest™ 7.0, an integrated reservoir engineering software suite that provides a single, consistent interface to E&P reservoir engineers.

The new integrated solution, which operates alongside Emerson Roxar’s reservoir modeling solution, RMS, builds on the previous versions of Emerson’s simulation and history matching software, already used in hundreds of installations worldwide.

The five modules can be deployed as an integrated unit with a common interface or individually to enhance existing workflows.  Links to all major commercial and many proprietary simulators give engineers the flexibility to customize their workflows or opt for a fully integrated solution. These modules are:

  •  Tempest VIEW, the pre and post processing interface for all Tempest modules, which is capable of quickly processing results from multiple simulations with millions of cells and thousands of wells. Fast and flexible plotting also allows efficient data mining with large studies.
  •  Tempest ENABLE, Emerson’s history matching and uncertainty estimation software solution, is now incorporated into the Tempest suite, providing a major improvement to the user interface via Tempest VIEW.  Tempest ENABLE harnesses the simulator, driving it through hundreds of realizations and intelligently steering it to deliver better quality history matches and more reliable uncertainty estimates than is possible using the simulator on its own. Tempest ENABLE can be applied in a wide variety of scenarios including field appraisal, brownfield development, optimization, and modeling geological uncertainty.
  • Tempest MORE, a modern full field, full physics simulator which can be optimized for very large models and offers black oil, compositional and thermal options.
  •  Tempest PVTx, an equation of state PVT analysis tool which facilitates the characterization of black oil or compositional fluids.
  •  Tempest VENTURE, an economic evaluation tool which provides cash flow analysis derived from simulation results allowing the incorporation of inflation rates, prices, currencies, costs, taxes, and other variables.

 

 

To read more, please visit the Roxar website here.

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