MEPO 4.2 World-wide Release

It is a great pleasure to announce the release of MEPO 4.2.

This release delivers significant improvements in usability, interfacing with SLB modeling and simulation tools and new state-of-the-art workflows.

With the new release use of the extensive MEPO functionality is easier accessible. The project set-up is simplified and defaults are presented to match the project specifications. All plots from result analysis can now easily be stored on an internal canvas for later inspection and use. 3D visualization capabilities are improved by exchanging the previous 3rd party engine with an interactive link to Petrel.

The MEPO plugin for Petrel is enhanced by synchronizing definition of input parameters. The plugin is now part of the main application.

MEPO 4.2 delivers interfaces to INTERSECT and FrontSim in addition to all simulators previously supported.

New powerful workflows are available for use. An ensemble-based approach to history matching and production forecasting smoothens out the hurdle reservoir engineers often face when moving simulations from history to prediction. In addition a more robust approach to understanding the importance of modeling parameters is included. Interaction between parameters are automatically investigated, which overcomes the deficiencies of traditional use of tornado-charts.

MEPO 4.2 is both more user-friendly and powerful than its predecessor and strengthens MEPO’s position as the market leading reservoir optimization solution.

 

Availability and licensing:
The MEPO4.2 release is available to all our customers with active maintenance and support agreements and can be downloaded here.  

If you have any queries as to the license validity or contractual status, please contact your local SPT Group office. For queries on MEPO4 functionalities, installations, and other important issues, please contact our support center at meposupport@sptgroup.com.

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