RokDoc has been developed in collaboration with major oil companies and academic experts since 2001. Use it to analyse well and seismic data, determine value and apply quantitative methods to predict rock, fluid and pressure properties.
With RokDoc seismic data can be integrated with log data and pressure data. RokDoc has unparalleled rock physics modelling capabilities and Rock Physics Model Templates. The tools can be used to identify porosity and many other types of geological variations, based on seismic and well data.
Using the Rock Physics modules a 'basic' RokDoc user will easily make geological ‘sketches’ of a seismic interpretation and then determine if the synthetic matches the seismic. RokDoc makes it simple to perform all the usual fluid substitutions, variable contacts and pressure perturbations, etc.
New to the RokDoc platform is the Attrimod multi-2D seismic forward modelling tool. Attrimod offers advanced multi-2D scenario modelling within the established RokDoc stratigraphic 2D modelling toolkit. With Attrimod the construction of hundreds of geological scenarios based on different layer configurations, rock properties and well data is automated, and workflows can be applied to modify the models based on rock physics concepts. Once models are constructed, attributes can be derived across all models simultaneously; attributes can be utilised as a database to maximise understanding of rock property variations in field appraisal, plus identify and characterise areas within the seismic data that match certain geological scenarios
The addition of the RokDoc Reservoir Characterisation modules to your tool kit, brings a range of sophisticated tools; convert existing inversion volumes into meaningful and accurate geological rock properties for prospect evaluation. The RokDoc 3D cross-plot allow users to integrate well, seismic and rock physics data and establish whether inversion results are consistent with forward models from well data. Define polygons to identify different AVO classes and facies in seismic data, or utilise the weighted stack cross-plotter to rotate and manipulate pairs of inversion volumes to reveal hidden lithology and fluid information.