LONDON – Total is joining Schlumberger and Chevron Corp. to further develop the INTERSECT reservoir simulator.
INTERSECT will now combine Chevron’s reservoir simulation capabilities and reservoir management experience with Schlumberger’s software development capability and Total’s engineering resources.
INTERSECT can simulate large, complex reservoirs using high-resolution models to test a number of scenarios in order to improve development plans and maximize recovery.
“The INTERSECT simulator is being successfully deployed around the world by Chevron and other oil and gas companies,” said Paul Siegele, president, Chevron Energy Technology Company. “INTERSECT’s success reflects Chevron’s belief that technology and partnership can transform energy challenges into opportunities. Through our partnerships we create value, innovate and drive results.”