Halliburton deploying Landmark modeling service at Maria field offshore mid-Norway

June 7, 2024
Wintershall Dea will use Halliburton Landmark’s new Unified Ensemble Modeling (UEM) service.

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – Halliburton has entered a license agreement under which Wintershall Dea will use Halliburton Landmark’s new Unified Ensemble Modeling (UEM) service.

This integrates static and dynamic data in real time to represent subsurface conditions across multiple scales. The approach is said to improve the accuracy of reservoir models by consistently incorporating geologic uncertainties.

Under the first application, DecisionSpace 365 will be deployed on the producing Maria field in the Norwegian Sea.

According to Halliburton, UEM will allow Wintershall Dea to continuously update its risk assessments for drilling programs after completing each new well. The continuous cycle of evaluation and adjustment should support drilling efficiency, reduced costs, and improves personnel safety.

Nagaraj Srinivasan, Senior Vice President with Landmark, Halliburton Digital Solutions and Consulting, said: "By updating earth models at speeds never before possible with well data acquired while drilling, Wintershall Dea will align subsurface and drilling objectives, thereby improving well productivity at a lower cost."


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