GPM Clastics

Predict the deposition, composition, and geometry of clastic sediments

GPM Clastics

GPM geological process modeling software is used to build advanced digital geological models predicting clastic sedimentary stratigraphic sequences.

Users have access to the fundamental physical controls of sedimentation including diffusion and both steady-state (for example, fluvial and deltas) and unsteady-state (for example, floods and turbidites) flow as well as other controlling parameters such as compaction, tectonics, sea-level fluctuation, and wave action. Additionally, users have access to processes for modeling sediment accumulation with several output properties for quality control of the result.

The GPM Clastics module enables simulating the main processes controlling the erosion, transportation, and deposition of clastics sediments from source to sink.

All available processes can be modeled independently or concurrently. The processes are modeled deterministically through the numerical simulation of physical processes.

In addition to modeling clastics, users can model clastics and carbonates together.

GPM software is tightly integrated with other SLB technologies to enable addressing challenges at different scales—from basin to reservoir—with applicability throughout the entire E&P lifecycle, from early exploration to improved oil recovery (IOR). It works with the Petrel subsurface software enabling for seamless conversion of the GPM software results into Petrel surfaces and 3D models for use in subsequent workflows (for example, direct conditioning of geostatistical modeling, direct inputs for Depospace or seismic forward modeling increase reservoir predictability).

It can also be connected to PetroMod petroleum systems modeling software for basin-scale studies to support the subsequent analysis of the petroleum systems by understanding the charge migration and accumulation of potential hydrocarbons, which is critical for exploration success. Finally, GPM software results can also be used as input in gross depositional environment (GDE) maps, the Play and Prospect Assessment workflow for the Petrel software, and Geox exploration risk, resource, and value assessment software to refine the final reservoir understanding and explore economic scenarios toward reaching more confident decisions.

Model carbonates and clastics together with GPM software

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