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At Equipoise Software you will find state of the art technology for accessing depth conversion and velocity modelling in Petrel.

Equipoise Software are a highly experienced firm of depth conversion and seismic inversion software developers for the oil and gas industry. They are specialists in their field and have developed the Petrel Depth Conversion plug-in named Velit which enables you to remove structural ambiguity inherent in time and verify the size and scale of your target structure, which reduces your depth uncertainty.

The Velit software features an extensive library of industry-standard velocity modelling methods, which uses both well and seismic processing velocities.
You will find the Velit software straight forward and easy to use with a user extensible workflow system which enables you to have fast data analysis and rapid customisation.

Equipoise Software have a no black box approach to their software, this means it allows the users to examine, adapt and add to the Velit techniques to suit their specific research requirements.

The software also features an optimisation technique to derive functions from well curves, using classic or user customised methods, a profile mode for handling complex geological scenarios and sophisticated two way links with Petrel and KingdomEasy.

The Equipoise Software Velit software is branded as VelPAX when using the IHS Kingdom software. You will find functionality between velit and VelPAX identical and projects generated by either can be viewed on Velit or VelPAX.

Equipoise Software are trusted specialists in depth conversion and seismic inversion software especially for the oil and gas industry.   

To find out more about the exceptional Velit Software for depth conversion and velocity modelling in the oil and gas industry please contact Equipoise Software on 020 8256 1150 or to trial VelPAX as part of the IHS Kingdom software package contact your local IHS sales team.


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