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Abstract

Compromise is a methodology that is based on an iterative solver that allows combining multiple proportion cubes given that a priori reference proportions are provided within a defined facies simulation perimeter. The novelty of the methodology is the possibility to choose the amount of imprint of a given trend while respecting quantitative proportion constraints. It has been successfully tested on several operational studies and is now used in a routine basis whenever having multiple facies trends to manage. For each study, the proportion cubes were provided by different sources; the methodology is source independent as long as it is expressed as a proportion cube. Seismic, concept and well data are possible sources of proportion cubes. It is tool-independent and is implemented today as workflows and scripts. It is also planned to be developed as an independent module on for increased user-friendliness.

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2014-01-19
2021-11-28
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