Learn how simulation can reduce time and costs in the exploration and economic evaluation of assets
Engineers in the petroleum industry often need to decrease the cost of projects and accelerate the development of exploration and production.
What if you could acquire estimated data in a week instead of a month?
This webinar introduces the concept of digital rock and how it leads to a faster and earlier technical-economical assessment of a new exploratory analysis.
Join us to learn more about this simulation technology and gain insights on Pore software, a modern alternative to traditional porous material characterization, especially helpful for petroleum reservoir rocks and classical core analysis experiments.
- Introduction to ESSS and Concremat
- Digital Rock Workflow
- Pore: How Does It Work?
- Final Remarks / Q&A
Innovation and Business Coordinator, Concremat
Leonardo Perdomo holds a Bachelor’s degree in Physics and a Master’s degree in Energy Planning in Mechanical Engineering from the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP). He has 16 years of experience in developing and managing innovation projects in Brazil and other countries. Since 2015, he has coordinated the development of methodology for digital rock at Concremat in partnership with ESSS and with financial support from FINEP. Also, Leonardo coordinates a microtomography laboratory for digitizing rocks at Concremat and is the author of innumerous publications on the subject of digital rock.
Business Development Manager, ESSS O&G
Vinicius Girardi holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechatronic Engineering and a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, both from the University of São Paulo in Brazil, and a Petroleum Engineer Degree from PUC-Rio. Girardi’s experience spans 10 years in the use of simulation for engineering applications, from 1D multiphase flow to reservoir simulation. Vinicius has been working at ESSS since 2011 connecting oil companies, universities, and research institutions to ESSS in order to develop R&D projects related to simulation and new software technologies.