Title: New 3D geological imaging being used by Shell as part of

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Title: New 3D geological imaging being used by Shell as part of exploration
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Duration: 2:25 minutes
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Shell PetroSigns
COMPETITIVE EDGE IN HYDROCARBON RECOVERY
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Our high-end software platform for geological and reservoir modelling provides enhanced workflows,
tools and data systems to facilitate integration and enable our experts to plan and better manage the
extraction of hydrocarbon resources.
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DIGITAL GEOLOGY
Interview with Henk Jaap Kloosterman
[Henk Jaap Kloosterman – Global Learning Manager Subsurface]
“(VO) Digital geology is an innovative approach in subsurface learning to get the geological field trip in
the office environment, and we do this by using virtual reality and augmented reality techniques.”
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Audience of people wearing virtual reality glasses.
Close up of woman wearing virtual reality glasses, pans to man wearing virtual reality glasses.
Simulated 3D view of geological site.
Close up of lecturer/presenter wearing virtual reality glasses.
[Henk Jaap Kloosterman – Global Learning Manager Subsurface]
“(OC) Digital geology is an efficient way to upgrade the quality of our (VO) existing field trips by having
a virtual reconnaissance trip up front, (OC) thus reducing the length of the existing field trip, and its
associated HSE exposure.”
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A team on a field trip to a geological site on the side of a hill.
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More energetic music.
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Lecturer/presenter wearing glasses, pan to control room technician in charge of the display.
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Audience members watching the presentation, without glasses.
An audience member takes notes.
Audience members watching the presentation, without glasses.
Presenter performs a demonstration using a virtual globe.
Interview with Josep Anton Muñoz de la Fuente
[Josep Anton Munoz de la Fuente – Professor Universitat de Barcelona, Director Institut de Recerca
Geomodels]
“(OC) Well, subsurface geological models have an intrinsic uncertainty, and we need to reduce that
uncertainty as geological explorers. So that’s the main objective for the digital project. ”
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Drilling of Mondot-1, Research Well, Pyrenees, Spain
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Two men operate a drilling machine.
Interview with Michael Poppelreiter
[Michael Poppelreiter – Learning Advisor Geology]
“(VO) Digital geology is (OC) linking subsurface characterisation with economic decisions. (VO) We do
it in five different steps, these represent how nature is organised, and how EMP [?] (CO) business
decisions are made. (VO) We focus on basins, plays, environments, facies and grains.
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Michael Poppelreiter talks to a group of people, explaining the technology.
Close up of Michael Poppelreiter presenting.
Animation of a set of five matryoshka dolls unpacking, labelled basin, play, environment, facies, and
grain.
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Core analysis of Mondot-1, Core Lab NAM, Assen, Netherlands.
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Core samples in a lab.
Two scientists at work in the lab.
Interview with Ngozi Onokwai
[Ngozi Onokwai – Shell graduate]
“(OC) It’s a very fun and exciting way of learning. (VO) Bringing the [out?] cores right here, it makes
learning easier, we’re able to relate it to cores at very small scale, (OC) and then we can translate them
into our reservoir models hopefully.
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Close up of Shell PetroSigns F sign, pan to lecturer presenting to a group of people in the lab.
Interview with Souvik Bhattacharjee
[Souvik Bhattacharjee – Shell graduate]
“(OC) What we had in our exercises were only the images of the cores, (VO) and we had to match it
with the logs, what I have here right now is the core itself. I can touch it, I can feel it, I can understand
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how the facies behaves, (OC) and what it looks like exactly at the core and the log, I can compare them
so, yes, it’s a very good step.
[Video footage]
Sample cores in the lab.
Audience members watching the presentation.
Audience members in hands-on participation with touch screen.
Interview with Kurt Peek
[Kurt Peek– Shell graduate]
“(OC) Yes, I think it’s the way forward for learning. (VO) It gives you the opportunity to appreciate the
correlation between the logs and the cores. (OC) I work mainly with seismic, but it gives you an
appreciation of the detail at a smaller scale.
[Video footage]
Audience members watching the presentation.
Audience members in hands-on participation with touch screen.
Audience members watching the presentation.
[Video footage]
Audience members in hands-on participation with touch screen.
Scientist works in the lab.
Large Shell logo pans to Henk Jaap Kloosterman,
[Henk Jaap Kloosterman – Global Learning Manager Subsurface]
“ (OC) The digital geology concept is new in the industry, and shows Shell’s commitment to innovation
in learning.”
[Video footage]
A team on a field trip to a geological site on the side of a hill.
Two men operate a drilling machine.
Animation of a set of five matryoshka dolls re-packing, labelled basin, play, environment, facies, and
grain.
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Shell logo.
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Copyright Shell International Limited 2015
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