STAVANGER — Emerson has introduced the release of Roxar Tempest 8.4, the present day model of its integrated reservoir engineering suite. Tempest permits customers to function superior reservoir management as well as float simulation on a large spectrum of physical fashions and beneath varying reservoir conditions. The latest launch enhances automation by way of allowing the use of Tempest technological know-how internal already mounted geoscience workflows. This release similarly strengthens Emerson’s end-to-end exploration and manufacturing software portfolio, ensuring operators can successfully make the most reservoirs to attain Top Quartile performance.

Tempest 8.4 extends assist for industry-standard reservoir simulators, enabling users to smoothly convert pre-existing models to run inside the Tempest MORE simulator. This compatibility is complemented by using an enlargement of the simulators supported by the assisted records matching and uncertainty analysis tool, Tempest ENABLE. Simulators such as GEM* or INTERSECT** can now be used within the ensemble-based Big Loop workflow, to make certain that geologic and geophysical constraints are honored when matching production.

The superior science and usability blessings of Tempest are maintained with new viscosity modeling options, new stochastic workflow analysis tools and a range of user-requested features, which include Python-based scripting to extend the simulation abilities at run time.

“The new points in Tempest 8.4 will play a key position in increasing operators’ self-belief that their investments will yield the estimated enhancements to production volumes and monetary returns,” stated Somesh Singh, chief product officer for exploration and manufacturing software program at Emerson Automation Solutions.

Tempest is an integrated software suite that runs on Windows and Linux. It offers an extensive vary of reservoir engineering points and is used in thousands of installations worldwide. All modules can be deployed collectively or one at a time within third-party simulation workflows.