COMESA Selects Paradigm as Strategic Partner for New Seismic Data Processing Center
Paradigm® announced today that Mexico seismic services company COMESA (www.comesa.mx) has selected Paradigm as a Strategic Partner for its new Seismic Data Processing Center. Through the use of Paradigm software solutions for seismic processing and imaging, subsurface modeling and reservoir characterization, COMESA can address the diverse geophysical and geologic (G&G) subsurface challenges in its clients’ exploration programs. The partnership also marks continued Paradigm growth in Mexico and across Latin America. The announcement was made at the Society of Exploration Geophysicists International Exposition and 84th Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado.
The COMESA Seismic Data Processing Center, located in Villahermosa, Tabasco, is configured to optimally run the full Paradigm G&G software suite. With seismic processing and imaging solutions like Echos® and GeoDepth® and subsurface modeling with SKUA-GOCAD™, geoscientists can visualize the earth’s formations, taking advantage of all available data.
“Our strategic partnership with Paradigm and the active use of industry-leading Paradigm seismic processing software marks a significant step forward in our business strategy,” said Adan Oviedo, managing director at COMESA. “At COMESA, we are continually improving our seismic processing services to provide the best solutions for our clients’ exploration and development objectives. Using Paradigm seismic processing and imaging solutions, we are confidently providing the best technologies for our clients as they expand their exploration activity in Mexico and Latin America.”
“The agreement with COMESA culminates a period of rapid growth in Mexico and Latin America for Paradigm, as well as strong collaboration with the Mexico seismic services company,” said Angel Garcia, Mexico country manager for Paradigm. “While the entire Paradigm product suite has seen broad acceptance in the region, customers like COMESA have responded with particular interest in differentiated technologies around seismic processing & imaging, subsurface modeling and reservoir characterization.”