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Leapfrog Geothermal is a workflow-based 3D geological modelling tool. It interfaces with industry leading reservoir engineering and geophysical software for rapid interpretation of geothermal reservoirs.
Leapfrog’s 3D modelling and visualisation brings clarity and understanding to the geothermal development life cycle, reducing risk from exploration to field operation.
Advanced implicit modelling engine
Time dependent geophysical point data visualisation
Rapidly build complex geological models
TOUGH2, TETRAD, MODFLOW and FEFLOW models
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The ongoing development of Leapfrog Geothermal continues to match our business needs. Contact Energy uses Leapfrog Geothermal as our primary 3-D visualisation tool and it greatly adds to our understanding of the geothermal system. We have worked closely with Seequent and they are in tune with the requirements of the geothermal community. Their development programme continues to add valuable functionality that gives us greater insight or improves workflow. In particular the new time dependent function for numeric data will be a very useful addition for our reservoir management. We currently visualise our micro-seismic data in Leapfrog, however the new release will improve our workflows and release the dataset’s full potential in 4D."
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