VMGField (formerly Gasmod) is capable of modelling large and small gas properties. The simulation of complex pipeline systems (with or without liquids), vertical/horizontal wells, 3D reservoirs, and simple tanks are all possible in one stand-alone model. Additional capabilities include flow splitting, line looping, parallel/series compression, multiple delivery points, and injection/withdrawal scenarios. The drag-and-drop pipeline design feature and on-screen UTM coordinate system allow the user to build surface network systems quickly and accurately.
It accurately predicts results from infill drilling (including back-out of existing production), compressor modifications, and debottlenecking. VMGField also assists with reserves determination, competitive drainage situations, and becomes a good database of information for a gas property. It is also a useful gas marketing tool for day to day storage commitments.
VMGField is widely used to model the low permeability Jean Marie and Montney fields of NE British Columbia/NW Alberta, and the shallow gas fields of SE Alberta/SW Saskatchewan. It is also widely used for evaluating and optimizing new and existing gas storage projects. VMGField is currently being utilized on coal bed methane and shale gas type properties.