NeuraLog is the most advanced and widely used automated well log digitizing system in the world today. NeuraLog transforms scanned images into usable digital data. Its reliability and quality control tools increase productivity by empowering the log analyst to control the quality and availability of well log data. Automated tracing enhances productivity by streamlining workflows to create reliable data for time-critical projects.
Our well log digitizing services include high quality scanning and image editing services, automated tracing routines, and quality enhancement features and correctional functions/algorithms for adjusting warped and stretched logs. In addition, data verification for the interpretation of multiple intersecting tracks and curves on a single log are provided to ensure consistent tracking.
A: The email will contain instructions for retrieving the well logs from our secure portal. TrueLogs are also downloadable from our WLS site. If you would like assistance or more information contact us.
NeuraLog - Automated Well Log Digitizing SoftwareNeuraLog is the most advanced automated well log digitizing system in the world today. NeuraLog transforms scanned paper images into usable computer data. Its reliability and quality improvement increases productivity by empowering the log analyst w ... Read More ...
NeuraMap - Reservoir Volumetrics and Map DigitizingNeuraMap started as a map digitizing solution for geoscientists. This automated map digitizing solution works on hand drawn, scanned map images and digital maps. Map digitizing is a critical component of working with map data for analysis as well ... Read More ...
CAESAR is a well and reservoir management software that combines the power of reservoir simulation results with the analytics of production data. It offers powerful visualization view along with the capability to generate reports. The engineers can have a 3D scan of the reservoir along with the capa ... Read More ...
Golden, Colo., June 28, 2016 - Golden Software, LLC, the leading developer of affordable scientific graphics software, announces the release of Strater 5, an intuitive subsurface visualization program designed to display a wide variety of well log, borehole, and cross section data.
Strater is a powerful and innovative well log, borehole and cross section plotting software package for geoscientists. With its modern and easy-to-use user interface, Strater is so straightforward even a beginner can create high-quality professional representations of subsurface data in no time.
This is a list of free and open-source software for geological data handling and interpretation. The list is split into broad categories, depending on the intended use of the software and its scope of functionality.
Excellent facilities for graduate research in petroleum and geosystems engineering are available in the Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Building. In addition to departmental offices and classrooms, the building houses over 40,000 square feet of laboratory space, providing unique capabilities for studies in production logging, vertical and inclined flow in wells, artificial lift, core flooding for enhanced oil recovery, subsurface environmental remediation, drilling, stimulation, rock mechanics, well log digitizing and interpretation, PVT analysis, reservoir simulation development and application, and unconventional resources. Additional laboratory space at the J. J. Pickle Research Campus is used for research. A machine shop is maintained to fabricate and support research equipment.
We extracted the zipped download and installed Digitize It, which opened with an interface that is similar in style to graphics editors but notable for floating options and tool tips boxes within the main window. The toolbar icons are mostly familiar with the addition of tools to sort plots by XY or YX values, AutoRead points, and other controls unique to the Digitize It's function. The program can acquire images from scanners, capture screen images, and paste clipboard data as well as import data or load locally stored image data in BMP, ICO, WMF, JPG, and GIF formats. We clicked Picture and selected Import, and then browsed to a digital snapshot. We could zoom and rotate the image as well as set the scale by clicking opposite corners to provide precise scaling data. To plot image data, we simply clicked at any point in the image, and the point appeared in the Data Points table, numbered sequentially and listing the X- and Y-axis to several decimal points. We could easily re-sort the Data Points list, edit it, and save it for a variety of uses, including replotting by other programs. The tabbed Options dialog let us set Axis Scale, the color coding for the AutoRead tool, Interpolation settings, and Pointer options. The tool tips box offered Recommended Procedures in a brief, step-by-step form, and there's a good Help file, though some Vista and Windows 7 users may need to open the Help file from the program folder because of a known issue with later editions of Windows. Digitize It actually bothers to explain it clearly, a welcome surprise.
In addition to reports, surveys, databases, maps, software, there are also filings and legal reports which can help in decision-making. The fact that the information is readily available via the internet, and that there are many free cloud-based collaborative tools, makes it more viable than ever to work in teams to quickly put together ideas, evaluate ideas, and make recommendations.
There are low cost, or even free software packages for your use depending on what you are trying to accomplish. OpendTect ( ) has an open source, free to use, interpretation platform that is fairly user friendly. It was the tools for most prospecting applications, as well as modules for expandable capabilities. They also have a public domain data sets for you to practice with, or use as examples to show your skills.
KC Petrophysics ( ) has a free LAS application which is great for reading vintage LAS files and converting them to be used in modern packages. Their Pro software is only $200 and very capable of most petrophysical work.
Be creative with your software vendors. Nearly every vendor has a free license period. It may or may not be allowed to be used commercially during that time but obtaining a trial license may keep you current, or allow you to learn a new software package. When you have a contract in, you may be able to negotiate a short term license arrangement. There are also some vendors who will generously train you on their software while you are finding your next opportunity.
These are very valuable resources. That said, it is important not to over-emphasize the free resources. Although extremely useful to people with limited capital, free software has its drawbacks, and they do not have the user-friendly convenience, power, and robustness of SAS, IHS, DrillingInfo, Petra, Petrel, and other popular packages. This is also true of data sets.
Didger is a highly accurate digitizing program that will be an invaluable addition to your software library. In seconds, Didger precisely transforms points, lines, or areas from your paper maps, graphs, aerial photos, scanned raster images, imported vector files, or GeoTiff images to a versatile digital format you can use with your other software. You name it and Didger can handle it quickly, accurately, and usefully. With Didger’s multitude of features and ease-of-use, this is an unbelievable value, considering the time and effort you will save!! You will soon wonder how you have done your job without this indispensable tool.
There are innumerable uses for this powerful application. We have compiled this list to give you an idea of the versatility of Didger, but the ways in which you can use Didger go far beyond this list. If you aren’t sure whether Didger is right for your needs, give us a call and we’ll be happy to discuss the possibilities with you. Geo-reference your raster and vector files for export to other applications Convert your UTM data to Lat/Long or vise versa. Create maps from multiple Digital Line Graphs. Resample your well log data on specified intervals. Digitize oil & gas or monitoring wells Digitize soil, rock-chip or other sample locations Digitize contours from topo sheets, hand-drawn maps, or computer-generated maps Digitize from aerial or satellite photographs either on screen or from your tablet Reproduce well logs or strip charts even when you don’t have the original data Digitize township and range lines, section lines, or claim boundaries Digitize owner, operator, or property boundaries Digitize seismic section lines with shot point locations Digitize stream, river, watershed boundaries, lakes and coastal shorelines Map archeological sample sites Determine stream length, shoreline length, or watershed or lake area Apply Didger in medical research, such as digitizing radiation dose calculations from patient films Study urban growth such as expansion of residential areas Digitize road and street maps and obtain route distances Reproduce hand-drawn cross sections Digitize wildlife information such as animal habitats, migratory routes, territorial boundaries Digitize geological rock formations, lithologic types, and faults from maps and aerial photos Digitize vegetation boundaries, burn areas, restoration projects, and lumbering areas Determine the area under a curve from a graph Digitize meteorological data to produce isobar maps Create spreadsheet files for data analysis And many other uses Some of Didger’s Amazing Features 1e1e36bf2d