Creating A Raster Well Log Calibration Format (PPDM & Energistics Joint Work Group Planning - PM Session)

Location Fee Start Date/Time End Date/Time
BP Houston, Upstream Learning Centre
Town Hall Room 1.250
201 Helios Way, Houston, TX 77079
$0 March, 15, 2013 01:00 pm March, 15, 2013 04:30 pm

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About Raster Well Log Calibration

Raster images of electric logs are commonly used by geo-science professionals. A “Raster log” is the scanned image of an electric log and is commonly supplied through commercial vendors.

Most commercially supplied raster logs are accompanied with a separate file commonly called a “depth calibration file”. The purpose of this file is to provide a digital depth reference on the log image.

The digital depth reference gives the user the ability to:

  • Prepare well-to-well structural and stratigraphic cross sections.
  • Display annotations on, or adjacent to, the raster image. This may include perforations, mechanical status of well, core interval and description, drill stem test interval and description, oil, gas and water cumulative production volumes.

This is the follow up meeting to the January 17th meeting. Agenda to be posted early March.

Location Maps:

About Raster Well Log Calibration

Raster images of electric logs are commonly used by geo-science professionals. A “Raster log” is the scanned image of an electric log and is commonly supplied through commercial vendors.

Most commercially supplied raster logs are accompanied with a separate file commonly called a “depth calibration file”. The purpose of this file is to provide a digital depth reference on the log image.

The digital depth reference gives the user the ability to:

  • Prepare well-to-well structural and stratigraphic cross sections.
  • Display annotations on, or adjacent to, the raster image. This may include perforations, mechanical status of well, core interval and description, drill stem test interval and description, oil, gas and water cumulative production volumes.

This is the follow up meeting to the January 17th meeting. Agenda to be posted early March.

Location Maps:

About Raster Well Log Calibration

Raster images of electric logs are commonly used by geo-science professionals. A “Raster log” is the scanned image of an electric log and is commonly supplied through commercial vendors.

Most commercially supplied raster logs are accompanied with a separate file commonly called a “depth calibration file”. The purpose of this file is to provide a digital depth reference on the log image.

The digital depth reference gives the user the ability to:

  • Prepare well-to-well structural and stratigraphic cross sections.
  • Display annotations on, or adjacent to, the raster image. This may include perforations, mechanical status of well, core interval and description, drill stem test interval and description, oil, gas and water cumulative production volumes.

This is the follow up meeting to the January 17th meeting. Agenda to be posted early March.