Well data are often acquired in different formats, with different sampling rates, requiring appropriate processing for modern geological modeling. Geophysical and geological reservoir characterization both require specific log processing and editing, for example rock-typing from logs and cores, seismic signature analysis, and AVO feasibility analysis.
EasyTraceTM takes advantage of a true spreadsheet environment that offers advanced 1D data editing, analysis and processing functionalities to help geoscientists in their daily work. EasytraceTM is now plugged on OpenFlow® platform and shares all its powerful capabilities with all the OpenFlow SuiteTM Applications, especially CobraFlow and FracaFlow®.
o Import and export the main formats used in the industry such as LAS, ASCII, SEG-Y.
o Manipulation of any kind of 1D data: continuous and discrete logs, cores and SCAL, markers, in time and depth domain, with different sampling.
o Easy data edition, availability of various processing and computation functionalities.
o Direct links with OpenFlow SuiteTM and InterWellTM for data exchange.
Main geoscientific functionalities:
o Well-designed geophysical-oriented functionalities such as signal simulation, trace smoothing and filtering, sonic log correction, velocity estimation, AVO/AVA modeling.
o Advanced modules to answer specific issues at wells such as TOC estimation, pore pressure prediction, rock physics.
o Renowned rock-typing workflow including electrofacies with supervised and non-supervised methods, core analysis integration, water saturation modeling.
Data display :
o Using both tables and graphs such as (multi-)tracks display for logs, histograms, cross-plots or SCAL curves.
o Enhanced graphic settings and interactivity between plots.
EasyTraceTM is the natural pre-processing tool for different workflows:
Electrofacies determination for matrix characterization (using CobraFlow for example)
Data preparation for lithoseismic inversion (using InterWellTM for example)
Fracture data analysis
Plug data management like KrPc and classification for rock-typing