GeolOil LAS well log interpretation and displayer application

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GeolOil Petrophysics Software About GeolOil

GeolOil (pronounced geo-loil) is a software company specialized in petrophysics and 3D oil & gas reservoir simulation griding. Our affordable software has an intuitive graphical user interface, easy to use with readable bold buttons and plenty of options.

Our user friendly LAS well logs editor and viewer allows to plot curves immediately, achieving a top quality display. Our Sequential Petrophysical Functions computations approach, allows to immediately change any parameter and update all the petrophysical analysis interpretation re-computed with a single click. Our Log Upscaler computes Net-Pay, Petrophysical Cutoffs, Water Saturation and more.

GeolOil is a software package with 133,305 lines of source code in 155 classes designed to run seamlessly on the platforms Windows PC, Apple MacOS Macintosh, and Linux. Try it today!.

Current digitally signed, stable software version: December 2019

"I have been using GeolOil for over 5 years. It is a great tool for doing petrophysical analysis with the ability to do several complex work-flows in a sequential format that is easy to setup and runs very quickly. The log displays are very good and it is easy to edit, shift, manipulate, and manage log curves..." Read more. September 2019.

Brian Black. Owner and Geologist. Black Petroleum Resources, LLC. Utah, USA.

"GeolOil has been great so far. I was glad to have found a package that runs fine on MacOS. I haven't yet fully utilized a lot of the software's capabilities, but I have uploaded tons of LAS files from a prior petrophysical analysis. It is easy to learn the basics and display the data in a visually impactful way" Read more. June 2017.

Michael Putnam. Independent Geo-Scientist. Texas, USA.

"GeolOil hits home on major areas that I look for in good software: 1) Platform independence. I use GeolOil in both MacOS, Windows and Linux, and have no issues. 2) The graphical interface and user experience truly is elegant. It is very easy to navigate, has natural flow, and good typesetting. I felt comfortable in the package less than ten minutes from when I first installed. The "major" commercial packages don't even compare or come close to ease of use or graphic design... " Read more. March 2016.

Evan Patrick Egenolf. Assistant Research Scientist. University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming, USA.

"GeolOil is a versatile and intuitive tool for characterizing and analyzing geologic data. I have used it to input large amounts of stratigraphic data, and the program easily defines markers, formations, zones, and multiple sub-zones..." Read more. October 2015.

Chris Peterson. Senior Geologist. Magellan Petroleum Corporation, Colorado, USA.

"We have been using GeolOil since 2011. This package captures key geological settings of the reservoir. We have imported its results into the simulators Eclipse, Tempest-More, and CMG-STARS with the highest quality. ..." Read more. February 2015.

Mahmood Ahmadi, PhD. Vice-President of MI3 Petroleum Engineering, Colorado, USA.

"I have been using the LAS Displayer module of GeolOil for some months now. It has added tremendous value to my daily work because it allows a quick and neat access to critical petrophysical data, so I can devote more time analyzing information and making decisions regarding the reservoir simulation models I’m building. ..." Read more. July 2014.

Hector Wills, PhD. Adjunct faculty PE Department. Colorado School of Mines, Colorado, USA.

"I would also like to say that this program is amazing. I spent full days looking for a LAS reader and GeolOil prevailed with a truly outstanding product." July 2013.

Marden Wark. Petroleum Geoscientist. NSW Government, Department of Trade and Investment, Australia.

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