"GeolOil is indeed very useful in handling and processing LAS files"
Matan Elad, Senior Geoscientist. Ratio Petroleum, Israel.∎
"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."
Marden Wark. Petroleum Geoscientist. NSW Government,
Department of Trade and Investment. Australia.∎
Our GeolOil LAS log file editor is an essential, must have tool for companies handling,
preparing, cleaning, editing, and merging LAS file well logs. It allows to create
new LAS files, merge several files into a single LAS, re-sample curves depth step
resolution, change mnemonic names and fields.
With the LAS file editor you can:
- Edit curve mnemonics, well section, parameter section
- Add new log curves
- Remove curves
- Shift curves and core data
- Import curves from ASCII or text source data
- Edit curve values
- Add or remove depths
- Re-sample log and change its depth step resolution
- Merge two or more LAS files into a new LAS file
- Import deviation or directional survey file for non vertical wells
- Compute well path trajectory TVD, DX, DY from MD, Inclination, and Azimuth
- Back-engineer computation of Inclination and Azimuth from MD, TVD, DX, and DY
- Visualize well surface satellite location on a Google-Map window
- Normalize exporting of cleaned LAS files, and in some cases, auto-repair bad formatted LAS files
The figure below shows the Curves Section panel editor.
Get an immediate GeolOil's exclusive tabular view display and edit any well log
data values with our non linear adaptive contrasty colors technology tabular
display view. Identify trends and curve magnitudes easily.
The figure below shows the GeolOil exclusive adaptive colors table viewer
GeolOil stratigraphy panel allows to define and color shade stratigraphic and
sedimentary data like formations, members, beds, markers, facies, flow units,
and vertical layering layout easily. Completed well intervals can be also
The figure below shows the GeolOil stratigraphy panel
Once you define what tracks you want, select the curves that goes into them,
to get a pristine quality display plot. You can apply threshold fillings to
highlight sand beds, shale bodies, pay zones, and curve crossings like
neutron and density porosity to identify gas pockets.
The figure below shows a log plot with stratigraphy and core data.