Screen anomalies with RMS amplitude

For a faster way of screening anomalies to confidently interpret your geology, GeoTeric incorporates RMS amplitude calculations in the iso-proportional slicing tool and also allows the creation of a volumetric RMS cube using processes and workflows.  Learn more and follow our step by step guide to c...

Jacob Smith

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Link for Petrel updates

The release of GeoTeric 2018.1.2 is out now -  download the update today to gain access to its lates...

Multi-Well Import

One of the least known features within GeoTeric is the option for importing multiple well deviation ...

Using Interactive Fault Slicing to visua...

GeoTeric's Adaptive Fault workflow has been developed to produce rapid and accurate fault interpreta...

7 Tips for Using GeoTeric's Fault Expres...

In the previous post we covered the basics of using GeoTeric’s Fault Expression tool. The aim of tha...

The Stratigraphic Slicing Workflow

With the release of GeoTeric 2016.2.1, the user can now take advantage of the new Stratigraphic Slic...

Testing on Small Volumes, Processing on ...

With the acquisition of ever larger and denser surveys, it can be challenging to efficiently optimis...

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HD Frequency Decomposition Using a Horiz...

High Definition Frequency Decomposition (HDFD) is one of the many unique tools and workflows availab...

Jacob Smith

Recent Posts

Link for Petrel updates

Posted by Jacob Smith on 04 Oct 2018

The release of GeoTeric 2018.1.2 is out now -  download the update today to gain access to its latest features. Key improvements include updates to the Link for Petrel, making the transfer of data quicker and easier for you to complete your workflows with GeoTeric.

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Topics: Blog, Link for Petrel, Adaptive Faults, GeoTeric 2018.1.2, Validate

Multi-Well Import

Posted by Jacob Smith on 29 Mar 2018

One of the least known features within GeoTeric is the option for importing multiple well deviation files at once. This can be used for rapidly loading data from mature fields that may already have significant well control. This feature is built into the normal well loading process and is easy to use. The key to rapidly loading multiple deviation files is that all files must be in the same directory and must have the same format. Single cell values, such as well name, must be in the same location, and all data must be in the same columns in all files.

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Topics: Blog, Multi-Well, Hints and Tips

Using Interactive Fault Slicing to visualise Seismic Attributes on a Fault Surface

Posted by Jacob Smith on 21 Dec 2017

GeoTeric's Adaptive Fault workflow has been developed to produce rapid and accurate fault interpretations. This workflow makes use of GeoTeric's Noise Expression to produce the cleanest possible input data, Fault Expression to capture all fault information in one blend, and Adaptive Faults to provide the most intuitive fault interpretation experience. One tool that can add extra value at the end of this workflow is the Interactive Fault Slicing, which allows rapid comparison of responses across a fault plane.

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Topics: Blog, Adaptive Faults, Fault Slicing, Interactive Fault Slicing

7 Tips for Using GeoTeric's Fault Expression Tool

Posted by Jacob Smith on 21 Sep 2017

In the previous post we covered the basics of using GeoTeric’s Fault Expression tool. The aim of that post was to take the user through all of the steps required to produce a reasonable first pass product. However there are also many variations and optimisation methods that can be used to give you different options based on the data you are working with.

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Topics: Blog, Fault Expression, CMY, Hints and Tips

The Stratigraphic Slicing Workflow

Posted by Jacob Smith on 12 Apr 2017

With the release of GeoTeric 2016.2.1, the user can now take advantage of the new Stratigraphic Slicing workflow. This workflow allows the user to rapidly create a series of stratigraphically conformant slices which can then be used to extract data from any of the volumes or colour blends available in their project. The Stratigraphic Slicing workflow consists of the following steps:

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Topics: Interpretation, Colour Blending, GeoTeric 2016.2.1, Blog

Testing on Small Volumes, Processing on Large

Posted by Jacob Smith on 25 Aug 2016
With the acquisition of ever larger and denser surveys, it can be challenging to efficiently optimise and run processes on your data. GeoTeric solves this problem by allowing you two different methods to rapidly test your processes on small volumes, before running the processing on the full dataset. An example will be shown below using the Noise Expression tool. The steps assume you have the full dataset loaded into GeoTeric.
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Topics: Blog

HD Frequency Decomposition Using a Horizon Preview

Posted by Jacob Smith on 06 May 2016
High Definition Frequency Decomposition (HDFD) is one of the many unique tools and workflows available within GeoTeric. When combined with the standard frequency decomposition methods that are available, this provides the user with a powerful tool for rapidly visualising and extracting meaning from their data. As with all methods there are strengths and weaknesses of HDFD, and understanding this allows us to make the best use of these tools. In this post we will look at one approach that can give us the ability to create HDFD blends using a horizon preview, allowing us to tailor our blends while focussing on key geomorphologies.
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Topics: Blending, Frequency Decomposition, HDFD, horizon, preview, Blog, Spectral Decomposition