CycloLog Version 2010 Workflow Manual – Part 2

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<ul><li><p>CycloLog Version 2015 Tutorial Base Module </p><p>Version April 2015 ENRES International Page 1 </p><p>Tutorial Base Module </p></li><li><p>CycloLog Version 2015 Tutorial Base Module </p><p>Version April 2015 ENRES International Page 2 </p><p>CONTENTS </p><p>Part 1 - Introduction to the CycloLog desktop ............................................................................... 6 </p><p>1.1 Introduction to the CycloLog desktop .......................................................................................... 6 </p><p>1.2 Using Log Display panes ............................................................................................................... 7 </p><p>Part 2 - Importing and displaying well log data.............................................................................. 8 </p><p>2.1 LAS Import .................................................................................................................................... 8 </p><p>2.2 Managing log curves ................................................................................................................... 14 </p><p>2.3 Displaying log curves .................................................................................................................. 14 </p><p>2.4 Overlaying log curves .................................................................................................................. 16 </p><p>2.5 Importing additional wells and/or logs ...................................................................................... 17 </p><p>Part 3 - Generating and displaying INPEFA curves ....................................................................... 18 </p><p>3.1 Introduction in the INPEFA curve ............................................................................................... 18 </p><p>3.3 Using Dynamic-INPEFA (D-INPEFA) ............................................................................................ 19 </p><p>3.4 Overlaying multiple D-INPEFA curves in one column ................................................................ 22 </p><p>3.5 Batch generation of Dynamic INPEFA curves ............................................................................ 22 </p><p>Part 4 - Composite well charts .................................................................................................... 24 </p><p>4.1 The function of composite well chart in CycloLog ...................................................................... 24 </p><p>4.2 Preparing logs for inclusion in a composite well chart .............................................................. 25 </p><p>4.3 Creating the chart ...................................................................................................................... 26 </p><p>4.4 Viewing the composite well chart ............................................................................................. 28 </p><p>4.6 Adding chart titles ...................................................................................................................... 30 </p><p>4.7 Changing the scale and modifying the scale bar ....................................................................... 31 </p><p>4.8 Changing the chart interval ....................................................................................................... 32 </p><p>4.9 Changing the order of the columns ........................................................................................... 33 </p><p>4.10 Adding and removing columns and logs .................................................................................. 34 </p><p>4.11 Changing column widths and column headers ........................................................................ 36 </p><p>4.12 Using Dynamic INPEFA curves in the composite well chart .................................................... 37 </p><p>4.13 Exporting and printing composite well charts ......................................................................... 38 </p><p>4.14 Deleting, duplicating and renaming composite well charts .................................................... 38 </p><p>Part 5 - Defining and managing breaks ........................................................................................ 39 </p><p>5.1 Stratigraphic breaks in CycloLog ................................................................................................. 39 </p><p>5.2 Defining breaks ........................................................................................................................... 39 </p><p>5.3 Moving a break ........................................................................................................................... 40 </p><p>5.4 Deleting a break .......................................................................................................................... 40 </p><p>5.5 Naming and editing breaks ......................................................................................................... 41 </p><p>5.6 Editing break properties ............................................................................................................. 43 </p></li><li><p>CycloLog Version 2015 Tutorial Base Module </p><p>Version April 2015 ENRES International Page 3 </p><p>5.7 Using the Break Manager ........................................................................................................... 44 </p><p>5.8 Exporting breaks ......................................................................................................................... 45 </p><p>5.9 Importing breaks ........................................................................................................................ 46 </p><p>5.10 Displaying and hiding breaks ................................................................................................... 47 </p><p>5.11 Displaying breaks in composite well charts ............................................................................. 48 </p><p>Part 6 - Defining and managing reservoirs ................................................................................... 51 </p><p>6.1 Stratigraphic intervals in CycloLog .............................................................................................. 51 </p><p>6.2 Defining reservoirs ...................................................................................................................... 51 </p><p>6.3 Moving a reservoir ...................................................................................................................... 52 </p><p>6.4 Deleting a reservoir .................................................................................................................... 52 </p><p>6.5 Naming and editing reservoirs.................................................................................................... 53 </p><p>6.6 Editing reservoir properties ........................................................................................................ 54 </p><p>6.7 Using the Reservoir Manager ..................................................................................................... 55 </p><p>6.8 Exporting reservoirs .................................................................................................................... 56 </p><p>6.9 Importing reservoirs ................................................................................................................... 56 </p><p>6.10 Displaying and hiding reservoirs .............................................................................................. 58 </p><p>6.11 Displaying reservoirs in composite well charts........................................................................ 59 </p><p>Part 7 - Adding descriptive logs .................................................................................................. 62 </p><p>7.1 Additional log types in CycloLog ................................................................................................. 62 </p><p>7.2 Adding a Casing Log .................................................................................................................... 62 </p><p>7.3 Adding an Interval Log ................................................................................................................ 64 </p><p>7.4 Adding a Biostratigraphic Log .................................................................................................... 67 </p><p>7.5 Adding a Comment Log .............................................................................................................. 69 </p><p>7.6 Other descriptive log types ......................................................................................................... 70 </p><p>7.7 Adding descriptive logs to a Composite Well Chart ................................................................... 71 </p><p>Part 8 - Advanced data management .......................................................................................... 72 </p><p>8.1 Advanced data management functions in CycloLog .................................................................. 72 </p><p>8.2 Log template manager ................................................................................................................ 72 </p><p>8.3 Batch import of logs ................................................................................................................... 74 </p><p>8.4 Batch import of breaks and reservoirs ....................................................................................... 76 </p><p>8.5 Break template manager ............................................................................................................ 79 </p><p>8.6 Reservoir template manager ...................................................................................................... 81 </p><p>8.7 Log Set Manager ......................................................................................................................... 83 </p><p>8.8 Using the Break Set Manager (and Reservoir Set Manager) ...................................................... 84 </p><p>Part 9 - Correlation Panel ........................................................................................................... 87 </p><p>9.1 Correlation Panels in CycloLog ................................................................................................... 87 </p><p>9.2 Preliminaries ............................................................................................................................... 87 </p></li><li><p>CycloLog Version 2015 Tutorial Base Module </p><p>Version April 2015 ENRES International Page 4 </p><p>9.3 Planning a correlation panel ....................................................................................................... 87 </p><p>9.4 Customizing composite charts for use in a correlation panel .................................................... 87 </p><p>9.5 Creating a Correlation Panel ....................................................................................................... 88 </p><p>9.6 To edit composite charts from the well correlation panel ......................................................... 90 </p><p>9.7 To connect breaks/reservoirs automatically .............................................................................. 90 </p><p>9.8 Adding correlation lines manually .............................................................................................. 92 </p><p>9.9 Changing the hang level ............................................................................................................. 94 </p><p>9.10 Adding a title box or a graphic .................................................................................................. 94 </p><p>9.11 Adding a Rich Text Box ............................................................................................................. 96 </p><p>9.12 Adding a graphic to a correlation panel ................................................................................... 97 </p><p>9.13 Printing and exporting a correlation panel ............................................................................... 97 </p><p>Part 10 - Exporting data from CycloLog ....................................................................................... 98 </p><p>10.1 Exporting data from CycloLog .................................................................................................. 98 </p><p>10.2 Exporting wells.......................................................................................................................... 99 </p><p>10.3 Exporting breaks ..................................................................................................................... 104 </p><p>10.4 Exporting reservoir data ......................................................................................................... 104 </p><p>10.5 Exporting graphics .................................................................................................................. 105 </p><p> Copyright The CycloLog Software and all accompanying documents are patented and copyrighted with all rights reserved by ENRES Energy Resources International B.V. The Software and documentation may not be given or sold except by ENRES Energy Resources International B.V. and its designated suppliers. Unauthorized copying, duplicating, selling or otherwise distributing the Software or documentation is a violation of the Copyright Law. CycloLog Patents Nr. 1015928 Netherlands, Nr. 1-182466 Europe CycloLog is a registered trademark of ENRES Energy Resources International BV INPEFA is a registered trademark of ENRES Energy Resources International BV ENRES is a registered trademark of ENRES Energy Resources International BV </p></li><li><p>CycloLog Version 2015 Tutorial Base Module </p><p>Version April 2015 ENRES International Page 5 </p><p>Welcome to CycloLog! </p><p>CycloLog 2015 is a sophisticated toolbox with multiple applications in petroleum geology. The purpose </p><p>of this tutorial is to guide the user, step-by-step, through some of the most commonly used functions </p><p>and features of CycloLog. Using this tutorial, anyone new to CycloLog should be able to </p><p> understand the CycloLog desktop; </p><p> input and display log data; </p><p> perform the most important CycloLog functions; </p><p> create well composite charts and correlation panels; </p><p> export data from CycloLog. </p><p>It will also be useful, as an aide memoire, to occasional users of the software. </p><p>Note that the tutorial is not a comprehensive guide to every function in CycloLog; that information </p><p>can be found through the Help menu within CycloLog itself. </p><p>Note also that the tutorial is not a guide to the interpretation of CycloLog output such as INPEFA </p><p>curves. </p></li><li><p>CycloLog Version 2015 Tutorial Base Module </p><p>Version April 2015 ENRES International Page 6 </p><p>Part 1 - Introduction to the CycloLog desktop 1.1 Introduction to the CycloLog desktop The CycloLog desktop uses standard Windows functionality, and looks like this: </p><p> The main components of the CycloLog desktop are: </p><p> a number of Menus (File, Edit, View ),usually at the top; </p><p> a variable number of Toolbars at the top; </p><p> a Workspace pane, usually at the left?; </p><p> a variable number of Log Display panes; </p><p> an Information pane; </p><p> a Properties pane; </p><p> a Status Bar; usually at the bottom of the Desktop. </p><p>Under standard Windows functionality: </p><p> the Menu Bar, the Tool...</p></li></ul>

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