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  • In order to load well logs into a project and to have them display correctly, a client will need to import its corresponding basic well header information first
  • Compressed Stratigraphic Cross section of the EF Play area flattened on the base of the Eagle Ford Shale.

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  • DI GEOLOGYData Components, Geologic DataCenter, and Correlations with anUnconventional FocusLisa E. LaChance, Sr. GeologistMark C. Robinson, Director of Geological and GeophysicalProducts
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 2DI-Geology• DI Geology – Data Components• Geological Data Center• Correlations with an Unconventional Focus
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 3The red on the map above indicates log coverage that exists for our regions to date. Total of 54,926 digital well logs as of 3/1/2013.DI-Geology – Six Geographic RegionsGulf CoastPermian BasinWestEastRockiesMid Continent
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 4Niobrara, Rockies Region* LAS log files for 6,600+ wells* 3,000+ correlationsEagle Ford, Gulf Coast Region* LAS log files for 5,400+ wells* 1,475 correlationsWolfberry, Permian Region* LAS log files for 1,180 wells* 2,075 correlationsDI-Geology – Geologic Data SubsetsNiobraraWolfberryEagle Ford
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 5• Basic well header information including: API number, latitude, longitude, totaldepth, elevation, elevation reference, well name, etc.• Provided in an excel spreadsheet, which the client will be able to downloadthrough DNA.• File can be reformatted and a load template created to import the data usingclients own software.Component 1 – Well Header Data
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 6Component 2 – Well Log Data• Available through DNA to download via folders by• Geological Play• Grouped by folders for each of the Geological Play areas we have defined(Niobrara, Eagle Ford, and Wolfberry)• Geographic Region• Grouped by folders for each of the six geographic regions outlined, then by Stateand County• Log (.LAS) files named and sorted by API number• Option to download individually or zipped by County
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 7Component 3 – Correlations Data• Correlated surfaces for each region, including: API number, DI’s surface name, elevation,depth, and project (region) name• Provided in an excel spreadsheet, which the client will be able to download through DNA.• File can be reformatted and a load template created to import the data using clients ownsoftware.• Direct exports also available from SMT and Landmark Well OWX (ascii) format.
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 8• FormationNameReference.xlsx - list of all the DI Surface Names (Alsoreferred here as SMTPickName) found in the correlations files and theircorresponding geologic age, formation name, regional source project, etc.Correlation Naming Conventions
  • DrillingInfo’s Geological Data Center
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 10DrillingInfo – Geological Data Center Acquired company with significant collection of olddata Multiple clients wanted to donate old “inactive”well data Private Log Library members wanted to dissolvelibrary but preserve collection Storage shed of deceased father-in-law filled with oilcompany records
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 11• Well Logs• Sample Logs• Scout Books• Scout Cards• Well Files• Maps• Many othersTypes of Data
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 12Not so organized…..Organized Data
  • Data Regions and Play Areas
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 14San Joaquin Basin – West RegionSource: DI GeologyWest Region – Wells and LAS CoverageNumber of Wells in West Region 311,158Total LAS Files in West Region 307Surface Correlations – Temblor 25States Included in Region:• Arizona• California• Colorado• Nevada• New Mexico• Oregon• Utah• WashingtonLAS Coverage
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 15Niobrara Shale – Rockies RegionLAS CoverageTotal LAS Files in Rockies Region 14,455# Wells in Rockies Region 288,771# Wells in Niobrara Area 171,268# LAS Files available in Niobrara area 9,034# Wells Penetrating Niobrara withCorrelated Logs5,673Surface CorrelationsNiobrara A 5,733Niobrara B 3,388Niobrara C 5,436Fort Hays Sandstone 5,634Codell Sandstone 4,903Carlisle Shale 4,798Source: DI GeologyRockies Region Includes:• Colorado• Idaho• Iowa• Minnesota• Montana• Nebraska• New Mexico• North Dakota• South Dakota
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 16Regional Cross-Section - NiobraraTop of NiobraraFort HayesCarlileGreenhornD Sand• Correlations made on a regional basis using high densitycross sections• 60+ wells displayed here, W to E• Type of display similar to seismic interpretation• Used to easily identify major flooding surfaces andformationsSource: DI Geology
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 17Niobrara Shale Trend – Isopach Map
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 18Bakken – Rockies RegionLAS CoverageTotal LAS Files in Rockies Region 14,455# Wells in Rockies Region 288,771# Wells in Bakken Area 21,862# LAS Files available in Bakken area 2,107# Wells Penetrating Bakken with CorrelatedLogs1,293Surface CorrelationsBakken (top) 1,293Bakken (middle) 431Bakken (lower) 403Three Forks 473Birdbear 374Source: DI GeologyRockies Region Includes:• Colorado• Idaho• Iowa• Minnesota• Montana• Nebraska• New Mexico• North Dakota• South Dakota
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 19Regional Stratigraphic Cross-Section - BakkenTop of BakkenThree ForksBirdbearSource: DI Geology
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 20Eagle Ford Shale – Gulf Coast RegionSource: DI GeologyLAS CoverageTotal LAS Files in Gulf Coast Region 16,331# Wells in Gulf Coast Region 558,954# Wells in Eagle Ford Area 44,705# LAS Files available in EF area 5,432# Wells Penetrating EF with Correlated Logs 1,475Surface CorrelationsAustin Chalk 1,700+Eagle Ford Upper 1,500+Eagle Ford Lower 1,200+Buda Limestone 1,500+Gulf Coast Region Includes:• Alabama• Arkansas• Florida• Georgia• Louisiana• Mississippi• Texas
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 21Regional Stratigraphic Cross-Section - Eagle Ford ShaleSource: DI GeologyBuda LimestoneAustin ChalkEagle Ford
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 22CLARK-HABY 1Yates Energy CorporationKarnes CountyTable of Calculated Log Attributes for theLower Eagle Ford below.Type Log - Eagle Ford ShaleAustin ChalkUpper Eagle FordLower Eagle FordBuda LimestoneSource: DI Geology
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 23Marcellus Shale – East RegionLAS CoverageTotal LAS Files in East Region 2,251# Wells in East Region 799,587# Wells in Marcellus Area 234,237# LAS Files available in Marcellus area 1,842# Wells Penetrating Marcellus withCorrelated Logs1103Surface CorrelationsTully 1,238Mahantango 842Marcellus 1,103Union Springs 806Source: DI GeologyEast Region Includes:• Connecticut• Delaware• Illinois• Indiana• Iowa• Kentucky• Maryland• Michigan• New Hampshire• New York• North Carolina• Ohio• Pennsylvania• South Carolina• Tennessee• Virginia• West Virginia• Wisconsin
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 24Barnett, Wolfberry, Cline Shale – Permian RegionSource: DI-GeologyPermian Region Includes: New Mexico TexasLAS CoverageTotal LAS Files in Permian Region 19,124# Wells in Permian Region 551,284# LAS Files available in project withcorrelations15,192# Wells Penetrating Wolfberry withCorrelated Logs2,084# Wells Penetrating Barnett withCorrelated Logs2,525Surface CorrelationsWolfberry 2,084Barnett 1,500Cline Shale 811BarnettWolfberryCline Shale
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 25North-South Stratigraphic Cross-Section, Martin Co TexasLower ClearforkWolfcampSpraberry• Gamma-ray logs are facies-shaded to highlight clean limestone and sandstone units• 28 Wells• Flattened on lower spraberry
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 26Granite Wash, Fayetteville, Mississippi Lime - MidContinent RegionSource: DI-GeologyMidContinent Region Includes: Arkansas Kansas Missouri New Mexico Oklahoma TexasLAS CoverageTotal LAS Files in MidContinent Region 2,961# Wells in MidContinent Region 733,694# Wells in Granite Wash Area 55,872# LAS Files available in Granite Wash area 1,298Surface Correlations in Miss Lime area 544FayettevilleMississippi LimeGranite Wash
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 27DI Geology Contact Information Mark Robinson, Director of Geological and Geophysical Productsmrobinson@drillinginfo.com512-519-5539 Lisa LaChance, Sr. Geologistllachance@drillinginfo.com512-519-5530
  • Copyright © 2012, Drillinginfo, Inc. All right reserved. All brand names and trademarks are the properties of their respective companies. 28Next Steps• How do we make the product better?– Additional areas needing investigation– Additional formations needing correlation– Additional geological analysis• Delta LogR analysis• Velocity models• Rock Properties (Poisson Ratio, etc.)• ….• Action Items for the next meeting– ?