Ikon Science Videos & Past Webinars

Ikon Videos

A selection of Ikon Science webinars are being made available publicly and others are available on demand. Please enjoy this content and get in touch if you need any questions answering! You can also have a look for upcoming webinars

RokDoc 6.5.3

28 Jun 2018 - Recorded in Malaysia

Why Watch

Users may wish to familiarise themselves with the latest tools in RokDoc

Description

Recent enhancements in RokDoc have made RokDoc faster and more flexible to use especially when handling large data sets. This webinar shows the new well data loading, easier manipulation and viewing of log data and attributes in RokDoc, plus general handy tips and tricks for users.

RokDoc 6.5.2 webinar

16 Apr 2018 - Recorded in London

Why Watch

So that license holders can see an overview of the latest features.

Description

Ikon Science has officially released RokDoc 6.5.2 on 26th March.This new release sees significant usability and performance enhancements across the software suite along with enrichment of the reservoir characterisation and ML enabled Python interface as we continue to focus on delivering accessible yet cutting edge science within a collaborative and fully cross-disciplinary platform.

Is it alright to ignore anisotropy when running seismic inversion?

26 Jul 2018 - Recorded in Malaysia

Why Watch

There is a lot of evidence that shales can be highly anisotropic (Vertical Transverse Isotropy). We account for the effects when processing seismic data. We adjust sonic log data drilled in deviated wells before well tie and low frequency model building. But normally we don’t invert for anisotropy. Why is this so? Is it alright to ignore anisotropy when running seismic inversion? If not, what are the implications? Can we actually invert for anisotropy?

Description

This webinar will explore the implications of ignoring anisotropy during inversion and show that on occasions this can have a significant impact on reservoir characterisation, for example, by predicting the wrong fluid in a reservoir rock. We will also review the ways in which to include anisotropy in seismic inversion and describe the limitations.

Browse Basin Webinar

16 Aug 2018 - Recorded in Malaysia

Why Watch

This webinar is a must watch for any persons with potential activity in the Browse Basin or even just a general interest in pore pressure.

Description

Learn how Ikon Science’s technical team of pore pressure analysts has regionally assessed the Browse Basin. With a mission to reduce uncertainty, this study synthesises strati-graphic, structural and basin-history data and delivers an understanding of pore pressure mechanisms and the resultant distribution across a basin.

RokDoc 6.5.1 webinar

29 Jan 2018 - Recorded in Kuala Lumpur

Why Watch

A must watch for all RokDoc license holders

Description

RokDoc 6.5.1 has been released. The entire RokDoc Platform sees significant improvements to visualization, base map controls, handling of horizontal and supra horizontal wells, seismic data loading, and handling of pre-stack data.

RokDoc 6.5.0 webinar

13 Nov 2017 - Recorded in London

Why Watch

A must see for RokDoc license holders

Description

This 20 minute coffee break webinar presented by Kester Waters gives an overview of improvements and new additions to the latest software release. The RokDoc 6.5.0 release offers significant enhancements to user experience, enriched functionality - including Attrimod multi-2D modelling, unconventional rock physics models, and algorithm optimisation and performance enhancements. A first in a series of Ikon Science webinars being made publically available. Others are available on request.

The Challenges of Predicting Pressure in Unconventional Plays: An example from NE British Columbia

29 Nov 2017 - Recorded in Canada

Why Watch

See the application of traditional pore pressure prediction methods in unconventional plays

Description

Pore pressure prediction is a critical input to a geomechanical model, thus it has a key role to play in well planning, fracking optimisation, and maximising production. Most often a pore pressure model is based on mudweights (as direct measurements of pore pressure are not always taken) which can be misleading. Applying traditional pore pressure methods with a fresh approach can prove the difference in building an accurate pore pressure model.

Understanding Seismic Amplitudes - 2D forward modeling workflows in RokDoc

30 Nov 2017 - Recorded in Houston

Why Watch

This talk will help you understand how to explore conceptual geological models by creating and modifying property models and 2D synthetic seismic.

Description

RokDoc 2D property and seismic modeling can help you understand the link between geology and geophysical data in your basin. It also allows modeling of several ‘what-if’ scenarios to help quantify uncertainty. Some of the situations commonly modelled in RokDoc-2D are: Seismic amplitude anomalies due to tuning, hydrocarbons presence/depletion, change in lithology, variation in porosities and pressures.

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