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 6.5.0 webinar

13 Nov 2017 - Recorded in London

Why Watch

A must see for RokDoc license holders


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


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.


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.