I've been developing OpendTect workflows to support my graduate student's research and my University of Arkansas course 3D Seismic Exploration. These are posted and maintained on my Grad Student Blog and links to those blog entries will be given here and updated as new workflows come online.
These may be of some use to those academics and others out there using OpendTect for teaching, research, hydrocarbon exploration or any other application of seismic interpretation.
Isochron and Isopach Maps in OpendTect ... not yet
Traditional Horizon Tracking in Faulted Terrain
OpendTect Fault Mapping in Time Slices
Manual Surface Tracking in OpendTect
Basic Depth Conversion in OpendTect ... not yet
Sunday, March 13, 2016
Friday, January 8, 2016
I am always on the lookout for excellent infographics that masterfully compress complex data into readily understandable displays. Came across one today in The Economist, an interactive graph showing oil reserves for each major producing country and how it varies with oil price. Here is a static screen shot at $40 Brent crude price, about 18% above current price of $33.75: