On Wednesday, March 3, Rogii had the honor of teaching a Geosteering Fundamentals workshop at the Ohio Geological Society in Columbus, Ohio. The class included a diverse group of geoscientists and engineers with experience ranging from the petroleum industry, environmental groups, government agencies, and academia. It was a unique opportunity to introduce and discuss the fundamentals of geosteering with the discussion being very engaging and informative.
The workshop was taught by Rogii Senior Technical Analyst, Stephen Clark and lasted for most of the day. Beginning with basic geosteering vocabulary and fundamental theory, the workshop quickly moved into practical application via real world example wells being re-steered in Rogii’s StarSteer geosteering software. Throughout the day, questions ranged from basic StarSteer functionality to advanced application in the real world to integration of multi-disciplinary geoscientific data. Finally, the ability to re-map on a regional scale integrating newly geosteered interpretations was demonstrated. It is Rogii’s hope that attendees, in addition to basic geosteering fundamentals, learned how geosteering can be applied to petroleum problems and are now able to better understand how this technology is discussed and used in industry and elsewhere. Thank you to Mac Swinford and the Ohio Geological Society for the opportunity and all our best to all workshop attendees!
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