The ODMTM database is designed to handle a large range of different data types so that information that’s usually stored in separate specialist databases is now all in one place – this makes analysis, integration and manipulation seamless.
As well as diverse well data, ODM also has direct datalinks to industry tools Petrel, Openworks, Geolog, OpenSpirit, Interactive PetrophysicsTM and Stratabugs.
ODM acts as a data transfer tool between data systems, and allows users to bypass clunky corporate interpretation tools by bringing the data into ODM and working there.
Data can be displayed:
- on well templates and data reports
- on bubble or production maps, or maps which indicate zones in the oil leg
- in cross-plots to show poro-perms or production data
- as spreadsheets based on SQL data queries or user-defined criteria such as facies within perforated intervals
Users can also create curves or data criteria via a powerful macro/VBA-style scripting language. With ODM, data can be analysed and interpreted efficiently, all in one place.
The images on the right of this page demonstrate some of ODM's data integration tools.
A selection of some of the data types which can be integrated include:
- wireline log data or user-generated curves
- picks (including qualifiers and uncertainty ranges)
- interval data (including qualifiers)
- sequence stratigraphic data
- biostratigraphic data
- production data
- geochemical data
- palaeographic maps
- GIS and cultural information
- grids imported from other mapping systems
- document and web-based resources