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A-Star™ Geosteering Connector
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Import data from StarSteer® geosteering software to Petrel®
Direct Import of lateral well trajectories, logs, tops, typelogs, geosteering interpretations (horizons, faults).
Import data from StarSteer® geosteering software to Petrel®.
Select the data to be imported using the object tree window. The window replicates objects in StarSteer® geosteering project.
Imported data in Petrel.
Display your interpretations, horizons, faults, laterals and tops in different petrel windows. Use imported data for mapping, geomodeling and completion planning.
All data created in StarSteer during the geosteering process can be imported to Petrel® with a single click of the mouse button.
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A-Star™ Geosteering Connector plug-in video
The video shows the process of importing the data from StarSteer® geosteering projects.
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The plug-in allows you to import data to Petrel® from geosteering projects created under StarSteer® geosteering software (www.rogii.com). Typelogs, lateral wells, logs, tops, geosteering interpretations can be imported.
Geosteering interpretation results (horizons, faults) direct import
Lateral well trajectories, wells, tops import
The data can be used for structural mapping, to constrain faults and horizons interpreted on seismic with the geosteering data. Data can also be used for smart completion planning, to optimize the position of completion stages.