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Project FORCE ML Competition 2020 Synthetic Models and Wells

General

Country:

N/A

Data summary:

OpendTect project with Synthetic Models and Wells. For image data extraction and training.

OpendTect license information:

License key protected parts of OpendTect (OpendTect Pro and the commercial plugins) can be used on this data set without license keys because the software does not check for license key when it runs on this data set.

Supported for OpendTect:

6.6 and onwards

Size:

2.2 GB (uncompressed), 1.6 GB (download)

License:

Creative Commons 4.0

Download:

Contributors

Competition organiser:

FORCE

Original seismic:

Value added products:

dGB Earth Sciences created the OpendTect project.

FORCE

Equinor created Synthetic Models

Schlumberger created Synthetic Models

dGB Earth Sciences created the OpendTect project.

Survey Parameters

Survey type:

Only 3D

Inline range and step:

1, 151, 1

Crossline range and step:

1, 589, 1

Z range and step:

0, 3.6, 0.004 Time

Inline bin size (m/line):

18.75

Crossline bin size (m/line):

12.5

Area (sq km):

20.84

More Info

FORCE Machine Learning Competition 2020 information

Here you will find more information about the FORCE Machine Learning Competition 2020.

We show you how to get a headstart with OpendTect 6.6 and how to make and train your own models by using the OpendTect 6.6 Machine Learning plugin:

- the dgbes.com FORCE Machine Learning Competition 2020 webpage

- the Machine Learning Webinar videos on YouTube

- download and install OpendTect 6.6 beta

- Develop your own models documentation

- Machine Learning Workflow: Wells Log-Log Prediction (Density)

- Machine Learning Workflow: Wells Log-Log Prediction (Porosity)

- Machine Learning Workflow: Wells Lithology Classification

- Machine Learning Workflow: Seismic bodies (Supervised 3D)

- Machine Learning Workflow: Seismic Unet 3D Fault Predictor

- Machine Learning Workflow: 3D Seismic + Wells Rock Property Prediction

- Machine Learning Workflow: Seismic Image to Image Faults Prediction

Available Data

Synthetic Models:

  • Equinor_issap20_AIi.cbvs
  • Equinor_issap20_Fault.cbvs
  • Equinor_issap20_Pp.cbvs
  • Schlumberger_800_SLB_Force_Fault_Model_BlockId.cbvs
  • Schlumberger_800_SLB_Force_Fault_Model_Circular_Noisy_Amplitude.cbvs
  • Schlumberger_800_SLB_Force_Fault_Model_Circular_NoNoise_Amplitude.cbvs
  • Schlumberger_800_SLB_Force_Fault_Model_Circular_VeryNoisy_Amplitude.cbvs
  • Schlumberger_800_SLB_Force_Fault_Model_Flat_Noisy_Amplitude.cbvs
  • Schlumberger_800_SLB_Force_Fault_Model_Flat_NoNoise_Amplitude.cbvs
  • Schlumberger_800_SLB_Force_Fault_Model_Flat_VeryNoisy_Amplitude.cbvs
  • Schlumberger_800_SLB_Force_Fault_Model_Hybrid_Noisy_Amplitude.cbvs
  • Schlumberger_800_SLB_Force_Fault_Model_Hybrid_NoNoise_Amplitude.cbvs
  • Schlumberger_800_SLB_Force_Fault_Model_Hybrid_VeryNoisy_Amplitude.cbvs
  • Schlumberger_800_SLB_Force_Fault_Model_IsFault.cbvs

WellsLogs:

  • 15_9-13
  • 15_9-14
  • 15_9-15
  • 15_9-17
  • 16_10-1
  • 16_10-2
  • 16_10-3
  • 16_10-5
  • 16_11-1_ST3
  • 16_1-2
  • 16_1-6_A
  • 16_2-11_A
  • 16_2-16
  • 16_2-6
  • 16_4-1
  • 16_5-3
  • 16_7-4
  • 16_7-5
  • 16_8-1
  • 17_11-1
  • 25_10-10
  • 25_11-15
  • 25_11-19_S
  • 25_11-24
  • 25_11-5
  • 25_2-13_T4
  • 25_2-14
  • 25_2-7
  • 25_3-1
  • 25_4-5
  • 25_5-1
  • 25_5-3
  • 25_5-4
  • 25_6-1
  • 25_6-2
  • 25_6-3
  • 25_7-2
  • 25_8-5_S
  • 25_8-7
  • 25_9-1
  • 26_4-1
  • 29_3-1
  • 29_6-1
  • 30_3-3
  • 30_3-5_S
  • 30_6-5
  • 31_2-19_S
  • 31_2-1
  • 31_2-7
  • 31_2-8
  • 31_2-9
  • 31_3-1
  • 31_3-2
  • 31_3-3
  • 31_3-4
  • 31_4-10
  • 31_4-5
  • 31_5-4_S
  • 31_6-5
  • 31_6-8
  • 32_2-1
  • 33_5-2
  • 33_6-3_S
  • 33_9-17
  • 33_9-1
  • 34_10-16_R
  • 34_10-19
  • 34_10-21
  • 34_10-33
  • 34_10-35
  • 34_11_1
  • 34_11-2_S
  • 34_12-1
  • 34_2-4
  • 34_3-1_A
  • 34_3-3_A
  • 34_4-10_R
  • 34_5-1_A
  • 34_5-1_S
  • 34_6-1_S
  • 34_7-13
  • 34_7-20
  • 34_7-21
  • 34_8-1
  • 34_8-3
  • 34_8-7_R
  • 35_11-10
  • 35_11-11
  • 35_11-12
  • 35_11-13
  • 35_11-15_S
  • 35_11-1
  • 35_11-6
  • 35_11-7
  • 35_12-1
  • 35_3-7_S
  • 35_4-1
  • 35_6-2_S
  • 35_8-4
  • 35_8-6_S
  • 35_9-10_S
  • 35_9-2
  • 35_9-5
  • 35_9-6_S
  • 35_9-8
  • 36_7-3
  • 7_1-1
  • 7_1-2_S

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