MJ Systems is to offer its ‘LogSleuth’ raster image log library to users of users of GeoLogic’s GeoScout application suite. GeoScout users now have on-line access to a library of over 1.3 million raster images of original well logs from over 360,000 wells drilled in Canada. GeoLogic CEO David Hood said, “This agreement gives our users timely access to a high quality set of historic data with the ability to apply their own unique interpretation and store the result in their GeoScout databases. LogSleuth also offers users the ability to modify and correct log image parameters such as depth registration - a great time-saver.”
Alberta-based GeoLogic was founded in 1983. The GeoScout exploration information system is caters to all disciplines in oil and gas and provides access to well, reserves and land information with presentation mapping, cross section, engineering and data management tools that enable the user to manage both public and proprietary data. MJ Systems introduced the concept of well logs on fiche back in 1971. MJ System’s library was converted to rasters in the late 1990’s. MJ has since delivered over 200 million micro fiches to some 1,500 customers.
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