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SKUA-GOCAD - Velocity Modeling and Calibration Using SKUA

In this flexible one to two-day course the student learns how to make the most of SKUA® unique technology to build geologically constrained velocity models and perform efficient time-to-depth conversion. Unlike other solutions where structural complexity is a limiting factor, SKUA structural and stratigraphic modeling enables accurate time-to depth conversion in salt and structurally complex environments, and provides all the tools needed to create geologically realistic velocity models.

1 to 2 days


  • Background in geosciences
  • Some experience in SKUA-GOCADTM, or attend the Modeling Reservoir Architecture using SKUA class

Who should attend?
Geoscientists, engineers, or other technical personnel interested in using 3D modeling technology to model reservoirs.


  • Importing Data
    • Creating a Project and Importing Data
    • Reviewing Data
  • Building a SKUA Model and Geologic Grid
    • About SKUA Technology & Structure and Stratigraphy (SnS) workflow
    • Creating a SKUA 3D Structural Model
    • Creating a Geologic Grid
  • Building a Velocity Model from Seismic Velocity
    • Converting RMS Velocity Functions to Interval Velocity
    • Interpolating the Interval Velocity in the Geologic Grid
    • Building an Average Velocity Cube from the Interval Velocity Model
  • Calibrating Seismic Velocity to Well Data
    • Regional Calibration to the Checkshots
    • Local Calibration to the Well Markers
  • Time-to-Depth Conversion
    • Converting the Interpretation and SKUA Model to Depth
    • Converting the Seismic Cube to Depth
  • Building a Velocity Model for Time-to-Depth Conversion from Well Velocity
    • Introduction to the Dataset
    • Quick Time-to-Depth Conversion Using Pseudo-Velocity
    • Building a 3D Sonic Velocity Model for Time-to-Depth Conversion using Detrending

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