Tutorial: DCA Interpretation

In this video I cover how to perform an interpretation using Danomics DCA Express platform. We cover loading data, creating a new project, filtering data, setting global constraints on the analysis, manually overriding results, and exporting the results.

CpiLogCalc and User Equations

Within flows the CpiLogCalc block allows you to take advantage of your petrophysical interpretation as well as the petrophysics infrastructure including the equations and functions. This article reviews how to use the native Config equations as well as User equations. Prerequisites Before you start with a CpiLogCalc block you will Read more…

DCA: Exporting Results

This article covers how to export results. Once you have created a new project, modified your interpretation, and customized the economics you will probably want to export the results as a next step. To do this, simply go to File >> Download decline curves… After clicking a confirmation box will Read more…

DCA: Adding Economics

This article reviews how to add economic information to your DCA analysis. Before activating the Economics options is is recommended that you review the articles on creating a new project and modifying interpretations. The Economics module is meant to provide a first order approximation only. For SEC reporting requirements we Read more…

Modifying DCA Interpretations

This article reviews how to modify interpretations well-by-well in the DCA tool. Once you have created a project, as outlined in this article, you should have a project that is fully populated with the default interpretation for every well already performed. However, you should set the global constraints on the Read more…

Flow Component Blocks

This article covers the blocks that are available for constructing flows. This article will be kept updated as more flows tools are continuously being developed and released. Tool Description Type Inputs Outputs CpiLogCalc Select Equations, CPI Files, Tops and Well Header DBs Input Log DB Logs; Points DeviationsToXYZ Process deviation Read more…