This webinar featured a 1-hour presentation by Mrs. Sarah Stanley and Mrs. Deborah Sacrey (CVs below). An interactive Q&A with Mrs. Stanley and Mrs. Sacrey followed their presentation.
On October 14th Mrs. Sarah Stanley and Mrs. Deborah Sacrey discussed how cloud services can make machine learning (ML) applications for seismic interpretation available on-demand. Using the Niobrara formation as a case study and the powerful Paradise® AI workbench running on Amazon Web Services (AWS), this webinar showed a typical workflow for Stratigraphic Analysis and Fault Detection using these tools:
- Attribute Generation
- Attribute Selection
- Stratigraphic Analysis
- Fault Detection
- Geobody Generation
- Integrated Interpretation
Senior Geoscientist and Lead Trainer
Sarah Stanley joined Geophysical Insights in October 2017 as a geoscience consultant, and became a full-time employee in July 2018. She has over 37 years of industry experience and has worked as a petroleum geoscientist in various domestic and international plays since August of 1981. Her interpretation experience includes tight gas sands, coalbed methane, international exploration, and unconventional resources.
Deborah Sacrey is a geologist/geophysicist with 45 years of oil and gas exploration experience in the Texas, Louisiana Gulf Coast, and Mid-Continent areas of the US. She specializes in 2D and 3D interpretation for clients in the US and internationally. She started Auburn Energy in 1990 and built her first geophysical workstation using the Kingdom software in 1996. Deborah then worked closely with SMT (now part of IHS) for 18 years developing and testing Kingdom. Deborah has become an expert in the use of Paradise® software and has over five discoveries for clients using the technology.