Is it possible to convert a Kingdom project created in WGS84 (all data is in WGS84) to ITRF (International Terrestrial Reference Frame) by simply changing the projection in Kingdom (XY projection)! Or, do I need to import all layers separately in ITRF in Kingdom?

Thanks ]]>

Also, I cannot import new horizons to the project, but i can edit the one that was already created.

Could it be that i have 8.7 32 bit version and the project was from an 8.8 version?

Thanks!

I feel very confident in creating Time-Depth charts for vertical wells on Kingdom, either using checkshot data, or using some average velocities. Let me give you an example with avg velocities:

If I have 2 formations top met at 30 m and 40 m along a vertical well, with corresponding times t1 and t2 respectively, with an average velocity of 1000 m/s, then t1+((40-30)/1000)*2 gives me t2 in TWT, assuming constant velocity. For vertical wells measured depth (MD) is equal to True Vertical Depth (TVD). So the time depth chart is:

MD TVD Time

30m 30m t1

40m 40m t2

So, if we apply this to deviated wells:

If I have 2 formations top met at 30 m (t1) and 40 m (t2) along a deviated well, these values correspond to measured depths. If we have 60 degrees deviated wells from the vertical, then TVD correspond to 30*(cos60) and 40*(cos60), being 15m and 20m respectively (TVD). To calculate t2, with an average velocity of 1000 m/s, shall I:

T1+ ((40-30)/1000)*2 (eq1) or

T1+ ((20-15)/1000)*2 (eq2)

With Time-Depth chart to enter in IHS Kingdom:

MD TVD Time

30m 15m t1

40m 20m eq1 or eq2

Thank you very much in advance.

]]>I know Vupak displays surveys in a 3D brick volume, but I just want the values of a specific time slice to show depth and essentially appear 3D.

I tried to convert my amplitudes to time with a simple math calculation of maximum curvature and this did not create depth in the display on Vupak, even after I stretched the Z-axis. Or do I just need to convert the whole amplitude brick volume to time by using the simple math calculation and then use that brick volume and create attributes from it? ]]>

Thanks in advance ]]>

Many tks in advance. ]]>