Selecting Default Components (Wells)
You can load multiple deviation, checkshots, marker and LAS files for a specific well. For each type of component, you can use a default component or manually select a component to define the well. This applies to deviation, checkshots and markers.
Tip: You may want to use a default well component for all the sessions in a project. Otherwise, you can manually select another well component to be used only for a specific session in the project and not affect users who are working in other sessions in the same project.
- See Defining Well Path to load a deviation survey for a well. Repeat the steps to add multiple deviation surveys for the well.
- See Defining Time/Depth Pairs to load a well checkshots file. Repeat the steps to add multiple checkshots files for the well.
- See Defining Well Markers to load a markers file. Repeat the steps to add multiple markers files for the well.
- In the Control Panel, open the Well tab.
- Double-click a selected well to open the Configure Well window.
- Open a well component tab. In this example, open the Path tab.
- At Selected Well Path, select Use Default Well Path to use the default well component to define the well.
- Under the Actions column, you can change the default well component to be used by selecting Default at the respective well component. You need to have ownership of the well to define the default well component.
- Alternatively, you can manually select a component to be used for the well in the specific session. To do this, choose Select Well Path Manually at Selected Well Path.
- Under the Actions column, click the Selected button to select the component to be used for the well. The Selected circle will be shown in green.
Tip: In a scenario where there is a single well head with different paths, you should not be adding multiple well paths for this well. In Insight, these are treated as different wells. However, there is a scenario where you could have multiple well paths and that commonly happens to a prospect well (which is yet to be drilled). For an actual well, you would have a single well path.