Demystify AI: Automated classification of rock facies using AI

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Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada (PTAC) Conference Centre

Suite 400, Chevron Plaza, 500 - 5th Avenue SW

Calgary, AB T2P 3L5

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Join us to see how Artificial Intelligence is used to solve subsurface problems in the Canadian Oil and Gas Industry.

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Geologists struggle to classify the geometry and properties of an entire reservoir as wireline logs are not complete, missing, or not uniformly collected. This remains a source of uncertainty in reservoir modelling. Unlike traditional techniques, AI/ML can be used to construct synthetic wireline logs for accurate and efficient reservoir modelling, thereby bringing an unprecedented advantage in the development and production of hydrocarbon reserves.

At this event, Dr. Subrata Biswas and Amit Varma from Braintoy will show a real-world example of how an AI was trained to learn from data from ~120 wells to reliably predict well-log data, which could then be used for subsurface applications such as rock facies classification. Participants will see the steps in building the ML model, engage with their tablemates, share constructive feedback, and offer advice in moving the technology forward.

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There is no better way to learn than to experience it yourself. The participants will see real-world examples, engage with their table mates, share constructive feedback with the technology developer, and offer their advice in moving the technology forward.

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11:45 – Lunch

12:10 – Welcome, opening remarks, introductions

12:15 – Case study and demonstration: Automated classification of rock facies using an AI (Speakers: Dr. Subrata Biswas and Amit Varma, Braintoy)

12:40 – Breakout: Constructive feedback, value, and next steps

01:00 – Close

About the CRIN Novel Hydrocarbon Extraction Technology Event Series

This series is intended to highlight live case studies in moving technologies from the lab to the field. The format not only allows participants time to provide constructive feedback but also space to teach each other lessons learned. By exploring these case studies, the CRIN Novel Hydrocarbon Extraction community will be more aware of producer challenges, innovator solutions, and the proven tactics and tools for more effective innovation.

Event Organizers:

Canada's Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA) - As a member of CRIN, COSIA is proud to support the Novel Hydrocarbon Extraction community as a matchmaker and thought leader, bringing the community together for meaningful dialogue and engagement.

Braintoy Inc. - Braintoy is a Calgary based technology startup that believes that AI has become a decisive differentiator between organizations and should be democratized. It therefore built a DIY AI platform that makes it easy for anyone – even with no coding skills – to build, deploy and manage commercial-grade AI applications in a fraction of time.

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Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada (PTAC) Conference Centre

Suite 400, Chevron Plaza, 500 - 5th Avenue SW

Calgary, AB T2P 3L5

Canada

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Organizer Canada's Oil Sands Innovation Alliance

Organizer of Demystify AI: Automated classification of rock facies using AI

Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA) is an alliance of oil sands producers focused on accelerating the pace of improvement in environmental performance in Canada’s oil sands through collaborative action and innovation.

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