Well Ingestion Node

Time to configure node:

1 - 2 mins

Node Status:




Process :

Data Ingestion




Expected Outputs:

IVIZ, csv




Node Information

A consolidated version of the legacy well processing workflow. This node handles the entire configuration process of loading a well into the QEarth workflow.


Opening a workflow from the QApp workflow management section will direct you to the workflow canvas. Create and configure the node with the following steps :

  1. Choose the QEarth product from the list on the right side of the canvas.

  2. Select the Data Ingestion process from the process list.

  3. Choose Well Ingestion and configure settings according to the settings manual .

  4. Click Save if okay or Cancel to return to the workflow canvas.

Note: Only "Cancel" and "Save" options are available before new node creation.


Clicking on a node in a workflow opens up the settings page of a node by default.

  1. Delete a node by clicking the Trash Icon (upper-right)

  2. Click LOGS to view the message and error logs for a node.(bottom-left)

  3. Click Cancel to exit node view.

  4. SAVE the node settings if new node or UPDATE node settings upon changes to settings.

Provides information about the node and provides a reference for the input/output compatibility with other nodes in QEarth.

  1. Inputs Nodes: None

  2. Output Nodes: Compile Well Base



  1. Node Name: Provide a name for the node

  2. Workflow Well Identifier: Provide a name/ID for your well. This will be used to identify the well throughout a workflow

  3. Well Selection: Select a well from QApp's internal database. If you can't find your well, visit the data management menu and ensure that it has been uploaded properly.

  4. Original Well Log Columns: The original name of the log properties in the imported well log. This needs to be a list separated by commas.

  5. New Well Log Column Names: The desired name for the log properties to be used in the modeling workflow. Names need to be consistent across wells.

  6. Desired Log Spacing: Desired sample rate of your log, in the units of the original log.

  7. Interpolation Gap Limit: Threshold for interpolation. Any gap larger than the gap will not be interpolated

  8. Well Surface X-Coordinate: Enter well surface X-Coordinate if available

  9. Well Surface Y-Coordinate: Enter well surface Y-Coordinate if available

  10. Well Kelly Bushing Elevation: Enter the well kelly bushing elevation if available

  11. File Type: Specify the type of file used in the well selection. (.txt, .las, .csv)

  12. Index Column: Specify the column number of a desired column to be used as index (from 1)

  13. Skiprows: Specify the number of rows to skip

  14. Delimited: Specify the type of delimited used in the selected file

  15. Null Value: Specify a placeholder value for null values.

  16. What type of well is this? : If Deviated, perform 17 - 24, else if Vertical skip to 26.

  17. Deviation File*: Specify the file location for well deviation information of the selected well from QApp's internal database.

  18. File Type*: Specify the type of file for the deviation data.(.las, .csv, .txt)

  19. File Delimiter*:Specify the type of delimiter used in the file

  20. Skiprows*: Specify the number of rows to skip, from the top of the dataset.

  21. Survey Type*: Select the type of survey for the well deviation data.(Directional, XYZ)

  22. Depth Column Index*: Specify the column number for the measured depth from the deviation data.

  23. X-Coordinate Column Index*: Column number for X-Coordinate

  24. Y-Coordinate Column Index*: Column number for Y-Coordinate

  25. Z-Coordinate Column Index*: Column number for Z-Coordinate

  26. Is the seismic data in depth or time domain?: If Time, perform 27 - 32, else if Depth ignore and continue with applying the node settings to the workflow.

  27. Depth-Time File**: Select a file from QApp's internal database containing time-to-depth domain conversion data

  28. File Delimiter**: Specify the type of delimiter used for the time-to-depth file.

  29. Two-Way-Time Column**: Specify the column number of the Two-way-time (TWT) values from the time-to-depth data.

  30. Two-Way-Time Units**: Specify the units of the Two-way-Time( (TWT) values. (ms, s)

  31. Skip first "N" Lines**: Specify the number of initial rows to skip