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Oilware utilizes our powerful well log data tools and extensive subject matter expertise within a proven framework to develop robust data management solutions.  

EzTools Database Loader provides a rich set of data loading and quality control tools for loading well log data using your business rules into your proprietary database or an industry-standard PPDM data model.  Oilware's Database Loader is avalable for both Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server implementations.


  • Multi-platform graphical user interface

  • Selective conversion/data loading based upon::

    • FILE -  Sub-files within a DLIS, LIS or BIT file.

    • FRAME - Groups of curves with the same acquisition characteristics.

    • DEPTH INTERVAL - Restrict curve values to the interval of interest.

    • CURVE - Only convert the curves of interest.

    • PARAMATER - Select and edit parameters for output.

  • Supports renaming of CURVES or PARAMETERS upon loading

  • Supports changing of UOMs for CURVES to ensure correct units for further processing

  • Supports WELL HEADER modification


Pre-load Data Verification

Business rules can be configured to perform a validation prior to loading data essential for a master data repository.


Configurable Business Rules

Validation is easily configurable to be as strict or open as necessary.  Support for multiple data validation schemes


Complex Data Structures

Full support of complex array channel data such as that found in DLIS, LIS, and WellLogML.  Full support for "fast channel" LIS data and multiple sample rate frames found in DLIS.


Original Format Archival

Load DLIS, LIS, BIT, LAS, WellLogML, or a variety of ACSCII log data formats in their original formats.


Multi-Volume Archival

Flexible support for multi-volume archiving (such as CDs, DVDs, RAID Systems, etc.)


Support for "BLOBS" or Disk File Storage

EzTools Database Loader can be configured to load actual curve values along with the curve metadata into a relational database.

Data Export

Data retrieval in user specified format (LIS, LAS, etc.) regardless of the input or archival data format.

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