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With the release of WellCAD 5.4 right around the corner, let’s look back at the features and improvements from previous versions. In WellCAD 5.2 and WellCAD 5.3, ALT introduced several new modules, improved the Image & Structure Interpretation (ISI) Workspace and CoreCAD functionality, and added numerous enhancements to the basic WellCAD module.
The Covid-19 pandemic is quickly changing the way Mount Sopris Instruments can do business in a global economy. The following updates are based on new “shelter in place” regulations recently announced by the Mayor of Denver.
Visit Mount Sopris Booth 914 at the NGWA’s Groundwater Week Exhibition December 4-5th to see the NEW! fully digital MSICAM360 borehole video camera running live on a standard 4-conductor wireline geophysical logging winch!
Don’t miss meeting Mount Sopris Instruments and ALT at the 2019 Fall Symposium for the Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists (RMAG) and the Denver Well Logging Society (DWLS). The Symposium will be held on October 22nd and will focus on Multiscale Imaging for Reservoir Optimization through a wide range of insightful talks from industry leaders.
Come see David Huffington and Marcus Donaldson from Mount Sopris and Qteq at the 2nd Annual Western Groundwater Summit September 17-19, 2019 in Sacramento, California. Drop by and see how borehole geophysics and Borehole Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (BMR) logging can help identify productive zones and quantify aquifer parameters.
Don’t miss seeing the NEW CoreCAD Workspace in action for WellCAD software Version 5.3. We will be demoing the software during next week’s Unconventional Resources Technology conference (URTeC) here in sunny Denver, Colorado in Booth 948. WellCAD version 5.3 was just released last week. The new version comes with some exciting upgrades to the way in while we can log are characterize core in the CoreCAD module.
Jim LoCoco and David Huffington of Mount Sopris visited the Geoprobe headquarters in Salina, Kansas, USA to demonstrate the new 19GR Nano-Gamma probe, the world’s thinnest natural gamma ray tool. The tool was able to distinguish the soil horizons through the push-rods.
Wireline logging hitch boom Wireline Field Engineers guarantee delivery and execution of well logging operations to customers. A few of their many activities and tasks include leading a crew of Operators, applying procedures for efficient operations of wireline...
Mount Sopris geophysicist Lia Martinez will be meeting with our Bolivian representatives, Terratec srl this weekend: August 25th and 26th at the Expo Bolivia Minera exhibition in La Paz, Bolivia. This show is the largest annual mining show in Bolivia, with over...