Petrel ‹—› Isatis Link

User’s Guide

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Petrel 2014 and Petrel 2015.Petrel ‹—› Isatis Link The Petrel ‹—› Isatis Link consists in a module/plugin in Petrel Petrel 2013.PIP file. § the discrete properties to be exported. The IsatisLink Processes can be used either interactively or in a workflow. use Petrel/Ocean Plugin Manager from Petrel File Menu and select the appropriate . A consistency check is performed to verify that the numbers of nodes in all directions match and then the cell values are copied in the new or existing Petrel grid property. In case of troubleshooting. The objects that can be exported by this interface are: o Petrel grids with optional properties. After installation and Petrel restart. § if you want to export markers - A Grid import from Isatis to PetrelTM which allows you to get one grid variable back from Isatis to an existing Petrel pillar grid. - A Points import from Isatis to PetrelTM which allows you to import a Points File as a Petrel PointSet. - A Surface import from Isatis to PetrelTM which allows you to import one surface variable from Isatis to a new Petrel surface. o Wells from which you may specify: § the continuous properties to be exported. - A Surface Export from PetrelTM to Isatis which allows exporting a simple Regular surface to Isatis. To install. This plugin allows the exchange of data from PetrelTM to Isatis and vice versa. The module is provided for 64-bit versions of Petrel. zone surfaces and contacts. The Petrel-Isatis Link adds a button “About IsatisLink” in the Help menu that gives information about the configuration. new icons (for Petrel 2014+) and Processes are available.com). Four processes are available: - A Grid+Wells export from PetrelTM to Isatis. send the content of the display to Geovariances Technical Support (support@geovariances. The new Icons are located in the Property Modeling Ribbon. 2 .

III. Troubleshooting 4 4 7 8 10 10 11 11 12 12 12 13 13 13 14 14 14 14 15 15 16 16 17 3 .II.III. Exporting F. Export Grid and Wells to Isatis A.III. Import Isatis Grid Variable into a Pillar Grid B. Isatis Input File B.I. Isatis Output Data E. Advanced Connection Parameters H.II. Export Surface to Isatis E. Importing E.I.Table of contents A. Import Isatis Points C. Petrel Output File B.II.I. Petrel Output File D. Importing D.III. Petrel Input Data E. Exporting B. Isatis Input File D.II. Isatis Output Data A.I.III.I. Petrel Output PointSet C. How to update the Data File Manager in Isatis G. Isatis Input File C. Import Isatis Surface Variable into a new Petrel surface D. Importing C. Petrel Input Data A.II.

compute Volumes between Contacts and specify some Grid Properties to export. - Export Grid Properties.I. A. In this mode. you will specify a Pillar Grid and its properties. 4 . and/or markers. When exporting only some zones. It will be exported flattened (equivalent to the SimBox visualization mode). Expor t Grid and Wells to Isatis This interface allows you to export a Pillar Grid and some of its properties along with Wells with their well continuous/discrete logs. export some Horizons. you’ll get as many Isatis Grid as you specified zones.A. You can export either all Zones at Once or only some Zones. Petrel Input Data You have first to define the data to be exported.

This mode is equivalent to the first one but adds a list of Upscaled Logs to export as Isatis Pseudo-Well Logs. all zones will be sent at once. Petrel Grid - Pillar Grid.J) column. This mode combines the two previous ones except the Well Logs will be exported Flattened (each log sample is located in the SimBox Grid and exported with SimBox coordinates). When checked.- Export Well Logs only. - Export Grid Properties and Flattened Well Logs. you will specify some Input Wells along with Continuous or Discrete Logs plus some optional Well Markers. you need to select a list of Zones of interest and the Export will create as many files of each kind as you have selected zones. one Well Lines file.II. Select a grid (model) in PetrelTM main interface then press the arrow to drop the grid name in the export interface. A. - Export Grid Properties and Upscaled Logs as Isatis Pseudo-Wells. You’ll get one Isatis Grid file. You will get as many Lines files as you specified Grid Zones to export. You will get as many Lines files as you selected Grid Zones and those Lines files will contain only vertical Pseudo-Well. each well corresponding to a particular (I. - All Zones at Once. 5 . Those will be exported as an Isatis Lines files in real space. In this mode. one Surface Grid file… When unchecked.

- Export Surfaces. Note that if dropping Well folders. - Compute Volume between Contacts. Select one or several Wells in PetrelTM main interface then press the arrow to drop the Wells names in the export interface. If needed. this option will export the Top and Bottom surfaces of all the selected Zones of the Pillar Grid. You can also use the Drop Plus Arrow that will append to the list instead of replacing the whole list. Select one Well Index variable in PetrelTM main interface then press the arrow to drop the Well Index property name in the export interface. all the Wells inside the Wells folder are selected instead. you can here select Zones from the Grid Zone Filter list. Indeed. - Pillar Grid Property. The Bottom and Top surfaces will be exported as variables in an Isatis 2D Grid. When selecting Wells. it will be automatically set in the drop box above. please use Property Modeling > Geometrical Modeling from PetrelTM processes window. Select one or several Upscaled Logs in PetrelTM main interface then press the arrow to drop the Upscaled Logs names in the export interface. each file containing the Top and Bottom Surfaces variable. The Well Index property must be a Discrete one and its associated names will be used to name the Vertical Pseudo Wells created during the export. Upscaled Logs can be either Discrete or Continuous. you’ll have as many Grid Files as you selected Zones. - Upscaled Logs to export as Pseudo-Wells. - Wells. You may select a Top and Bottom Contact between which the volume is computed. Otherwise.- Zones. the list of Well Logs and Well Discrete Logs are automatically updated. When exporting All Zones at once. When selecting a Zone that does contain sub-zones. To create the Well Index property if you don’t have one in the Pillar Grid. select one or several properties in Petrel TM main interface then press the arrow to drop the property names in the export interface. Check this option if you need to get the Volume of each cell stored as a new variable in the Isatis 3D Grid file. If activated. A. sub-zones are selected instead. Petrel Well Logs You have then to specify the well data to be exported: 6 . When not exporting all Zones at once. Upscaled Logs must belong to the already selected Pillar Grid. If no parent grid has been previously defined. The surfaces are adjusted in order to ignore dead cells (no-volume cells) in the zone.III. an expansion factor between the flattened grid cell volume and the real Petrel cell volume is to be stored. all the surfaces will appear in the same Grid file. - Optional Well Index.

A. Leave this option clear if you wish to select the properties to be exported from the list. Click this button to specify the advanced Isatis database connection parameters. The default is to run locally a new database server.o Check the option Export All Continuous Logs if you want to export all Well Continuous Logs in one go. possibly allowing several points to be exported for the same well/marker name combination. § The Drop Arrow allows you to select Marker Collections. directory and files in Isatis. - Connect. You also have to indicate how to connect to the Isatis database (the default option should work in most cases). This feature is particularly useful when the process is run from a Workflow. This feature is particularly useful when the process is run from a workflow. - Advanced. click this button to connect to the database server. If left empty. After setting the advanced parameters. Leave this option clear if you wish to select the properties to be exported from the list. o Check the option Export Well Markers to export the markers associated to the selected Wells into a separate Isatis point file with the same name as the Well Marker. 7 .IV. o Check the option Export All Discrete Logs if you want to export all Well Discrete Logs in one go. all the Marker Collections will be used.Isatis Output Data You now have to choose the destination study.

Mesh and Rotation to get the Isatis grid use almost the same coordinates as the Petrel Pillar Grid (can be useful in cases where the Grid is almost regular). o Approximate from Pillar Grid. - Two options are then available: o Check Create Lines File to create new Lines (+ Points) file in the Isatis database. The “Revert I Axis” and “Revert J Axis” are also set by this action. - (New) Directory Name. Once connected. This option allows to mirror the grid horizontally or vertically. The grid will be flattened and the grid mesh. they are exported in the real space. File_Name (Discrete) and their Header counterparts). Enter the name of the grid file where the imported data will be saved. Y0. If the file already exists. select the Isatis Study where the data will be exported. If you export the wells alone. origin and rotation will be the ones you indicated in the interface. Enter the grid mesh for the created grid.e. - Grid Definition. o Revert I Axis. Enter the name of the directory where the output files will be stored. Z0). Revert J Axis: Export the cells with higher I (respectively J) index to Isatis Cells with the lowest IX (respectively IY) rank and vice-versa. Automatically sets the Grid Origin.- Existing Study. It allows you to get a flattened grid with better coordinates (You may enter a new origin (X0. - (New) Grid File Name. it is exported flattened (like it appears in the Simbox visualization mode of Petrel). Two files are created in Isatis. it will be first deleted and created again. Enter here a name for the Lines File to be created. Well Id) (see Isatis documentation for more info). DY. - Press Apply to export the selected grid and wells while leaving the interface open. a new mesh (DX. Exporting - Press OK to export the selected grid and wells and close the interface. This file name can be a non-existing one in which case it will be created. - - (New) Lines File Name. Note that Isatis can only support Regular 2D and 3D Grids so when you export the grid. Wells are exported in the system of the flattened grid. If you export Wells and Grid at the same time. This character string will be used for naming the four files (ex: File_Name (Logs). DZ) and a rotation angle around Z).V. o Check Append to Existing Lines File to append data to already existing Lines file if it exits. A. This means that all coordinates of the wells-related files will be either flattened-grid space or real-world coordinates depending on the fact 8 . This directory name can be a non-existing one in which case it will be created. a Lines File that contains the sample values and an attached Header Points File that contains the header information (i.

otherwise. If you create new variable in the Isatis flattened grid. The volume is only computed between the entered Top and Bottom Contact. you may create a macro selection on the well name variable using the Isatis “File -> Selection -> Macro” menu. Also. If the specified directory does not exist. the properties will be mirrored and the information will be attached to the file so that importing back Isatis variables of this exported Grid will populate the right cells of the Pillar Grid. 9 . When you choose to export “All Zones at Once”. For the Markers File. If the “Revert I Axis” or “Revert J Axis” options are checked. Those files are only created if some or all Discrete Properties have been selected. Those files are only created if some or all Log Properties have been selected. several files will be created or modified: - A Continuous Log Lines file plus its linked Header Points file. If you select several wells.that you export a grid at the same time or not. Grid Properties will be stored in the 3D Grid File as well as the Volume Expansion Factor if asked to compute volume. the same bunch of files will be created for each Zone with all the filenames being prefixed by the name of the exported Zone. If the option in cleared. all the previously mentioned files are created/updated. The name of the file used for the surfaces is the name of the Grid File entered in the interface suffixed by “ – Surfaces”. Please note that the contacts themselves are not exported but the Expansion Factor can be used in Isatis Volumetrics window to compute Oil or Gas volumes. The Volume Expansion Factor is the factor by which we must multiply the Isatis grid cell volume to obtain the original volume of the corresponding Petrel cell. new samples will appear in all those files. you can reload them in Petrel using the Petrel module “Import Isatis Grid Variable into a Pillar Grid” described below. it will be checked that the number of nodes is consistent with the number of nodes of the Petrel grid underlying regular grid. The same applies for the surfaces 2D Grid file used to store horizons. The grid mesh will also be checked for consistency between what you indicated here and in the existing grid. it will be created. only the markers that are inside the grid are exported in this file. when wells are exported at the same time than a grid. - A Discrete Log Lines file plus its linked Header Points file. If the files already exist and the option Append to Existing Files is selected. If the file specified for the 3D grid does not exist. If a grid is specified. All those wells-related files will be deleted if they exist and if the option Create Files is selected. Each 3D Grid created by this export has information attached about the Top and Base K of the Zone so that new variables retrieved from Isatis to Petrel later on will come in the right position. only samples falling inside grid cells will be exported. it will be created. - A Markers Points File containing all the markers for the selected wells.

Select the variable that you want to import. Click this button to specify the advanced Isatis database connection parameters. - Directory Name. click this button to connect to the database server. Select the grid file containing the variable to import. If this variable is a macro variable.I. directory. The default is to run locally a new database server. - Advanced. Isatis Input File You have first to specify the Isatis study. - Variable Name. Impor t Isatis Grid Variable into a Pillar Grid This interface allows you to import one Isatis grid variable inside an existing Petrel Grid. You also have to indicate how to connect to the Isatis database (the default option should work in most cases).B. 10 . Then select the directory where the grid file to be imported is stored. - Existing Study. select the Isatis Study from where the data will be read. - Grid File Name. - Import the Whole Macro Variable. The Isatis grid and the Petrel underlying regular grid must have the same number of cells in all directions. - Connect. When the imported variable is a Macro variable. file and variables that you want to import from Isatis. Once connected. you may either read the Whole Macro Variable or specify which index to read (Macro Variable Index). B. Warning: this may be very long and may clutter the Petrel Data Tree with a lot of unuseful variables. After setting the advanced parameters. activating this option will create as many properties in the Petrel Pillar Grid as the Isatis Macro Variable has indices.

Importing - Press OK to import the Isatis grid variable into PetrelTM and close the interface.B. some (hidden) information has been attached at Export time. - Press Apply to import the Isatis grid variable into PetrelTM while leaving the interface open. You will have to modify it afterwards. B.III. This means that you cannot create the grid corresponding to one Zone only from within Isatis. Complete Grids can come without this information attached but partial grids (corresponding to one Zone) or mirrored (I or J Axis Reverted) must have this information. This option is not available if you asked to Import the Whole Macro Variable. Then enter the name of a new property that will be created. Select the grid (model) in Petrel TM main interface then press the arrow to drop the grid name in the import interface. This Grid property will be overwritten with the variable contents.II. check the option Use Existing. it will be attached to the General Template. When the grid comes from a previous “Export Grid & Wells to Isatis”. it will be set automatically in the drop box above. check the option Create New. - Two options are then available: o If you want to make use of an existed property. If no parent grid has been previously defined. The geometry of the Isatis grid is checked against the one of the Pillar Grid (the grids must have the same number of nodes). 11 . Then the Isatis variable content is transferred to the selected property. Then select the Grid property of your choice in PetrelTM main interface then press the arrow to drop the property name in the import interface. o If you want to create a new property in Petrel. If the property has to be created. Petrel Output File - Pillar Grid.

- Variable List. it will list all the float variables contained in the Input Points File at Import time so that you don’t have to select them in the list. Select the 3D Points file containing the variable to be imported. - Advanced. C. Once connected. Isatis Input File You have first to specify the Isatis study.C. Click this button to specify the advanced Isatis database connection parameters. file and variables that you wish to import from Isatis. - Points File Name.I. It is particularly useful for workflows if the list of variables have changed since the last time you imported your file. Lines) but the complete geometry will be lost for the two latest ones.II. You also have to indicate how to connect to the Isatis database (the default option should work in most cases). After setting the advanced parameters. C. Grid. Select the float variables that you want to import if you do not ask to import them all. Enter the name of the PointSet that will be created in PetrelTM. Impor t Isatis Points This interface allows you to import one Isatis 3D Points file with a selection of float variables as a new Petrel PointSet. Note that importing Isatis 2D points in Petrel is not possible. If you wish to do so. Then select the directory where the 3D point file to be imported is. The Isatis file can be of any organization (Points. directory. - Existing Study. Petrel Output PointSet - New PointSet Name. - Connect. 12 . - Import All Float Variables. When true. click this button to connect to the database server. select the Isatis Study from where the data will be read. please convert the points in 3D beforehand using File/Data File Manager/Convert 2D-3D. - Directory Name.

D. - Grid File Name. When the variables are imported. inside a new Petrel surface. You also have to indicate how to connect to the Isatis database (the default option should work in most cases). You will have to modify it afterwards. i. D. The default is to run locally a new database server. Impor t Isatis Surface Variable into a new Petrel surface This interface allows you to import one Isatis surface variable. Then select the directory where the grid file to be imported is stored. click this button to connect to the database server - Existing Study. file and variables that you want to import from Isatis. After setting the advanced parameters. select the Isatis Study from where the data will be read. directory.I. a 2D grid variable. - Variable Name.e. the new pointset will be added to it. Select the variable that you want to import. 13 .C. Once connected. - Connect. - Advanced. - Directory Name. A new folder named Import from Isatis is created in the Petrel project. If this variable is a macro variable. Importing - Press OK to import the Isatis Points file + variables into PetrelTM and close the interface. - Press Apply to import the Isatis Points file + variables into PetrelTM while leaving the interface open. Click this button to specify the advanced Isatis database connection parameters.III. Select the grid file containing the variable to import. If it already exists. you also have to specify which index to read (Macro Variable Index). properties will be created in PetrelTM and will be attached to the General Template. Isatis Input File You have first to specify the Isatis study.

It will create a new Grid File with an Elevation variable. - Surface. If it already exists. it will be imported as it is (by default. Select a PetrelTM regular Surface from the main interface (Input tab) then press the arrow to drop the surface name in the export interface. If several surfaces share the same regular grid definition. Enter the name of the surface that will be created in Petrel TM. it will be converted in meters while being imported into Petrel. Expor t Surface to Isatis This interface allows you to export a regular Surface from Petrel to Isatis. Importing - Press OK to import the Isatis surface into PetrelTM and close the interface. the same Isatis Grid File can be used.D. E. A new folder named Import from Isatis is created in the Petrel project. - Press Apply to import the Isatis surface into PetrelTM leaving the interface open. The Surface must be regular and either be in the Elevation Depth domain or contain one and only one 14 .III. Petrel Input Data You have first to define the data to be exported. Note that if the variable is of Length type in Isatis (please refer to the Isatis documentation for more information). D.II. Petrel Output File - New Surface Name. Horizons from the Models tab cannot be selected. it will be considered as being in meters). E.I. If it is a standard floating variable. a new surface will be added.

directory and file in Isatis. E.Depth property.III. - Directory Name. it will be created. otherwise. Exporting - Press OK to export the selected surface and close the interface. it will be created. Isatis Output Data You now have to choose the destination study. Click this button to specify the advanced Isatis database connection parameters. Enter the name of the directory where the output files will be stored. - (New) Variable Name. they will be automatically set in the drop boxes below (respectively with the Surface Name and “Elevation”). The default is to run locally a new database server. it will be checked that the number of nodes is consistent with the number of nodes of the Petrel surface underlying regular grid. This directory name can be a non-existing one in which case it will be created. so the Surface must either be in the Depth domain or contain one and only one property in the Depth domain (i. Time Surfaces not converted to Depth are not supported). After setting the advanced parameters. Only Depth surface are supported for the moment. it must have the same regular grid definition (at least in terms of number of nodes). Enter the name of the grid file where the imported surface will be saved. It the existing grid file is incompatible. - Grid File Name. - Existing Study. If the specified directory does not exist. You also have to indicate how to connect to the Isatis database (the default option should work in most cases).e. The Variable whose name appears in the interface will be created and will contain the Elevation for each sample of the Surface Grid. - Connect. 15 . you’ll have to delete it from the Isatis interface. If it does already exist. E. - Press Apply to export the surface while leaving the interface open.II. This file name can be a non-existing one in which case it will be created. Once connected. select the Isatis Study where the data will be exported. Enter here a new variable name corresponding to the Elevation. click this button to connect to the database server. - Advanced. If no Grid File name or Variable name has previously been defined. If the file specified for the 2D grid does not exist.

G.F. Advanced Connection Parameters This window allows you to choose some advanced parameters for the connection to the Isatis database. This action will automatically update your project and all the data you have imported from Petrel will be displayed in Isatis Data File Manager. you might have to update Isatis Data File Manager to update the list of files and variables. How to update the Data File Manager in Isatis If Isatis was running in background while you imported your data From Petrel. The default parameters should work in most cases however under specific installation cases. This connection is made by running a special tool called GTXserver which reads and writes in the Isatis database. To do so. The first option allows selecting between running a new GTXserver instance or connecting to an existing one: 16 . you may have to specify some of those parameters. go in “File/Data File Manager” and press the button Refresh.

The interface needs to locate Isatis studies on the target machine.config.exe.- Run GTXserver: This option (the default) runs a new GTXserver each time you click the Connect button in the main Import/Export interface. For example for Petrel 2009. You should check if those variables are present by using Control Panel -> System -> Advanced Parameters -> Environment Variables. In the moduleGroups.config file located in Petrel installation. in a multiple user environment. you may need to specify where the study list is located. By default. GTXserver listens on port 5500. this is $HOME/. this port must have been unblocked in the firewall configuration on the server machine. If you cannot reinstall Petrel. Use Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs. you may override this default setting when manually running GTXserver by specifying the “-port” option.IsatisLinkModule. § - GTXserver Path: name of the executable to be run instead of the default one. Use an already running GTXserver: This option enables the connection to a server which has been started manually by either double-clicking on the GTXserver executable in the Isatis installation folder or by starting it from the command line. - I get an error at installation saying that Petrel Installation cannot be found Petrel installation creates some environment variables called Ocean200XHome. If those variables are missing. Isatis keeps a list of studies with their physical paths in the user’s profile. H. If the same user is running GTXserver and Petrel. this should not be a problem. installation fails to modify Petrel configuration files. You must uninstall the plugin/link if already installed. the line: <add moduleType="Geovariances. the file may be located in C:\Program Files\Schlumberger\Petrel 2009\Petrel. IsatisLink" /> The portion of file should end-up with a text equivalent to the following one: 17 . You may use the reserved word “localhost” to mean the local machine on which Petrel is running or enter the name of the machine on the network on which GTXserver has been run. o Port: TCP/IP port on which the GTXserver is being listening. Locate the IsatisLink entry and remove it.g. the application tries to locate the Isatis installation and run the associated GTXserver executable. select this option and specify in the next field which executable to be run. you should consider reinstalling Petrel. the same port must be used when connecting to the server. If you do not have those variables. it could be a PC/server running Linux. However. - I get an error at installation saying that the plugin registration failed Sometimes. It should contain a list of moduleTrusts and moduleGroups. The GTXserver may have been started either on the local machine or another machine on the network.isatis. Under UNIX/Linux. Open this file with a text editor. Note that if GTXserver is running on a separate machine through a firewall. If you wish to run another executable. you may have to add these variables. o Force GTXserver Path: When this option is left clear. You must in this list. The computer running GTXserver may not necessarily run Windows. there is a list of modules in which modules are registered. In this case.IsatisLink.exe. then install the new version. Troubleshooting - Installation failed and said that another version of the module is already installed. This is the preferable way to connect to the Isatis database except for debug purposes or to connect to a remote machine. o Host: name of the machine on which the GTXserver has been started manually. However. search for the string: “oceanConfiguration”. On a Windows user account. for examples Ocean2009Home = c:\Program Files\Schlumberger\Petrel 2009. you will have to interactively modify the petrel. Activating this option should only be useful if the application cannot find the Isatis installation by itself. If this happens. this is %APPDATA%\Geovariances\Isatis (e. o DATA Path: this field should be left blank in most cases. Ocean plugins cannot be installed.: c:\Documents and Settings\username\Application Data).

set the Name to GTX_SERVER_TRACE and the Value to 9.VR. Use a File Explorer to browse the C:\ folder.IsatisLinkModule.Sandbox. This means that either the plugin has not been installed or not registered correctly. please send us the most recent GTXserver_trace and GTXClient_trace files. a window opens with only a quick explanation of what it does instead of the full User Interface. a Message Box appears beforehand to tell you what happened. To do so.config file. Under the User Envionment Variables List. If you have several files.Petrel. you must exit Petrel and create two new environment variables.exe. Attach to your email the Ocean Log Files that can be found in the Petrel installation folder. …" --> <add trustName="Default"> <modules> <!--<add moduleType="Slb.1\OceanPetrelException. press New.Circle.1\OceanPetrel.1\Extensions). how can I do this? When encountering an unexpected behaviour of the plugin.VR. IsatisLink" /> </modules> </add> - There is no IsatisLink menu in the Processes tab.txt.1.1" productFamilyName="Ocean for Petrel"> <moduleTrusts> <add trustName="PetrelExtension" publicKeyToken="14ef4a483ef6a64b" /> <add trustName="Default" /> </moduleTrusts> <moduleGroups> <!-. - The IsatisLink menu is present. Use Control Panel -> System -> Advanced Parameters -> Environment Variables. Then run Petrel and the Import/Export process again. For example.g. what should I do? First try to reproduce the problem and send a message to Geovariances Support explaining what operation you are trying to do (a screenshot of the Import/Export window may help). Slb.dll file. Geovariances support team may ask you to activate GTXserver calls tracing.: C:\Program Files\schlumberger\Petrel 2009. - I received an unexpected exception and have being said that the exception log contains more information. the files to be sent will be C:\Program Files\schlumberger\Petrel 2009. When this happens. If it does exist.Module. Slb.<oceanConfiguration productName="Petrel 2009. This is a debugging method used to track all calls to the client library and answers from the GTXserver. refer to the previous question about the registration of the plugin. Press OK and use New again to add a GTX_CLIENT_TRACE variable with a value of 9 too. Press OK in the Environment Variables window.Petrel.Add Ocean API based modules here. you have to check the petrel.Sandbox" />--> <!--<add moduleType="Slb.1 and higher). To activate the tracing.log.IsatisLink. please consider reinstalling the plugin. It should contain a file named GTXserver_trace_xxxx. Check if this folder contains the IsatisLink. Installation creates files in the Petrel Extensions folder (e. - I’ve been asked to activate GTXserver tracing.txt and GTXClient_trace_xxx. with Petrel 2009. 18 . If so.TDxReader" />--> <add moduleType="Geovariances.TDxReader. but when I try to open a process.Ocean.Ocean.log and C:\Program Files\schlumberger\Petrel 2009.Module. If not. please send us a screenshot of the message + a copy of the “Help->About IsatisLink” information (available only in Petrel 2009.