When you send a data order,  there are two possible options for structure: FLAT and FOLDER.


To be able to have the same approach for all the data (historically speaking, also taking into account data reported before the introduction of Blue Book in 2006), the following rules have been established.


General rules:

- In Wellbore names all slashes and whitespaces are translated to underscores. "2/1-1 T2" would become "2_1-1_T2"

- For filenames in the FLAT structure, the different attributes/segments of information will be separated by a double underscore: 2_1-1_T2__LOGS__filename.ext

- All whitespaces are replaced by underscore

- Ampersand is replaced by _AND_

- For both structures, if the file already exist - the rule is to attach another "segment" with double underscore and a sequential number consisting of at least 2 digits to the end of the filename - before the extension. This makes the pattern "__##".
So if the file that is to be put in a folder is named "filename.asc", and this file already exist at this location - the next (duplicate) file will be named "filename__02.asc". Another duplicate would create "filename__03.asc".



FOLDER:

Top level folder will be the WorkOrder ID.

The next level will be the Wellbore name

The third level will be the Data Type attribute coming from the Blue Book (Drilling, Well Log, Rock & Core)

Then there will be the files with the filenames.

Example:



Flat structure:

Top level folder will be the WorkOrder ID.

Then there will be the files with the filenames.
In the flat structure the filename will be modified to start with Wellbore name, then the Data Type and in the end the original filename.
Example:



Duplicate files:



"Translation table"

Data Type FOLDER name / FLAT segment
Well Log WELL_LOG
Petrophysics PETROPHYSICS
Rock & Core ROCK_AND_CORE
Drilling DRILLING
Test Fluid & Pressure TEST_FLUID_AND_PRESSURE
Geology GEOLOGY
Well Seismic WELL_SEISMIC
Well WELL
Well Path WELL_PATH