Welcome to MAPPING GURU, the newsletter that contains the latest news and information from Petrosys.
In this issue:
Petrosys PRO 2017.1 – Launching September 2017
Get ready for the next generation of Petrosys software with our newly branded release, Petrosys PRO 2017.1 launching September 2017. Featuring not only a new name and new look & feel, but a huge advance in how corporate mapping standards are applied across regions. Read More.
Join us at the SEG Conference & Exhibition 2017 – Houston is Open for Business!!
Petrosys is exhibiting at 87th Annual SEG Conference and Exhibition in Houston from September 24th – 29th, 2017. Drop by Booth #119 to catch up with our Houston and Calgary teams. Read More.
The Petrosys Mapping Challenge
The all new Petrosys Mapping Challenge was back at the EAGE in Paris, we asked participants to critique a ‘poor’ map and then showed how Petrosys can overcome these common problems.
Volumetrics Based on Net Sand Thickness
In Petrosys, volumetric calculation on net sand thickness can be performed using the Surface Modeling module – let us show you how!
Petrosys User Group Meetings – London & Perth
Petrosys is pleased to announce that we will be holding 1/2-day user group meetings in London, UK and Perth, Australia and we invite all clients at currently supported sites to attend. Read More.
Petrosys Aligned with GPinfo
Petrosys is pleased to advise that going forward we will be aligned with GPinfo – the definitive source for Australasian Petroleum Exploration Information.
17.8 Late Enhancements – Spreadsheet Looping
Learn about important new functionality and bug fixes in Petrosys release 17.8, including the ability to loop over workbooks, or columns of data (variables) within an Excel worksheet.
The Big Book of Petrosys Maps, Volume 6
Volume 6 is out and the winner of the Petrosys Mapping Guru 2017 title has been decided.
Webinar Series: Prospect Mapping – From Interpretation to Volumes
Over the next few months Petrosys will be introducing a new webinar series, ‘Prospect Mapping – From Interpretation to Volumes’ featuring 4 webinars running from September to December. Read More.
I have some polyline Petrosys faults, but I would like get the X,Y, heave and throw values from these faults and out into an ASCII file. Can I do this using Petrosys?
Meet the Team…
Ebelio Espinola from our Perth office joins us for a quick Q&A. We learn all about his typical work day and where he would love to jet off to on his next vacation.