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Our mapping program is the best on the planet. And we’re making it better every day.

This is a dynamic, ever-changing field. We are committed to providing the worlds most sophisticated and useful E&P software systems to the petroleum industry – always. To that end, as systems, environments, workflows and technical processes evolve, so does our innovative development program.

Software Release Notes

Browse our detailed release notes by selecting one of the links below. On request, Petrosys will be happy to supply composite release notes across a range of product versions.

Releases and Highlights

17.8.4 (03-February-2017)
Version 17.8 focuses on improved mapping and editing of data that make it easier to use consistent map templates across maps of different scales and extents – simplifying final map production and improving map automation workflows. Location maps can be dynamic, and map elements like title blocks can be positioned relative to the map frame; User feedback on the popular spatial editor has helped both streamline and enrich editing operations, particularly when applied to contours and faults. The spatial editor incorporates powerful (new) grid editing capability that updates surfaces as the nodes or associated contours and faults are edited. This allows users to influence surface interpretations without having to go through the contour editing stage; Connectivity is enhanced with direct import of DEM, ArcGrid binary and other Raster files to the Petrosys grid file + the ability to drag and drop objects from a Petrel session on to a Petrosys map; Workflow automation has been enhanced both in the user interface for developing and running workflows and in the underlying functionality such as looping and map generation.
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17.7.6 (6-May-2016)
Version 17.7 touches on a collection of usability, performance, connectivity, automation, direct data access, third-party connectivity and data footprint enhancements to optimise mapping workflows. Highlights include: Improved support for caching of data; Calculate Depth/Velocity relationship based on a formation; Surface Modeling and 3D Viewer upgraded to use Mapping list technology; Added support on Windows to connect directly to OpenWorks and SeisWorks (R5000.8 and R5000.10); 3D Viewer display of fault surfaces; Grid and surface display allows generation and display of associated contours; Enable exchange of seismic surfaces and grids from GeoFrame to OpenWorks; Allow CRS point conversion of a selected XY coordinate pair (LL or EN) from a text file; New interface for entry of dates; and lots more. Read More
17.6.10 (29-July-2015)
Petrosys introduces the Spatial Editor; a powerful tool for interactively creating and editing spatial data from many spatial data sources from within the Mapping application. Also in version 17.6.8: cross plots directly from lists; expanded selection list support for many third-party connections; improved contour annotation; extended Spatial Data Translator; on-the-fly gridding of checkshots; expanded set of supported third-party data sources for Seismic Surface and Fault Stick exchange; OpenWorks® R5000.10 support; gridding of stacking velocities; thematically styled point symbols; and lots more.Read More
17.5.4 (16-September-2014)
Version 17.5 enables the automation of well data transfer within the Surface Modeling workflow framework and allows for well data transfer to Petrel projects, using the Wells Import Wizard. It is the most recent iteration of the 17 series and may be installed side-by-side with earlier versions of Petrosys.Read More
17.4.7 (16-April-2014)
Introducing Petrosys 17.4. Important refinements to Mapping, Depth Conversion and 3D Visualization; the introduction of the first fully 64 bit edition of Petrosys; as well as a range of smaller, but significant, changes requested by users to make workflows even more intuitive.
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17.3sp8 (2-August-2013)
Create, manage and share content faster and with more flexibility using Petrosys 17.3. An incremental release – which can be installed side by side with Petrosys 17.2 – Petrosys 17.3 adds a range of new options, including seamless interaction with Excel and text files, export of geospatial PDFs and support for GeoFrame 2012 and ODM 3.7+, while making refinements to existing functionality.
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17.2sp8 (3-October-2012)
Petrosys version 17.2 introduces the Petrosys Exchange feature. Building on Petrosys’ extensive suite of third-party connections, Petrosys Exchange allows for the transfer of a data type from one data source to another.
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17.1sp1 (16 December 2011)
Building on the 17.0 release, 17.1 focuses on improving Petrosys connectivity with better access to multiple PPDM data stores, extension of Epos connectivity to well clearfix data, ESRI file geodatabase support, and numerous incremental changes to spatial and geoscience applications access.
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16.10 (28-November-2011)
The Paradigm-Epos4 plugin released in 16.9 has been further enhanced in 16.10. In addition to all previous functionality more data types are available.
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17.0sp4 (16-November-2011)
Petrosys 17 is a major release that establishes a new foundation for the Petrosys application family. Petrosys 17.0sp4 is a patch release enhancing the features of the 17.0 release. No project data upgrade or migration is required to run Petrosys 17.
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