With the release of Petrosys PRO 2023.1, users can take advantage of the new X Section module. Simply click on the X Section button from the Mapping window. This will generate a cross section for the currently displayed map area and associated data.
Faults play a large role in how we perceive the distribution of sediments and migration of fluids throughout the subsurface. As such, understanding fault patterns, behaviour and growth is critical throughout the O&G sector and has vital implications for CCS development.
The recent PLDB™ Focus Group Meeting in Adelaide has proven to be a successful meeting of expert minds who made great strides to shaping the direction of the Petrosys Prospects and Leads Database into 2019.
Introduced in Petrosys PRO 2017.1 to help users save time and streamline their workflows, tasks in Surface Modeling containing Excel spreadsheets can now be scripted and looped.
The Petrosys user community in Houston and Calgary will join Petrosys staff in a series of Executive and user meetings being held throughout March.
We often edit and share data as Excel spreadsheets. How can I display this type of data on my map? [...]
The next generation of Petrosys' solution for managing unstructured data - digital seismic and log records, scanned well completion reports, [...]
In our rollout of Petrosys 17.3 the two features that have probably shown the broadest appeal are the dramatically improved [...]