The way in which we view and interact with maps of all types and across all sectors of life and industry has changed significantly too. As the self-proclaimed ‘Mapping Gurus’, here at Petrosys, we have a clear interest in how our customers work with maps, which has recently raised the question – why do we need printed maps when digital maps are so readily available?
Petrosys PRO users can connect and work directly with Petrel data without having to import it into Petrosys PRO, but sometimes the icon may disappear when Petrel is updated. It's an easy fix.
Improve your mapping standards by taking advantage of the latest scientific colour gradients. We have added a number of perceptually uniform and ordered gradients to new release Petrosys PRO 2020.1, created by Fabio Crameri
You worry that your portfolio is disconnected from any database or geological data sources. The visibility over the entire exploration portfolio is poor and you fear that sooner or later, you will miss some incorrect resource estimation and, therefore, make a poor decision for where to invest your companies limited resources. Surely there must be a solution to your problems? There is, and it’s called PLDB.
Dear Steve...I have been using the Probabilistic Resource Calculator (PRC) in Petrosys PRO successfully to create risked volumes of my prospects. However, I now find myself struggling to manage our exploration portfolio on spreadsheets. Is there a better way to manage the evolving portfolio? Yes, you can, It's called PLDB.
Petrosys is pleased to announce the acquisition of Globe Claritas™ Seismic Processing Software from GNS Science in New Zealand.
Significant new features and updates for PLDB in dbMap/Web 2019.4 including, Risk Model Guidance Enhancement, Tornado Plots, and Well Failure Analysis Enhancements.