As the festive season is now upon us and 2018 fast approaching, we at Petrosys are reflecting on what has been a busy and eventful year.
After the success of Petrosys PRO 2017.1, we have now turned our attention to Petrosys PRO 2017.2 and what we can do to continue to develop and progress our software, ensuring our clients have the best user experience possible.
With the recent release of Petrosys Pro 2017.1 comes the roll out of the updated training manuals coinciding with the new Map Template standards implemented in the Pro release.
Dear Steve, I have some polyline Petrosys faults, but I would like to get the X,Y, heave and throw values from these faults and out into an ASCII file. Can I do this using Petrosys?
Using the default standard gridding method in Petrosys will produce great results. But sometimes geoscientists would like to have more control of the process.
Many of us, believe it’s just easier to click ‘Don’t Send’ and move on, after all, my crash report won’t change anything anyway, will it?
Petrosys is introducing a new webinar series, ‘Prospect Mapping – From Interpretation to Volumes’. Running monthly from September to December the series will cover Time Structure Maps, Depth Maps, Thickness Maps and Computing Volumes from a Net Pay Grid.