Industry optimism in the Australasian region is further underscored by the recent release of acreage for petroleum and sequestration exploration.
Energy transition is rapidly gathering pace challenging many energy companies to adapt to new workflows. Petrosys has historically focused on software and services to improve E&P workflows for the oil and gas sector, but it might interest you to know that our products have long been used in other sectors.
Petrosys and Interica co-authored a technical article for First Break online magazine’s December Data Management issue, entitled ‘Total Recall: Obtaining value on demand from unstructured and structured data’. The article details the extensive experience of both companies in dealing with the challenges that face data managers when it comes to categorizing and classifying millions of files and interpretation projects.
CGG joined Petrosys in a live webinar as we showcased how the Petrosys add-in for ArcGIS Pro toolbar can help streamline workflows when working with your data in ArcGIS Pro and other geoscience applications.
Petrosys are no strangers to working with partners and developing 3rd party connections that allow our customers to bring together the data they need with ease. With the highly anticipated Petrosys add-in for ArcGIS Pro coming soon we take a look back at how the story developed.
A ‘must have’ in the office for many of our key sponsors, the GPinfo 2021 Petroleum Permits of Australasia Map will soon be released at the upcoming APPEA Conference in June.
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.