Prompted by some ongoing work with a few clients - we have been using Elasticsearch to overcome the challenges when trying to make sense of decades worth of unstructured reports, documents, and generic files, in an effort to get the data easily into the hands of subsurface technical teams we decided to investigate different ways of loading data from multiple sources, further evaluating the capabilities of Elasticsearch.
In Petrosys PRO you can create bubble maps using data from most of the EP well data stores that connect to PRO. Data from text is also supported, such as CSV and other column based files.
To contact your local support from 23rd December 2020 to 6th January 2021 please EMAIL and a member of the team will get back to you as soon as possible.
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
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.
In the latest software release of Petrosys PRO 2020.1 new functionality has been added to improve quality and efficiency when mapping faulted horizons.
With the release of Petrosys PRO 2020.1, users are now able to display raster imagery with XYZ data as grids in Mapping and, in general, use across the software as part of any workflow.