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Fugro-Jason releases new version of PowerLog

Friday, January 27, 2012

Reservoir characterisation technology company Fugro Jason has launched a new version of its petrophysical software PowerLog.

The new version has "significant" new functionality for multi-interpreter collaboration, capillary pressure analysis and visual presentation, Fugro says.

'The multi-user, multi-interpreter functionality in PowerLog 3.3 is unprecedented,' said Eric Adams, Fugro-Jason Managing Director.

'Petrophysicists, geologists and engineers can contribute maximum expertise simultaneously on the same project in this new collaborative environment. Colleagues around the globe can view wells, find pay zones and see how the reservoir connects across the field.'

"A collage of powerful visuals, automatically updated by dynamic viewers, presents field data for review by peers, senior management and clients.

"PowerLog's multi-well capability lets clients quickly view and manage thousands of wells, which is particularly appealing to those with extensive drilling programs.

"The robust database also helps drive the adoption of corporate standards.

"Using the same tables, log scales, settings, colors and lithology patterns, organizations can push standards to every interpreter in the company so that all displays are comparable."



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