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Fugro Jason launches PowerLog 3.4 petrophysical software

Friday, January 11, 2013

Reservoir characterisation software company Fugro Jason has launched PowerLog 3.4, the latest version of its petrophysical software.

The software is designed to help do better petrophysics and rock physics.

The software can be used for multi-well, multi-interpreter well log interpretation, capillary pressure analysis, statistical mineralogy, facies classification and rock physics modelling.

The new version makes it easier and faster than ever to perform complex petrophysical analysis, Fugro Jason says.

Smart batch loaders can rapidly load massive volumes of data, including well headers, LAS files, deviation surveys, zones, zone parameters and well tops, to get the job done in a fraction of the time typically required.

There is a better system for printing.

It is easier to import interpretations from other systems and export results for mapping and analysis.

'Our customers count on us to meet their evolving analytical needs and generate workflows associated with petrophysics and rock physics,' says Eric Adams, Fugro-Jason Managing Director.

'PowerLog continues to be an invaluable tool for well log analysis and preparing well data for inclusion in seismic inversion and reservoir characterization workflows.'



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