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Hampson-Russell redesigns reservoir characterisation software

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Seismic reservoir characterisation company Hampson-Russell (owned by CGGVeritas) has launched a redesigned suite of reservoir characterisation software, called HRS-9.

The software has new functionality, and all modules have a common interface and data management system.

It is available as a single application, rather than a suite of separate programs.

The software can use multi-threaded 64 bit computing, allowing for managed use of multiple CPU cores, batch processing for optimum resource scheduling, and the ability to chain processes together that require the output from one process as the input for another.

It can be used for AVO analysis and inversion, and 4D and multicomponent interpretation.

'Our focus was to significantly improve our software in our new HRS-9 release. Geoscientists are now able to perform deeper evaluations with more data and generate better results with less effort, fewer steps and a far gentler learning curve," stated Dan Hampson and Brian Russell, founders of Hampson-Russell software.



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