Subsurface Technology Articles
Cognite - a business putting data in context
Cognite, based in Oslo, has built a business putting oil and gas data in context - working closely with Aker BP - starting with production, now moving to subsurface and drilling data.
30 Oct 2020
CGG GeoSoftware launches interactive WellPath planning technology
CGG GeoSoftware has launched WellPath, a new interactive 3D well path planning solution for optimal well planning in unconventional and fractured reservoirs and offshore development platforms, as part of its InsightEarth® 3D visualization and interpretation software suite.
14 Oct 2020
Geoteric launches revolutionary seismic interpretation products
Geoteric, a leading software and services provider to energy companies globally, announced the launch of its two new revolutionary seismic interpretation products, powered by artificial intelligence (AI): Collaborative AI and Geoteric Stratum.
08 Sep 2020
Equinor signs on for DUG McCloud expertise
High-performance computing experts DUG Technology and Norwegian energy giant Equinor have signed a multi-year deal covering seismic processing and imaging technology.
08 Sep 2020
Mapmakers vs Opaquers - new book by DEJ's editor
Perhaps when people complain about "resistance to change" or "information overload" with digital projects, perhaps the root cause is a lack of a clear map of what the technology is meant to do - some ideas from a book published this week by Digital Energy Journal's editor.
04 Sep 2020
PETROLERN LLC awarded D.O.E grant for real-time subsurface monitoring
PETROLERN LLC, an Atlanta based technology company, has been awarded a $1.2 million grant from the United States Department of Energy (D.O.E.) to further develop and commercialize its state-of-the-art machine learning based technology for real-time acquisition, compression, transmission, and processing of large subsurface datasets.
23 Jul 2020
Energistics - using RESQML to move subsurface data
The RESQML data exchange standard makes it possible to move subsurface data from one software application to another, with no loss of data fidelity. This makes it possible for geoscientists to adopt much more complex workflows with multiple software applications made by different companies, says Ross Philo of Energistics.
02 Jul 2020
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