Exprodat’s Team-GIS Software Brings Petroleum Workflows to ArcGIS 10.1

The Exprodat Team-GIS software suite has been updated to support ArcGIS 10.1.

The widely used ArcGIS for Desktop extensions provide simple access to powerful petroleum workflows. All oil and gas companies on the ArcGIS 10.1 platform can now use Team-GIS software for data transfer, play based exploration, license ranking, reserve estimation and well pad pattern planning.

For more information see www.exprodat.com/Software.

The Exprodat Team-GIS software is used by oil and gas teams to achieve real benefits in their every-day work. In providing ‘out-of-the-box’ solutions for petroleum exploration and production workflow, Team-GIS tools harness the power of Esri’s ArcGIS platform to meet the needs of the petroleum sector.

Because the Exprodat Team-GIS software is data independent, oil and gas companies are able to integrate vendor data with their own in-house datasets. This means that, through this enhanced GIS-based spatial analysis, decisions can be made faster, risk can be managed and technical uncertainty is reduced.

Exprodat’s Technical Director, Chris Jepps, says, “Our Team-GIS extensions were designed with the geoscientist in mind. You don’t need to be a GIS specialist or understand niche spatial terminology in order to achieve many complex spatial analysis workflows common in oil and gas. We’re delighted that our extensions are now available to organisations working on the ArcGIS 10.1 platform.”

The Team-GIS software suite comprises the extensions:

  • Acreage Analyst – rank exploration blocks, leases and companies
  • Directory – find, preview and add spatial data, increase ArcGIS user adoption
  • KBridge – transfer data between KINGDOM and ArcGIS
  • Segment Analyst – create play chance maps
  • Unconventionals Analyst – estimate reserves and optimize well patterns.

For additional information on the Exprodat Team-GIS software please contact Jules Cullen or visit www.exprodat.com/Software .

 

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