Schlumberger releases Petrel 2011 E&P

Offshore staff

OSLO, Norway – Schlumberger has released its Petrel 2011 E&P platform. The new release adds the Studio E&P environment, new productivity, and technological advances, the company says.

Studio Find provides data and knowledge awareness capability as an extension of the Studio Knowledge database, adds Schlumberger. This gives search, browse and select options within the context of the project and inside Petrel. Favorites lets users make a collection of their most often used processes, and Studio Annotate adds information to highlight items.

“We see three key requirements in a modern software system—integration, extensibility and productivity. At the heart of Petrel is the shared earth model, which enables users across the spectrum of E&P disciplines to integrate information and expertise into a robust reservoir representation,” said Tony Bowman, president, Schlumberger Information Solutions (SIS). “These potent integration and productivity capabilities, combined with the extensibility of the Ocean* development framework, offer our clients a much clearer understanding of uncertainty that facilitates smarter investment choices.”

06/21/2011



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