CGG, Landmark to collaborate on geosciences technology integration

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – Halliburton’s Landmark software provider and CGG have agreed to a geosciences technology collaboration.

The collaboration aims to allow seamless access to interpretation and reservoir characterization technologies and geoscience data from both companies using Landmark’s DecisionSpace. A series of workflows enabled by the platform will be delivered through connectivity of geoscience applications and data, the companies said.

Additionally, Landmark and CGG will engage with customers to develop a new class of E&P workflows to meet existing and emerging industry challenges. These next generation software suites will support improved prospect generation, well location and path definition, completion design, development planning, and reservoir management.


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