|[December 20, 2012]
Fugro-Jason Launches Easy-to-Use PowerLog 3.4 for Petrophysics
HOUSTON --(Business Wire)--
Fugro-Jason, the leader in reservoir
characterization technology for the oil and gas industry, announced
the immediate availability of PowerLog®
3.4, the latest version of its flagship petrophysical software.
"PowerLog continues to be best in class for petrophysical and well log
analysis." said Eric Adams, Fugro-Jason Managing Director. "Key
enhancements demonstrate our commitment to performance and efficiency."
PowerLog enables multi-well, multi-interpreter well log interpretation, capillary
pressure analysis, statistical
classification and rock
physics modeling. The new version mkes it easier and faster than
ever to perform complex petrophysical analysis. Smart batch loaders can
rapidly load massive volumes of data -- well headers, LAS files,
deviation surveys, zones, zone parameters and well tops -- to get the
job done in a fraction of the time typically required.
High quality SDI print solutions improve output quality. Importing
interpretations from third party partners and exporting results for
mapping and analysis is simple and straightforward. New environmental
corrections, zone parameters saved from processors and sophisticated
batch well bore path computation modules make PowerLog 3.4 a truly
accurate, user-friendly petrophysical package.
"Our customers count on us to meet their evolving analytical needs and
generate workflows associated with petrophysics and rock physics,"
continued Adams. "PowerLog continues to be an invaluable tool for well
log analysis and preparing well data for inclusion in seismic inversion
and reservoir characterization workflows."
PowerLog works with EarthModel®
FT and Jason™
reservoir characterization software to support the seismic to simulation
workflow. EarthModel FT integrates structural modeling, reservoir
property modeling, upscaling and direct output to most flow simulators.
Jason addresses a wide variety of geologic settings and challenges with
reservoir characterization; wavelet
to seismic ties; and 2D and 3D
delivers innovative software products and services to help clients
identify and produce hydrocarbon deposits by integrating information
from the various geoscience disciplines. Fugro-Jason software
applications make it possible to integrate geological, geophysical,
geostatistical, petrophysical and rock physics information into a single
consistent model of the earth. Applying Fugro-Jason's technology through
its software and consulting services substantially improves E&P
investment return by adding invaluable reservoir model information to
reduce the risks, costs and cycle-times associated with exploration,
appraisal and field development and production. Fugro-Jason is an
operating company of Fugro NV. Fugro was founded in 1962 and is listed
on Euronext NV, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Fugro has more than 14,000
staff and a permanent presence in more than 60 countries.
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