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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

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Petrel - a shared platform for subsurface and drilling

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Ameziane Seddiki
Schlumberger


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Talk Description
Applying geologic knowledge to drilling operations works best when drilling and subsurface teams share a common understanding. Petrel provides the means to visualize and analyze drilling and subsurface data within a single platform, and allows you to respond quickly to changing conditions for safer and more efficient operations. With Petrel, drilling domain practitioners are empowered to enhance well productivity, boost drilling performance, control drilling risk, and reduce uncertainty.

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