E&P software company Paradigm has begun a new collaboration with giant Russian energy company Gazprom and separately with self-styled ‘mapping guru’ software company Petrosys, based in Adelaide, South Australia.
Paradigm has signed a multi-year licence access agreement with Gazprom Geofizika for the use of its software by the Gazprom group companies. Gazprom will deploy Paradigm solutions for seismic processing, interpretation, reservoir characterization, and modelling. The company will also provide training to users at Gazprom who will take advantage of the software during 2010 and beyond. Geoscientists and engineers in 10 Gazprom enterprises will have access to the software. Mikhail Erchenkov, Paradigm director, sales and business development, said the goal was to provide Gazprom with ‘a clear competitive advantage through the most innovative and sophisticated technology’.
In a separate development the company has agreed to develop connectors for Petrosys mapping software to the Paradigm Epos infrastructure to enable an effective integration of Epos repository data with the Petrosys mapping solutions. Petrosys will develop and maintain the links, which will be built using the Epos OpenGeo programming toolkit.
The cross-vendor interoperability offered by the Petrosys connectors complements Paradigm workflows that are said to help geoscientists to seamlessly apply software solutions on data across the Paradigm integrated, multidisciplinary integration framework. The OpenGeo programming toolkit makes it possible to extend workflows to include solutions from multiple vendors.
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