Shell subsidiary chooses Finder (June 1999)

Shell’s Malasian subsidiary, Sarawak Shell Berhad (SSB) has awarded Schlumberger a three-year contract to establish a Seismic Data Management System.

GeoQuest will load and quality control seismic and associated navigation data with its Finder integrated data management system. "GeoQuest is pleased to be part of this solution, the first in Malaysia, which will position Shell Malaysia for the next millennium," said Tony Blunden, operations manager for GeoQuest East Asia. GeoQuest partner Guardian Data Seismic of Australia, will also offer technology and services for managing seismic tapes, seismic sections, reports and associated observer logs.


"We look forward to working with GeoQuest to integrate seismic data with processing and interpretation and to make data available to users on-line at the push of a button," said Lee King Sim, senior manager of geophysics and subsurface IT with SSB. The SSB contract is the third data management contract awarded to GeoQuest's East Asian region in the last three months.

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