Folks, deals offices’n stuff

This month’s short takes:- Mechdyne builds Saudi visionarium, ExxonMobil extends Peloton license, John Wilson is new president of Trade-Ranger, CGG opens HPC hub in KL, Lynx opens office in Algeria, INT and Open Spirit Corp. team on consulting and more…

INT and OpenSpirit are to work together to provide consulting solutions to the upstream oil and gas market, leveraging their previous experience on the OpenSpirit integration framework. Mechdyne has installed the world’s first digital active 3D stereo rear-projected, curved-screen display for Landmark’s Dubai office. The system can display multiple data windows from different video sources on top of a background application. ExxonMobil is planning to extend its worldwide license for Peloton’s WellView to include drilling data management and morning reporting. John Wilson is the new president and CEO of Trade-Ranger and Cindy Hassler is VP marketing. Trade-Ranger is to open its European headquarters in Brussels in Q2 3003. Bertrand du Castel will not be seeking re-election to the POSC Board this year. du Castel is now head of engineering at SchlumbergerSema’s smart card division. A new website— offers petroleum engineers, geologists and technologists free calculators for ‘medium-complexity’ computations, graphics and data access. Beijing Huayou Gas Corp. is to deploy MRO Software’s , Maximo to manage its 1,098 kilometers gas pipeline operations. CGG has opened a regional computing hub in Kuala Lumpur. The hub will be managed by CGG Asia Pacific MD Azmi Ismail.Kader Sakani is general manager of Lynx Information Systems’ new Algeria office. Lynx Geodata offers exploration data scanning, seismic, well and map vectorization, tape copying and reformatting and GIS products. Calgary-based LogTech has a new release of its well log application LOGfx. The software displays LAS and image log data simultaneously and color shading of digital logs for interpretation.

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