Landmark has just renewed its worldwide technology agreement with BP. The new three year agreement includes a range of Landmark’s integrated geological, geophysical, reservoir simulation, drilling, well engineering and project data management software. Landmark will also continue to provide technical support, training and consulting services.
BP VP Steve Peacock said, “Landmark’s integrated software forms a key part of our work processes across petrotechnical disciplines and all parts of the value chain.” BP and Landmark have been working closely together in developing advanced 3D and 4D visualization and interpretation, interpretive seismic processing, petrophysical analysis and dynamic reservoir modeling applications that enable improved drilling success and enhanced production from existing fields. Landmark president Andy Lane added, “This demonstrates the value that Landmark technology brings to BP’s business and the results obtained by combining BP’s E&P expertise with our integrated software.”
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