Tigress links to CGG and GeoLeader

Integrated interpretation suite doing well since MBO and expanding in Russian market.

A year down the road from its management buy-out from PGS, Tigress reports doubled turnover and has won several new clients—from the FSU, Nigeria, Colombia, Iran, Angola and Brazil. The company has also lifted the lid on the next release of its integrated interpretation suite and added third party applications to its Project Data Store.

Tigress 5.0

Release 5.0 will be available early in 2005 and will include a new version of the Project Data Store—PDS V 2.5. New applications include an automated reservoir characterization module, new production data management and reporting modules, new velocity QC and integration with third party tools. Tigress connects directly to OpenWorks through the Landmark API and to GeoFrame through an updated Geoshare half link.

Russian market

Tigress has been active in the CIS for ten years and has teamed with GeoLeader and its joint venture patner CGG to integrate applications including GeoLeader’s GeoTop petrophysical package and CGG’s 3D interpretation package GeoMig and its seismic quality tool geoQC. Tigress’ flagship client is Italian major ENI, but the largest interpretation conducted with the package was performed by a Russian client—on a field with 17,000 wells.

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