An undisclosed Area of Mutual Interest (AMI) group of three oil companies will be using Petrodata’s Stavanger hosting center for net-based collaboration on the Norwegian 18th licensing round. The group will load project data into a suite of Landmark interpretation applications to create a virtual project room using the Team Workspace web-portal.
Petrodata MD Trond Hanesand said, “This break-through for asset-centric collaboration will enable license groups to realize the benefits of on-line collaboration. The solution offers significant cost savings over multiple copies of data and applications at each project member’s facility—or physically co-locating personnel.”
All team members access data and interpret in one centralized project hub, removing the need for data duplication and the associated risk of synchronization errors. The solution includes a conferencing facility which enables net-based meetings to take place, displaying real-time data and interpretations.
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