Secret group leverages Petrodata hosting

Landmark’s Team Workspace data and application hosting is used by 18th round AMI group.

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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