Calgary-based geoLOGIC and P2 Energy Solutions, (formerly Qbyte) have teamed to offer value added data and decision support software to the Canadian market. The deal integrates P2ES’ Petro-LAB front end with geoLOGIC’s Data Center which opened a couple of years back (OITJ June 2005).
geoLOGIC president David Hood said, ‘We belive that engineering, land, geology and management professionals should be able to access the data they want, using the software tools they choose. This collaboration will open our data to a new segment of users within the industry, while giving our current geoSCOUT users access to the best features of Petro-LAB.’
Peter Huggard, P2ES senior VP added, ‘Current clients have the choice of using Petro-LAB to query multiple public and proprietary data sources including the geoLOGIC Data Center (gDC).’ The companies are planning more data services over the coming months, details will be released after consultations with existing and potential customers. The gDC leverages a PPDM V3.7 database to serve a user base in Canada, the US and overseas. Hardware includes dual redundant, high performance UNIX servers with live failover capability. More from email@example.com.
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