Sneak Preview Demos of TGUA
In my last blog I provided a sneak preview of Team-GIS Unconventionals Analyst (TGUA), our soon-to-be-released well planning and reserve forecasting ArcGIS Desktop extension for unconventional resource projects.
In this blog post I’d like to whet your appetite further by providing some links to short movies that we’ve put together demonstrating TGUA’s functionality.
|Creating optimum unconventionals drilling patterns
Example showing the use of Team-GIS software to optimise well drilling patterns for unconventional gas exploration and production.
|Calculating accurate unconventional reserve areas
Example showing the use of Team-GIS software to calculate areas of unconventional gas reserves based on well results.
|Forecasting unconventional reserve volumes
Example showing the use of Team-GIS software to forecast coal bed methane reserves based on a planned drilling campaign.
As mentioned in my previous post, TGUA was developed in partnership with a leading global integrated natural gas company, and provides significant and measurable business benefits. Drilling a single well can cost close to a million dollars, so using TGUA to reduce the number of wells can bring huge savings, not to mention environmental benefits.
In addition TGUA simplifies the process of calculating and forecasting compliant P1, P2 and un-booked reserves, ensuring accurate reporting to regulatory bodies.
The software is optimised for coalbed methane (CBM) or coal seam gas (CSG) projects, but can also be applied to shale gas applications.
For further details watch this space over the coming weeks, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Posted by Chris Jepps, Technical Director, Exprodat.