Tip 1: Georeferencing

Welcome to the first of our Petroleum GIS Tips series, where members of our training team will explain how to perform a common E&P task or petroleum GIS workflow using ArcGIS Desktop.  First up is an old chestnut – georeferencing an image. Georeferencing Images One day you are lurking by the coffee machine discussing your…

The Investment that Keeps on Giving

At Exprodat we often have to communicate the value of training, especially when times are hard (hello credit crunch). A while ago I came across an interesting blog post on the ESRI Training Matters website which summed this up nicely. It being some months since it was posted, and ESRI being enthusiastic bloggers, it has…

Exprodat hosts GIS workshop at ECIM User Conference 2009

London, United Kingdom, 11th Sep 2009 – Join Exprodat’s Gareth Smith, at the ECIM 2009 E&P Data and Information Management Conference and User Meeting (14th-16th September) and participate in a workshop about the potential of spatial analysis in play assessment. The session will look at how you can ppgress from using GIS purely as a visualisation and…

Exprodat Releases White Paper on Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis for Petroleum GIS Sector

Exprodat releases white paper entitled “Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis—Optimizing Interpolation of E&P Datasets” for use by Petroleum exploration and production (E&P) sector geoscience and GIS professionals.  The paper, which can be downloaded for free from our Members page, explains techniques for selecting suitable interpolation methods for creating accurate surface models using Geographical Information System (GIS) technology.…

Exprodat OilVoice Presentation Available as Movie

The Second OilVoice Forum, themed “Integration in Exploration and Exploitation” took place on January 21st 2009. Exprodat’s Gareth Smith presented a paper entitled “Spatial integration at the play level” which is now available to view online as a movie (please note that for best results OilVoice advise that you use Internet Explorer to view the movie). For more…