Exprodat, the oil and gas ArcGIS platform specialist, has released version 223 of its extensively used petroleum exploration and new ventures software Exploration Analyst.
The enhancements in version 223 build on the existing powerful analytical tools whilst keeping the simple-to-use and data agnostic ethos that has made previous versions so popular with exploration geoscientists around the world.
Using Exploration Analyst in combination with Esri’s ArcGIS platform, oil and gas exploration experts are able to quickly assess basins and plays for hydrocarbon prospectivity and maturity. By easily creating incredible looking play chance maps, generating resource analysis statistics and rapidly ranking acreage, petroleum geoscientists can quickly identify the best opportunities for their organisation to pursue.
Talking about this latest release and the new features it contains, Exprodat’s technical director Chris Jepps explained “This new release of Exploration Analyst delivers even more powerful play assessment workflows, while still being incredibly easy to use. With enhancements to our tools for creating common risk segment maps, analysing pool sizes, estimating yet-to-find and many more, the new release extends the analysis that geoscientists can perform within ArcGIS Desktop – still the premium environment for power users to perform upstream regional-scale exploration data integration and basin/play analysis.“
To learn more about the software, or to request a trial, visit Exprodat’s recently redesigned website.