Exprodat, the oil and gas geospatial systems specialist, has released its popular Unconventionals Analyst extension for use with Esri’s ArcGIS Pro desktop GIS application.
Unconventionals Analyst supports geoscientists, reservoir engineers, data scientists and GIS specialists developing and managing shale oil, shale gas, coal bed methane and tight sand fields. Users of the software realise huge benefits in cost-savings and operational efficiencies – they do this by easily estimating the number and length of wells that could be drilled within their acreage, rapidly modelling holistic well development plans that take into account complex regulatory constraints to operations, while also calculating the proved undeveloped reserve areas that can be booked with the regulator based on the wells drilled.
These workflows enable unconventionals operators to answer crucial questions such as ‘how many wells and pads do I need to drill my acreage?” or “how much acreage can I book with the regulator?”
Chief Operating Officer of Exprodat, Chris Jepps, explains more about the enhancements within his company’s latest software release and what this will mean for unconventional producers around the world; “In the last 18 months we have seen a surge in interest for ArcGIS Pro across the petroleum industry, and we continue to be a leading Esri partner by releasing further extensions for the world’s most powerful desktop GIS software. With Unconventionals Analyst for ArcGIS Pro we have been able to re-design, enhance and modernise the software, adding new functionality and enhancing algorithms, all the while increasing operational efficiency for our customers.
To learn more about Unconventional Analyst and to request a demonstration please visit: http://www.exprodat.com/featured/exploration/unconventionals-analyst/