Exprodat, the oil and gas ArcGIS platform specialist, Esri Gold Partner and Getech Group company, has released a new, updated version of its popular Unconventionals Analyst software for resource play well pattern planning and reserves evaluation.
The company created the Unconventionals Analyst extension to ArcGIS Desktop to help oil and gas companies streamline the processes of optimising shale play well inventory planning and evaluating reserve areas to assist in regulatory reserve management obligations.
Version 224 of Unconventional Analyst includes a host of new features which extend the capabilities of the software to meet the latest user requirements in the rapidly evolving world of unconventionals development planning. As well as supporting the latest version of Esri’s ArcGIS Desktop at version 10.6, the software now includes the ability to create multi-level well laterals and assess pad connections to the local infrastructure, amongst other major new additions.
Exprodat COO, Chris Jepps, explains why Exprodat’s latest software release is so useful for oil and gas companies developing unconventional oil and gas field; “In recent years, our Unconventionals Analyst software has evolved rapidly to assist our onshore unconventionals customers to make the step-change in operational efficiency required to survive the low oil price environment.”
“Of the success stories that we hear, some of the most common include that using Unconventionals Analyst our customers are able to shorten well development planning projects from 6 months to just a few weeks, while also saving potential pad re-design costs by holistically planning field developments up-front.”
“When coupled with the benefits of planning well patterns that are optimised to ensure maximum resource extraction, and therefore oil and gas revenues, the Unconventionals Analyst really is emerging as a must-have tool for the US onshore market.”
To learn more about Unconventional Analyst and to request a demonstration please visit: https://www.exprodat.com/featured/exploration/unconventionals-analyst/