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5 Essential Analysis, Mapping, and Visualization Applications Designed for Petroleum Professionals

5 Essential Analysis, Mapping, and Visualization Applications Designed for Petroleum Professionals

When it comes to software, we do not believe that one app fits all should apply to every industry. This is especially true for the Oil and Gas - in particular, Petroleum - industry. Discover our top five recommendations for software solutions that allow industry professionals to streamline tasks, analyze data, and get ahead of their competitors now.

1. Seismic and Well Data. Simplified.

Designed with streamlined data processing in mind, the Integrated Geodetics Toolkit does just that. Its expansive package of data conversion and formatting tools allows users to quickly read and load well survey and seismic navigation information into a common Esri Geographic Information System (GIS) format for visualization and analysis. Employed as an Add-In for ArcGIS, it is an essential toolkit for businesses and teams working with large amounts of data that need to be converted, 3D coordinates, survey reports, seismic formats not accepted by ArcGIS, and so much more.

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2. Alignment Sheets. Simplified.


Any industry that relies heavily on infrastructure like pipelines needs to have access to reliable Alignment Sheets - even better, companies need to be able to generate these resources accurately and timely. The Integrated Folio application offers a refreshingly simple approach to creating Alignment Sheets within an ArcGIS environment, making the process fully flexible and customizable with the help of ArcGIS Map Books and toolkit-specific configuration files.

With this solution, companies can now easily fuse together data from multiple sources - like APDM, PODS, etc. - as well as client-specific databases to build data rich resources that serve as both a comprehensive view of the corridor and infographic of your pipeline system.

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3. Fate and Transport Modeling. Simplified.


Planning is the key to Emergency Preparedness and Response. Although modeling disaster scenarios is complex, the challenges cannot stand in the way of compliance with regulatory requirements and public expectations. With the extreme consequences of liquid leaks or spills, it is imperative that companies develop land-based spill models that are realistic.

This is where Integrated Offsite comes into play. A toolkit for ArcGIS, this solution employs proven algorithms that account for variations in factors like surface cover, fluid properties, soil absorption, and terrain/topography to create a comprehensive model of the speed and land cover likely to be impacted in the event of a spill.

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4. Facility Siting. Simplified.


When it comes to the construction and life-cycle of assets in an oilfield, planning can be tricky and time-consuming. These processes require input from multiple parties, consideration of both infrastructure and areas, and evaluation of results generated from such a study. It is a long, tedious process for which ever step must be accounted.

Thankfully, applications like Integrated Geomancy allow Geographic Information System (GIS) users and Petroleum professionals to determine potential locations and plans based on flexible, realistic, and configurable data within the region being developed. Even better? Its tools produce multiple results and testing situations in a fraction of the time that typical planning processes take to generate a single solution. Mind. Blown.

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5. Spatial Data. Simplified.


This final solution may not have been built with the Oil and Gas industry in particular in mind, it still adds immense value to those working within this field. These companies typically have massive amounts of files relating to spatial locations, like the Permian Basin in West Texas. They are typically considered reference materials or reports, available to users as PDFs and Microsoft Office documents.

Just because they are not ArcGIS Feature Classes, Shapefiles, and Rasters does not mean your team cannot organize and visualize them based on the locations they represent.

The GeoEnrichment extension for the Integrated Marco Commander application helps to achieve this feat. By identifying the spatial location keywords from the text in each file, these reference materials are classified based on most-commonly mentioned keywords and wrapped into individual point and attributes in a common Esri Geographic Information System (GIS) format to be visualized in ArcGIS. This allows your business to quickly access documents that reference a particular basin or region, reducing the amount of time spent sorting through PDFs and speed-reading the contents of each file.

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