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March 25, 2016
petroWEB Announces the Launch of globalseismiclibrary.com, A Free Access Seismic Data Library

DENVER — petroWEB Inc. today announced Global Seismic Library (GSL) will now be available as a free service via www.globalseismiclibrary.com. GSL is a global catalog of commercial multi-client seismic and gravity/magnetic data coverage. Now, rather than spending hours searching for all potential seismic data sources, GSL can instantly provide users with a global view of continuously updated data coverage from over 30 providers. Streamlining the data discovery process helps companies boost productivity with today’s reduced resources.

Spatial and textual search results can be viewed in a data grid to quickly identify the various data sources available for an area of interest. Reports can then be launched for the individual surveys or use the link option to access additional information directly from the individual data provider’s website. Browser viewing access to globalseismiclibrary.com is free.

“In these challenging times, petroWEB is focused on responding to the needs of our industry by providing new streamlined, cost effective products that can help companies save time and money with critical data discovery and management. This launch of globalseismiclibrary.com and our recent release of a cloud-based well log data management product as a monthly subscription, demonstrates petroWEB’s continuing commitment to the industry by providing innovative technology at a fraction of the cost of traditional offerings,” said Gina Godfrey, petroWEB’s President and Co-Founder.

Cost effective data download and map service subscription options are still available so companies can opt to display GSL data in context with internal data in their own GIS environment. Data downloads and map service subscriptions are available on a regional basis as well as globally.

About petroWEB

petroWEB provides Information & Data Management products for upstream E&P companies. We use technology and our unique industry expertise to deliver products that are data driven and business focused. We leverage subject matter experts, innovative technologies, cloud services and business relationships in conjunction with our strong technical resources to help identify and solve business problems defined by our clients. We focus on delivering integrated geospatial information, data visualization, business and operational workflows and tools, and predictive analytics to the end user. For more information, go to www.petroweb.com.

About globalseismiclibrary.com

globalseismiclibrary.com is a global catalog of commercial multi-client 2D and 3D seismic and gravity/magnetic data coverage. Data in globalseismiclibrary.com is continuously updated with data coverage from over 30 data sources. Search results for any area of interest are viewed in a data grid format with full spreadsheet functionality to facilitate quick and easy data discovery. Reports can be launched on individual surveys for additional information such as Acquisition Parameters, Process Sequence and Deliverables. A link back to individual data provider’s website is provided along with email requests for viewer to be contacted by the vendor for information related to specific data. GlobalSeismicLibrary.com provides free browser viewing. Cost effective data download and map service subscription options are still available for companies wishing to display data in their own GIS environment. For more information, go to www.globalseismiclibrary.com.

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