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February 5, 2015
Integrated Informatics Inc. Releases Geomancy Decision Engine Version 2.7

HOUSTON, Feb. 4, 2015—Integrated Informatics Inc., a leading consultancy for Geographic Information System implementation and development, today unveiled its Geomancy Decision Engine Version 2.7. This decision support system—a comprehensive, holistic methodology for the planning and siting of well laterals, well pads, pipelines, and access roads for unconventional field development—is designed to optimize facility placement and reduce costs while honoring the complexities of environmental impact, regulatory requirements, and scheduling and development time.

The Geomancy Decision Engine Version 2.7 introduces multiple enhancements to the already-robust range of system capabilities, including reporting on well-pad siting impact, transmission pipeline planning and reporting, siting well laterals within large leases, and more.

"What we accomplished in 3 weeks would have previously taken us 3 years. We can now focus our resources on improved understanding of the geology," said an industry Field Development Supervisor. Another user, working as a Senior Facilities Engineer, states, "We now have a way to optimize our long term plan! Local last-minute changes to the plan were killing our economics, and now we can properly justify and allocate our spending."

Additional features added to the Geomancy Decision Engine include:

  • Placement of well laterals and well pads with consideration for faults and existing wells
  • Reporting for pipeline profiles for transmission and gathering systems
  • Enhanced reporting for site suitability
  • Improved 3-D visualization of well pad sites and a simplified pipeline gathering system
  • Up to a 15x increase in performance of gathering-system routing and road siting

Integrated Informatics Inc. is a leading consultancy for Geographic Information System implementation and development. Founded in 2002, Integrated Informatics provides spatial data management, workflow and process automation, and custom mapping solutions to the Energy and Natural Resource sectors throughout North America with offices in Calgary, Alberta, Houston, Texas, and St. John's, Newfoundland. For more information, visit www.integrated-informatics.com.

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