Exprodat, the London-based geospatial experts for energy, continues to streamline the workflows used across the “unconventionals” petroleum sector, with the latest release of its popular Unconventionals Analyst software.
For use with Esri’s powerful professional desktop GIS application, Unconventionals Analyst v2.1 for ArcGIS Pro provides a host of new tools that further support geoscientists and reservoir engineers in managing shale, coal bed methane and tight sand plays in these challenging economic times.
Identifying parent-child relationships within wells is key to better predicting performance interference and recovery reduction. The Analyze Wells Relationship feature in Unconventionals Analyst v2.1 allows users to identify those crucial relationships using both spatial and temporal data.
Additionally, the new Calculate Lateral Spacing tool within Unconventionals Analyst v2.1 allows the user to rapidly calculate a set of spacing statistics between the wells in an area of interest and to deliver insight into the efficiency of both previously drilled or planned wells, against an ideal spacing measure.
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; “This new version of Unconventionals Analyst features a whole host of capabilities and features that have been requested by our user community. Many of the new tools reflect the way shale oil and gas producers and investors are adjusting their business practices in response to the changed times that we live in.”
“At Exprodat, we are proud of our ability to be agile and responsive to customer needs, and we continually strive to evolve our products and services as our customers’ needs change – and this powerful release is no exception.”
To learn more about how Unconventionals Analyst v2.1 can improve your unconventionals project workflows and to request a demonstration of the software, please visit: https://www.exprodat.com/featured/exploration/unconventionals-analyst/