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IHS Kingdom®: Seismic and Geological Interpretation Software

Advance your geological interpretations with a scalable, collaborative platform.

Even though the world of oil and gas has become more complex, your software does not have to be. IHS Kingdom integrates geoscience, geophysics and engineering into a single, easy-to-use software solution, enabling asset teams to make confident and faster decisions on where to drill for oil and gas. With advanced interpretation capabilities, multiple calculators, mapping, and project, data and knowledge management tools, Kingdom ensures your teams maximize their workflows from prospect through production. From detailed prospects to large regional studies, or from conventional to unconventional plays, Kingdom’s scalability makes it the ideal interpretation tool for any project. In addition, Kingdom’s standalone mobility means that you can use it anywhere, even if a network is not available. Maximize your subscription’s value by taking one of our training courses at U.S. and Canadian IHS Markit offices or on site, by request.

Ranked high in the upper right quadrant of the Welling Report for easy-to-use geological interpretation software, Kingdom enables you to:

  • Quickly load and manage large well and seismic datasets for multiple projects
  • Increase interpretation workflow effectiveness by reducing cycle times and risk
  • Raise asset team collaboration and interpretation accuracy with your entire team working in a single multi-user, multi-author application
  • Optimize drilling and field development decisions with real-time decision making

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May 08

Understanding the basics of liquid loading

In gas wells, liquid loading takes place when the gas rate is not high enough to lift liquids (e.g. water and/or condensate) to the surface. Engineers are often tasked to identify and correct this type of production problem through operational changes (e.g. reducing wellhead pressure). Similarly, based on field experience, engineers can plan in advance the..more


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