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IHS Kingdom®

Bolster collaboration and data integration through streamlined, geophysical and geological interpretation

Does your current geological interpretation software help you improve workflows and gain efficiencies?

IHS Kingdom® software provides geoscientists and asset teams the functionality needed for all aspects of their portfolio management from prospect to production, basic and advanced interpretation to microseismic analysis and geosteering resulting in faster interpretation and modeling sharing of complex data and more confident decision making. Subscribe now to:

  • Streamline data loading, interpretation and velocity modeling
  • Enhance exploration and production workflows
  • Reduce cycle times and depth conversion process
  • Expand workforce collaboration and software sharing
  • Minimize software, hardware and IT costs

Features

Integrated
The only fully integrated geoscience software

Scalable
Integrated, multi-user, multi-authored, networked in a 64-bit environment

Collaborative
Data Management professionals, Geologist, Geophysicist and Engineers can work in projects simultaneously

Flexible
Handle large data sets between multiple platforms (UNIX, PC) and databases (Oracle, Microsoft® SQL Server and Microsoft® SQL Server Express)

Map & Analysis
Map and grid surfaces and analyze well control

Connected
Scale from standalone PC, to local network or Internet network

Customizable
Use as an integrated suite or select function-specific modules

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