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To lower costs enterprise-wide, a global energy company asked IHS to review 35 internal standards and list 143 comparable international standards. Research uncovered conformity opportunities including 25% savings on casing/tubing for $5 million annually and $180 million annually for conformance with ALL industry standards.Learn More About Our Customer's Success
This leading NOC needed to quickly identify high-performing upstream assets abroad for purchase as well as benchmark its overall investment portfolio. See how analysts accelerated the identification and valuation of upstream assets by 99.6% -- from 1-3 weeks to 15-30 minutes -- and positioned the NOC to capitalize on investment opportunities worth millions of dollars.Learn More About Our Customers Success
Headquartered in Houston, this independent energy company has operations around the world so its GIS team implemented a state-of-the-art system that provides users with both internally sourced spatial data and streamed industry data – saving time and providing a more complete picture of areas of interest.Learn more about our client’s successes
For 30+ years, this E&P company has thrived by adopting transformative technologies. Recently it began using a new system to increase profits by reducing geosteering operations from hours to minutes with real-time data, improving communication efficiency between engineers and geophysicists, and by integrating seismic information with well data.
Hi, fellows! I'm trying to design a rotary cuting device and in the final stage I need to do simulation of the process. With the standart cad/cae software I can't do the nesesary simulation. Can some one recomend me a software suitable to do this kind of job? I want to achieve something like this:
Do you recognize this week’s building? Care to take a guess?
From the dawning of computers, it was only the computer "geeks" who could communicate among themselves excluding the rest of the world. It became a closed society that only computer geeks could reside within. To this day, it is still a closed society. Computer language was the sole province of thos