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|Who uses Petra?||How?|
|Related IHS application||Description||Integrate with Petra to:|
|AccuMap®||Desktop access to land, well, pressure, production, pipelines, core, reserves and logs data for the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin and Frontier areas, as well as Montana, North Dakota and Wyoming||Perform in-depth analysis of well-centric data for Canada and US; quickly evaluate prospects|
|Energy Web Services||API, Direct Connect and third-party software options for connecting your IHS Energy data subscription with IHS Energy software solutions||Upload your IHS Energy data subscription into Petra|
|GeoSyn®||Global synthetic generation, cross-plotting, AVO analysis and 2D modeling package designed for geoscientists||Export synthetics and 2D models into Petra to test multiple scenarios and achieve the best results|
|Information Hub™||Central repository of all IHS quality-controlled Canadian energy data||Perform in-depth analysis of Canadian well data|
|LOGarc®||A global well information management system that allows you to integrate well log information with existing in-house mapping and analysis tools||Perform mapping and analysis|
|PowerTools®||Easy-to-use analytical tool for evaluating US reserves and economics and lease and well production performance||Develop a short list of “hot” areas, prospects and operating strategies; plan for future production and depletion of your reservoirs; benchmark production for tight gas sand reservoirs|
|Enerdeq® Browser||User-friendly browser that allows you to quickly access US upstream information||Streamline workflows, access the most current data, quickly evaluate prospects, and make decisions faster|
|FieldDIRECT®||Field-to-office service that captures daily US field production information and stores it in a secure server for you and your team to analyze immediately||Conduct historical trending, analyze ROI on workovers and perform reservoir analysis; develop a short list of “hot” areas, prospects and operating strategies; plan for future production and depletion of your reservoirs|
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