Knowledge Reservoir Updates Deepwater GOM Knowledge Base

April 27, 2009 at 10:35 pm Leave a comment

Knowledge Reservoir LLC announced the 2009 release of its Deepwater Gulf of Mexico (GOM) knowledge base, ReservoirKB™. This latest release of the company’s Web-based service features a totally new GIS interface to improve the overall user experience and maximize navigation efficiency for users seeking specific information on deepwater reservoirs.

The comprehensive ReservoirKB knowledge base provides information on all deepwater productive sands discovered Gulf of Mexico region, either currently in production or sanctioned for development. Additionally, it provides continually updated reservoir performance metrics, analogs, lessons learned and regional knowledge not available from any other source – a unique combination of reservoir engineering data, geological description and production data analysis.

ReservoirKB is provided as a subscription service on a hosted portal. Updates are provided annually, with the most recent one including fresh 2008 data and completely updated analyses.

ReservoirKB now includes:

  • 193 fields
  • 620 associated reservoirs
  • 1050 wells, including appraisal and development wells; and
  • Current discussion on the critical challenges facing the industry, including a review of the Paleogene.

Dr. Ivor Ellul, president of Knowledge Reservoir, stated: “ReservoirKB was developed in response to operators’ needs for a knowledge base of deepwater data to evaluate projects, assess risks and measure them against other opportunities in their portfolios. Our clients find it an invaluable resource when researching analog fields, as reservoir assessment and benchmarking are at the heart of good appraisal and sanction decisions. We are most excited with the new interface; the greatly enhanced utility of which users familiar with other GIS based applications will be familiar.”



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