OPT Opens Houston Office, Debuts PEOffice to North American Market

October 1, 2009 at 6:02 am Leave a comment

Optimization Petroleum Technologies Inc. (OPT), provider of oil and gas reservoir management and production analysis solutions, announced the opening of their new Houston office. Jacoby Garcia, who recently joined OPT as Vice President, is charged with developing the company’s business in North America. 

            Based in Beijing, China, OPT develops, markets and provides consulting services for the PEOffice® suite of applications for use in exploration, production and gas storage companies. PEOffice is an integrated software system for reservoir management and production optimization. It includes reservoir and wellbore visualization, rock and fluid properties computation, reservoir performance analysis, oil and gas production and water injection analysis, oil and gas surface gathering analysis, economical evaluation and data management. The established set of applications provides systematic computations and comprehensive analysis for reservoir engineering, production engineering and operation/facility engineering. It can also be applied for integrated asset management. 

            “OPT is well established, having most of the major E&P companies in China as customers,” said Jiang Zhixiang, OPT President. “Our suite of technologies for reservoir engineering, production engineering and integrated asset management has improved operators’ efficiency and effectiveness, while increasing recoverable reserves and productivity. We are confident that the North American energy market will realize strong value from the PEOffice suite of applications. OPT will grow our business in North America by providing advanced optimization solutions, and continuously supporting our customers in achieving both technical and business success.”



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