Schlumberger on Sept. 19 launched a new program allowing independent software vendors (ISVs) to build, market and sell solutions and apps through the Schlumberger digital platform.
“The Schlumberger Digital Platform Partner Program brings together digital solutions from Schlumberger and a growing number of ISVs, substantially increasing the choice of artificial intelligence (AI) and data science-enriched domain workflows for customers,” commented Trygve Randen, director of digital subsurface solutions at Schlumberger.
At launch, nine ISVs are offering software solutions to Schlumberger customers, and the platform has been designed with an open framework to quickly onboard new partners. The announcement of the program’s launch took place as part of the Schlumberger Digital Forum 2022, which is being held this week in Luzern, Switzerland.
“Our digital platform has become an open ecosystem of connected digital solutions, enabling customers to extract maximum value from their data, helping them innovate faster and drive business performance improvements at scale,” Randen added in the release on Sept. 19.
The ISV apps and solutions are targeting workflows across data operations, reservoir engineering, well planning and optimization, process engineering, production optimization, carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) and decarbonization technologies. Further, the solutions are built and deployed through the DELFI* digital E&P platform, which Schlumberger said integrate flawlessly with industry-standard data platforms.
One of the current apps, Resoptima’s ResX software, works seamlessly with Schlumberger solutions to deliver ensemble-based modeling of reservoirs, while continuously conditioning data, according to the release.
“Our collaboration with Schlumberger has already delivered three successful projects at different locations, involving the deployment of our technologies within the DELFI platform,” Resoptima CEO Atila Mellilo said in a statement.
“In each case,” Mellilo continued, “significant value was created for the customers, underscoring the success of a partnership and motivating all parties to further develop their cooperation.”
Other apps highlighted by Schlumberger include LogQA, which is a cloud application from RoQC that rapidly identifies sub-standard log data and uses machine learning to fix log quality issues. In the production domain, Schlumberger noted the Tachyus Aqueon App helps customers make data-driven decisions in waterflood development, management, and optimization, quickly and easily.
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