Landmark, a Halliburton Company business line, said May 21 that the Special Task Force for Upstream Oil and Gas Business Activities (SKK Migas), an institution established by the government of the Republic of Indonesia, selected Landmark software technology for end-to-end workflow solutions.
SKK Migas adopted the DecisionSpace suite of software to improve exploration and production efficiency through data analytics, integration and cross-disciplinary collaboration.
Landmark met SKK Migas’ technology requirements with products across the E&P lifecycle including applications for geology, geophysics, reservoir modeling, drilling engineering and operations, production and reservoir engineering.
“We are pleased that SKK Migas made the decision to adopt Landmark technologies,” Nagaraj Srinivasan, senior vice president, Landmark and Halliburton Digital Solutions, said. “The robust science and modern computing platform of the application suite will help drive superior decision making by enabling data visibility, process automation and analytics to realize the full potential of their assets.”
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