The award was given for the creation of a digital management platform for large geological, geophysical and production data of PJSC Tatneft. The platform was built using KADME’s data access platform Whereoil as the foundation and the work involved specialists from the Russian IT company ITPS Group, who developed applications and workflows using Whereoil’s powerful API (Application Programming Interface).
Positive feedback received from RN Nordic following the delivery of our Supergrid project for the Norwegian Sea.
Visit KADME at the EAGE annual exhibition in Copenhagen, Denmark.
KADME will be at the Scandic Hotel in Fornebu (Oslo) for the NCS Exploration conference, to present our SUPERGRID projects
Come and visit our booth at the PNEC Exhibition in Houston this year. The PNEC Conference and Exhibition will take place in Houston from the 22nd to the 24th May, at the Houston Marriott Westchase Hotel.
SIRIUS labs have published their annual report.
KADME will be attending the Hydrocarbon Habitats seminar, where you will have a chance to talk to us regarding our Supergrid projects, to speed up prospect picking on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
On 8th November 2017, KADME took part in a Digital Solutions workshop organised by Norwegian Energy Partners (NORWEP) and the ADNOC Group in Abu Dhabi.
KADME positions itself for growth in the Americas by hiring Dirk Adams as a sales representative, based in Houston.
KADME has joined the Professional Petroleum Data Management (PPDM) Association, which defines and creates standards to help oil and gas companies manage exploration and production data.
KADME will be once more sponsoring the ECIM conference in Haugesund, which is the most important conference and meeting place in Europe for E&P IM and GIS professionals. You can find our stand in the usual corner, where you can pick up some information about our Whereoil software and take part in a survey directed mostly to DISKOS users.
KADME releases Whereoil 4. New functionality makes searching and connecting data simpler and more powerful than ever before. New geographical search lets you find, browse and collect project data and scattered, unstructured documents in one place. The new Log View uses standardized templates to view the log curves, and QC flags to assess its quality and identify potential data issues.
Gianluca Monachese, Director of Business Development, presented "Practical Applications of Data Analytics Techniques Using Unstructured Data" at the ECIM and CDA workshop "Digital Dividends from Subsurface Data"