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Ikon Science launches subsurface data management platform

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Ikon Science has launched Curate, a scalable, cloud-enabled knowledge management solution designed to provide cost efficiencies along with faster and more accurate decision-making.

Curate enables energy companies to collaborate within a single workspace to access all subsurface data with streamlined workflows, allowing for data democratisation and business learnings that drive action. Curate helps companies accelerate exploration, minimise portfolio risk, and optimise well planning and drilling activities, achieving greater results while preserving capital and human resources to create a stronger bottom line.

Energy companies are challenged to navigate the large amounts of complex data they possess as it is often siloed within different departments and software programs. This inefficiency causes 20-30% in lost personnel time. The inability to instantly access data leads to isolated workflows, poor utilisation, and compromised decision-making, resulting in locked in capital and delayed revenue due to sub-optimal exploration, appraisal and development processes.

Curate solves this dilemma by providing instant access to subsurface information. It provides tight integration with legacy databases and open industry standards such as the OSDUTM data platform, enhancing the ability of organisations to consistently build on existing knowledge through workflow applications and streamlined processes. This allows companies to achieve better business outcomes by realising efficiency gains across all exploration, appraisal and development workflows. Curate provides companies the flexibility of deploying scalable solutions from SaaS delivery through to Enterprise deployment.

“It’s imperative for energy companies to identify new ways to increase efficiencies and minimise risk,” stated Dr. Denis Saussus, CEO of Ikon Science. “Curate leverages our 20 years of unrivaled subsurface data solution expertise to allow companies to realise the promise and full potential of digital transformation by enabling them to immediately capitalise on the value of their data today with an enterprise-ready solution while preserving human resources and capital. This creates a powerful competitive advantage.”

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