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Petrobras licenses Shearwater geophysical software

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Shearwater has announced a licensing contract for its Shearwater Reveal geophysical software with Petrobras. The agreement includes the provision of associated training and support services.

Petrobras’ geophysical processing team will have access to a full range of geophysical processing tools, including time, depth, multicomponent, time-lapse 4D processing and advanced imaging offered by the Shearwater Reveal software platform.

“We are pleased to see Petrobras joining a growing number of major energy companies licensing Shearwater Reveal for their geophysical processing work,” said Simon Telfer, Software, Processing and Imaging SVP at Shearwater. “It is a validation of the value-adding capabilities of the Reveal software and underlines the importance of high-quality geophysical data processing and imaging to the success of subsurface projects”.


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