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RokDoc 6.3.3 delivers increased performance in demanding conditions

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Ikon Science has announced the release of RokDoc 6.3.3, its latest version of RokDoc, an innovative and tightly integrated suite of quantitative interpretation software products. This release contains numerous improvements across the entire product line, ranging from rock physics to reservoir characterisation and pore pressure prediction solutions. Some of the key updates of this release include:

  • Series of usability and visualisation enhancements further improving the industry’s most advanced rock physics, forward modelling, inversion and well tie products.
  • Best in class, customer requested - standalone well tie application.
  • New variogram analyser interface to substantially enhance geostatistical analyses of wells, maps and volumes in a fast, flexible and intuitive way.
  • Numerous performance and user experience improvements to Ikon’s 3D reservoir characterisation and revolutionary Ji-Fi system.
  • Functionality and usability upgrades to Ikon’s integrated geomechanics and pore pressure prediction solutions.

  • Dr. Denis Saussus, Chief Technology Officer said:

    “Our customers have rewarded us with incredibly high loyalty in these demanding times and we have keenly attended to their needs by making continuous improvements across the whole suite of our products in addition to innovating on core aspects of cross-disciplinary integration and performance in reservoir characterisation and well planning workflows. Ikon Science’s software development program is focused by our belief that only genuinely innovative technologies survive demanding times and that by providing our clients with intuitive, integrated and sophisticated solutions to improve quantification of reserves, qualify opportunities and manage risk at minimal cost, we help our customer’s deliver the value creation and cost reductions that enable their business to succeed in even the most demanding market conditions.”

    Adapted from a press release by Louise Mulhall

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