INT Delivers the INTStereonet Plug-In for Petrel
Delivering on its promise to provide added value to Petrel users through Ocean plug-in development
Hosuton, TX (PRWEB) April 12, 2011
INT, a Schlumberger preferred Ocean Development Partner, has posted a new plug-in for the Petrel platform on the Ocean Store. The INTStereonet plug-in provides an essential tool for analyzing plane and line orientation and allows Petrel users to understand the geometries of many Petrel data types, including faults, horizons, streamlines and points.
To view a short tutorial of the plug-in click here: INTStereonet video
“INT is continuing its commitment to the Ocean framework with an easy-to-use plug-in that will be of interest to many users. INTStereonet demonstrates INT’s ability to provide our customers with custom development of high-quality plug-ins, and expands our library of plug-ins available on the Ocean Store” said Phil Trayner, Director of New Business and Ocean, Schlumberger Information Solutions.
“INT is pleased to make the INTStereonet plug-in available on the Ocean Store, and we look forward to adding more plug-ins as well as developing others on demand. We see the Ocean Ecosystem as an important initiative in the E&P software industry opening up new collaborative possibilities for companies such as ours,” said Olivier Lhemann, president INT Inc.
INT is a leading supplier of graphics software components for data visualization in upstream E&P and other technical industries. Our products include open and expandable visualization software, visualization software development components, and software development services. INT solutions support Java, C++, and .NET environments. For more information about INT, visit http://www.int.com or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
INT, the INT logo, and GeoToolkit.NET are trademarks of Interactive Networking Technologies, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. Petrel and Ocean are marks of Schlumberger.
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