Improved collaboration with increased data footprint
Triangular mesh and the new corridor cross-section objects are supported by the Studio E&P knowledge platform for the Petrel E&P software platform allowing improved collaboration workflows within teams.
Triangular mesh, non-editable triangular mesh, and corridor cross-section objects are now fully supported by the Studio platform allowing the data to be transferred between the database and project in the Petrel platform project. CRS and unit conversion are handled as standard by the transfer between repository and the Petrel platform project.
Data managers can find the new records stored under the “shape” category in the Studio Manager data table, where existing tools allow the data to be managed as usual.
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Increased flexibility in finding data
The relative object extent is a new filter for “Find” the indexed based search tool available in the Petrel E&P software platform and Studio Manager application. The Studio Find filter enables the user to focus their search based on aerial extent of the min/max coordinates of the object.
The ability to filter data by a specific relative extent allows a user to find data in different ways. During indexing the object relative extent is calculated, the values are relative but can be roughly compared with the diagonal length of the bounding box in kilometres. One workflow that benefits from the new filter is when used in combination with a spatial condition which returns any data which lies within or intersects the area; It is now possible to remove the regional objects which always intersect with the spatial area and clutter the search results. Another workflow using the filter enables users to find objects with a similar size or extent.
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Smart logic to consolidate and merge data
The global data app within Studio Manager now supports the merging of point well data. Data managers can consolidate point well data without needing to launch the Petrel E&P software platform and manually combine the data.
Multiple point well datasets can be merged into a single target dataset in a single operation. The merge uses smart logic for user-defined attributes to prevent proliferation of duplicates, whereby the target set of user-defined attributes are always kept and will be updated from matching attributes in the source datasets.
The new functionality saves data managers considerable time when consolidating this data. The previous workflow required the data to be transferred into the Petrel platform, merged manually, deleted in the repository, and transferred from the Petrel platform back to the Studio E&P knowledge platform.
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