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Katalyst Data Management to Exhibit at Australasian Exploration Geoscience Conference

Visit Katalyst Data Management at AEGC Stand 38

Our Perth office KDM SpectrumData is excited to be exhibiting at the Australasian Exploration Geoscience Conference (AEGC) at the International Convention Center in Sydney on 18-21 Febuary 2018.  The conference takes place every eighteen months and is held in conjunction with the Australian Society of Exploration Geophysicists Ltd, the Australian Institute of Geoscientists Ltd and the Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia Ltd.

With the explosion in the volumes of data recorded in seismic surveys, from multiple gigabytes to terabytes to petabytes, there is a lot going on in the world of subsurface data management.  In his recent article, Adam Pring, who will be in attendance at AEGC, discusses some of these issues and the importance of preserving legacy data for future use.

To support this initiative, we are featuring the latest updates on the new domains supported by our PPDM database iGlass.  This includes our recently announced electronic well file initiative and well file scanning services.  Through iGlass, Katalyst currently manages over 18 petabytes of subsurface data for the oil and gas industry.

At AEGC, the team from our Perth datacentre will be on hand to answer questions about our full service subsurface data management facility and one of our four global hubs for our cloud services for seismic and well data management. Our Perth location, known as KDM SpectrumData, provides complete life cycle geoscience data services for the oil and gas industry, such as:

If you’re in the market for seismic data, we will also feature our online marketplace SeismicZone.com, with millions of kilometres of data available for license worldwide.

Contact us to schedule a meeting or demo at the conference.

For more information about AEGC 2018, click here.