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New Accenture solution uses ‘ready now’ or ‘near term’ technologies to help geoscientists work seamlessly across locations. The geoscientist’s decision-making process ahead of any exploratory upstream oil drilling has traditionally been a lengthy, complex, isolated and imprecise task that relies on the interpretation of vast sub-surface models by a small group of highly specialized geoscientists and geophysicists.
This Petroleum Review article looks at how new technologies, such as Accenture’s geotechnical desktop development program, are being applied to improve the geoscientist’s working environment, accuracy and productivity.
First published in Petroleum Review March 2014Licensed for print and electronic distribution to Accenture and sites owned by Accenture exclusively.
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Adrian Bradley is director of Energy Innovation in Accenture’s Resources UKI Client Services Group.
May 23, 2014
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