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Special note for the current Covid-19 situation - IGI is operating effectively
We would like to reassure our clients all around the world that IGI is currently operating as normally as possible under the current circumstances. We are following Government advice and supporting almost all of our staff in working from home, whilst a very small number of staff are continuing to perform essential roles in our office. Our ability to conduct project work, provide software support, etc. remains fully in place, and we look forward to continuing to work with you all, albeit remotely, during this difficult period. And of course, we wish you all the very best of health.
Established in 1983, IGI Ltd is a petroleum geochemical consultancy and producer of geochemical software. Operating worldwide, we offer the following services to the petroleum industry:
- Consultancy: geochemical interpretation and basin & petroleum systems modelling project work
- Training Courses: a range of training courses on petroleum geochemistry & basin modelling, and field trips
- Data and Reports: a suite of geochemical databases/reports for various petroleum-producing regions
- Software: specialist programs for collating, storing, quality assuring and interpreting geochemical data, built to be applicable across a range of scientific application domains
With a staff of around thirty, we have two offices in the UK: the geochemistry & basin modelling consultancy and administrative staff are based in a rural setting just outside Bideford in North Devon, whilst the software office is in the city of Birmingham.
We are continually innovating, and are exploring diversifying into other areas including decommissioning, and other application domains requiring geochemistry expertise, collaborating with other companies where mutual benefit exists.
Paul will present an invited keynote lecture at the 2-day FORCE Webinar “Underexplored Plays IV” on 27th January.
The second article in the “Art of Science” series, by Dan Cornford. This article extends the initial article[/news/patterns-in-the-mind-part-1/] which reviewed the notion of clustering and looks at some of the practical implications.
A short note by Dan Cornford on the place of machine learning in the geosciences, part of the Art of Science series of technical notes.
IGI’s data team compiled and added a total of 1,215 new samples from 29 wells. This data alongside all of the public Norwegian North Sea data are available from:
IGI (Marianne Nuzzo) contributed to a research article published this month in Geology...