This edition includes an article featuring one of the students we support with an academic p:IGI+ software licence to assist them in their petroleum geochemistry research and studies.
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We are pleased to announce that the latest update of the quality-assured geochemical database for the Norwegian Continental Shelf is now complete.
At IGI we are proud to be able to support students in universities with free academic licenses of IGI’s geochemistry interpretation software. We caught up with Hernán de la Cal from La Plata, Argentina to find out how IGI’s software is helping him with his research.
Many of our software users will have noticed that the release of p:IGI+ V2.3 saw the removal of the pre-made Analysis and Interpretation page artefacts.Go to: Software: Where have the page artefacts gone?
(including many IGI clients) who have been awarded license interests in the 2023 APA Round in Norway.
The IGI property model shipped with version 2.3 of the software sees the introduction of a new PVT property model relevant to geochemistry. This means that the significant parameters determined from a range of PVT tests can now be captured in p:IGI+ project files or added to Metis databases.Go to: PVT Properties in the IGI Property Model
with Paul FarrimondGo to: Looking at Gas Chromatograms
David Gardiner & Tiago Cunha will be attending the TGS South Atlantic Symposium 2023 at the Geological Society of London on Thursday 23rd November.Go to: IGI Presenting at the ‘South Atlantic Symposium 2023’
We are pleased to share the dates for our next round of online training courses.Go to: 2024 Online Training Dates Released
Rarely noted in petroleum geochemistry, this C20 highly branched isoprenoid (HBI) alkane usually co-elutes with (and is thus obscured by) the more common and usually more abundant pristane.