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:Go to: “We are pleased to announce, in partnership with IGI and the NPD, a new data update has been published.
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IGI (Marianne Nuzzo) contributed to a research article published this month in Geology...Go to: Slow advection of deep-sourced methane-enriched fluids shown to be quantitatively significant over time along oceanic strike-slip faults
IGI is pleased to announce that November sees the release of version 2 of its flagship p:IGI+ geochemistry interpretation software. Version 2 builds on earlier releases to provide an intuitive, customised, and powerful tool for visualising and interpreting your geochemistry data. When combined with our Metis data management solution the software provides an end-to-end solution to the management and use of geochemistry data across a range of applications.Go to: IGI releases version 2.0 of p:IGI+ and Metis
Version 2.0 of our software is a significant upgrade for both p:IGI+ and Metis. It is a strongly recommended upgrade, that involves significant changes to the underlying data storage, offering the opportunity to further improve things moving forward.Go to: p:IGI+/Metis version 2.0 release notes
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An article in the “Art of Science” series, by Dan Cornford exploring and explaining the use of statistics, machine learning and more widely data science in the geosciences.Go to: Patterns in the mind – Part 1
He will be presenting: "A fill-and-spill CCS mega-fairway in the Southern North Sea: a new concept to optimise CO2 storage" in session 4-8.2 CO2 & Waste Storage - Subsurface Characterization for Waste Storage at 2:15-5:15pm on Thursday 21st October.Go to: Andrew Green at the EAGE Annual Conference 18 - 21 October 2021
Do you want to gain an understanding in the basics of source rock and oil evaluation, and learn about the importance of petroleum geochemistry as a tool for reducing risk in hydrocarbon exploration and production?
IGI is attending the PESGB-Africa meeting, where Tiago Cunha is co-authoring a timely paper by Matt Tyrrel (TROIS Geoconsulting, UK)...Go to: IGI at PESGB Africa
from an integrated geochemical and petroleum systems modelling study in the Dalmatian platform and foreland basin, offshore Montenegro – Hot Enough in the South-East Adriatic? (Pg 74).Go to: A new article by IGI is now available in Issue 4 of GeoExpro