Integrated Informatics Inc. Announces Geomancy Decision Engine Version 2.4 Decision support system reduces environmental impact, construction costs, and development time of facility siting
HOUSTON, Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Integrated Informatics Inc. today unveiled Version 2.4 of its Geomancy Decision Engine. Geomancy is a decision support system highly-tuned for the needs of unconventional oil and gas and utilized for planning and siting of well pads, well laterals, access roads, and pipeline gathering systems based on multi-disciplinary factors.
Version 2.4 introduces several significant enhancements to the already-robust engine, such as:
- Include delivery points in gathering system planning.
- Automatically determine which pipelines should connect to delivery points.
- Derive well lateral orientations based on existing wells in the same lease.
- Specify an allowable range of wells per pad.
- Incorporate Surface Rights constraints.
- Improved representation of constraints that contribute to constructability challenges.
- Fully integrated 3-D visualization of well pads, well laterals, pipelines, and access roads.
"Our clients are realizing notable benefits when using Geomancy in their planning processes, including: capital savings, improvements in operational efficiencies, and identification of multiple development options," said Jason Humber, principal consultant at Integrated Informatics. Humber added, "Implementation of Geomancy with several progressive clients spurred these latest enhancements – bringing a new level of modeling realism for even greater benefits."
The Geomancy Decision Engine provides a core suite of capabilities, configurable based on modeling requirements and client-specific settings, and it can be embedded in client-proprietary processes or products. Geomancy allows users across a wide range of disciplines to reduce environmental impact, construction costs, and development time during facility siting.
Integrated Informatics Inc. is a leading consultancy for Geographic Information System implementation and development. Founded in 2002, Integrated Informatics provides spatial data management, workflow and process automation, and custom mapping solutions to the Energy and Natural Resource sectors throughout North America with offices in Calgary, Alberta, Houston, Texas, and St. John's, Newfoundland. For more information, visit www.integrated-informatics.com.
SOURCE Integrated Informatics Inc.