Data management

Equinor Picks Halliburton Software as Subsurface Data Tool

The Landmark DecisionSpace Geosciences software aims to incorporate geoscientists into the company’s digital work flow.

Source: Halliburton

Halliburton has announced its choice of Halliburton’s Landmark DecisionSpace Geosciences software suite as its standard geoscience toolbox and OpenWorks with the Open Subsurface Data Universe as its corporate database for interpretations of its subsurface data.

“DecisionSpace Geosciences will provide a platform that shares subsurface insights, skills, and expertise to multidisciplinary teams at Equinor,” said Nagaraj Srinivasan, senior vice president for Landmark, Halliburton Digital Solutions, and Consulting. “And OpenWorks enhanced with OSDU support will deliver the industry’s only multiuser, shared environment, easing Equinor’s enterprise architecture transition to the cloud.”

Equinor’s One Subsurface will now have a standardized subsurface toolkit, which helps it to seamlessly introduce geoscientists into different projects. The solution will consolidate all interpretation data into OpenWorks to enable geological interpretation at scale and a smooth transition to cloud. Equinor and Halliburton plan to codevelop the DecisionSpace Geosciences exploration work flows.

“Consolidating our data and unifying our basic geosciences work flows will enable us to improve geoscientist productivity and eliminate key handovers while accelerating subsurface evaluation and improving data access and quality across the enterprise,” said Åshild Hanne Larsen, Equinor’s vice president for subsurface excellence and digital.