November 8, 2012 by

Uncover New Insights into the Cardium Play at the IHS Customer Expo & Gala

Editor’s Note: While VISAGE rebranded to VERDAZO in April 2016, we haven’t changed the VISAGE name in our previous blog posts. We’re proud of our decade of work as VISAGE and that lives on within these blogs. Enjoy. We’re pleased to share that VISAGE has been invited to speak at the upcoming IHS Customer Expo & Gala on November 15, 2012. We will go beyond analyzing public data from the IHS Information Hub, we will integrate it with the Well Completion and Frac Database (by Canadian Discovery Ltd and Introspec Energy Group Inc.). Combining these data sources presents so many new and exciting analysis opportunities. I’ll be demonstrating this with a detailed analysis of the Cardium play that is guaranteed to surprise you. Imagine if in just a few minutes you could visualize… –       Drilling costs per meter by drilling company –       Cost per stage by frac company –       Average production rate per stage –       Average production rate per 100m completed length –       Average production rate per tonne of proppant –       Average production rate per $1,000,000 completion cost We’re confident that you’ll walk away in 20 minutes recognizing more analysis possibilities than you thought were possible. This is the stuff...

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October 29, 2012 by

Come Visit Us at the SPE Canadian Unconventional Resources Conference

Editor’s Note: While VISAGE rebranded to VERDAZO in April 2016, we haven’t changed the VISAGE name in our previous blog posts. We’re proud of our decade of work as VISAGE and that lives on within these blogs. Enjoy. We’d like to invite you down to this week’s SPE Canadian Unconventional Resources Conference where we will be demoing VISAGE in the exhibitor hall, at the IHS booth. Our team will be demonstrating how you can use VISAGE to conduct powerful analyses on public data (from the IHS Information Hub). We’re also pleased to announce the recent integration of the Well Completions & Frac Database (WCFD) by Canadian Discovery Ltd and Introspec Energy Group Inc. Now subscribers of the WCFD data and public data can use VISAGE to evaluate plays across Western Canada, including the Cardium, Viking, Montney, Doig, Bluesky, and many other established and newly emerging plays. We’ll be demonstrating how analyzing the WCFD data can support better competitive analysis and detailed examination of an entire play (including impacts of frac spacing, tonnage, horizontal length, drilling cost per meter, completion costs etc.). As you know, we’re passionate about effective data analysis and how it can offer our clients a unique competitive...

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December 13, 2011 by

VISAGE is a Technology Stars 2011 Winner

Editor’s Note: While VISAGE rebranded to VERDAZO in April 2016, we haven’t changed the VISAGE name in our previous blog posts. We’re proud of our decade of work as VISAGE and that lives on within these blogs. Enjoy. VISAGE is proud to announce that we are a Technology Stars 2011 winner for Best Exploration Technology. Check out the articles in the New Technology Magazine and the Oil & Gas Inquirer. The Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin is second to none in terms of the sheer volume of information that is readily available to the industry. This information has become an increasingly important resource in developing an understanding of plays and technical concepts. With the right tools this information can be used to narrow your focus and make “quick & accurate decisions that are well researched”. Kory Galbraith, VP of Engineering at Elkhorn Resources, took advantage of VISAGE’s visual analysis technology to analyze data from the geoLOGIC Data Center “to screen exploration areas in building its business plan”.  With the development of our most recent public data analysis capabilities, clients are using VISAGE as a “data exploration tool” to garner insights and make decisions that help them to optimize new and existing production opportunities....

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