Author Archives: Natalie St. Hilaire

About Natalie St. Hilaire

Yoga fanatic, software sales rep, own a cat

Royalties…Everyone Wants to Get Paid

I can remember the first Williston Basin conference I went to in 2008 in Minot, North Dakota. Horizontal technology was just hitting its stride and the main concern about producing Bakken oil was lack of infrastructure to deliver it to market. No one was … Continue reading

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Montney Part 3

(Part of a joint series combining the power of VISAGE visual analytics software with geoLOGIC’s value-added data live from the gDC) Welcome to the third and final post on the Montney. I decided to do it a bit differently today and show some … Continue reading

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Montney Part 2: Alberta vs. BC

(Part of a joint series combining the power of VISAGE visual analytics software with geoLOGIC’s value-added data live from the gDC) One of the ways we have decided to look at Montney production in this series is to compare what has happened in … Continue reading

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Montney Part 1

 (Part of a joint series combining the power of VISAGE visual analytics software with geoLOGIC’s value-added data live from the gDC) There will be 2 more Montney blog posts coming up in the next week here at VISAGE and geoLOGIC. We thought it … Continue reading

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Bakken Part 1

Hello Readers! Today is quite exciting as we have our first blog post showcasing the power of gDC data and visualization from Visage. We are going to be releasing a series of analysis in conjunction with Visage to display the … Continue reading

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Addicted to Ted

One of my newest internet fascinations is the TED website. There are hundreds of short videos from a multitude of different speakers talking about … EVERYTHING. The tagline for TED is “Ideas Worth Spreading” and that is really the one … Continue reading

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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

  A picture is worth a thousand words, and there is no industry that benefits from visual presentation of information more than the petroleum industry. Since we can’t exactly see hundreds of meters below the surface of the earth we … Continue reading

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What getting lost in the mountains teaches you about geoSCOUT

Thoughts of last year are flooding my mind (no pun intended) with all the rain we had last week. I can remember the CSPG golf tournament and all the rain we were getting at that time- we were surprised the … Continue reading

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Build, Buy or Partner?

Kind of sounds like Win, Lose or Draw… But not nearly the same thing. Software is constantly changing. Not only do increases in technology push development forward but new ideas and the competitive business environment make it pretty hard for … Continue reading

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I’m So Fascinating!

…Did I make you look??? Not to worry this entire blog will not be about me, actually none of it will. But if you saw the title and thought to yourself “that’s a little appalling” but you still had to … Continue reading

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