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Geoscientists spend up to 80% of their time searching for and formatting geoscience information and data

Today’s geoscientists and researchers face major challenges due to volatile oil and gas market conditions and reduced academic  research budgets. Efficiency is key, but geoscientists spend more time discovering and formatting geologic data than they do on analysis and interpretation. Geoscientists need a faster, more efficient approach to make better interpretations and recommendations.

New in Geofacets: figures and tables

New in Geofacets: figures and tables - Solutions | Elsevier

Geofacets has added more than 1,000,000 easy-to-access figures and tables to its innovative geological database, including seismic sections, stratigraphy, well data and more. With Geofacets, oil and gas companies can quickly discover georeferenced figures and tables from trusted geoscience publications. This helps them to make more confident decisions about the surface and subsurface, mitigate risk and increase productivity.

Increase team productivity with Geofacets

Geofacets is the largest, most comprehensive solution of its kind and helps organisations optimise time, money and talent. Geofacets is used by leading oil and gas companies and academic institutions to quickly uncover reliable, actionable geoscience information and data sourced from scientific publications.

Increase team productivity with Geofacets - Solutions | Elsevier

"[Using Geofacets] the company was able to complete a global evaluation – that would have taken at least a year – in under six months." Geophysicist, oil & gas company
"I use Geofacets to elevate my original thoughts." Subject specialist, large European university
"Geofacets is an efficient tool for finding play analogues that ultimately help decrease exploration risk." Exploration geologist, oil & gas company

 Geofacets answers complex questions - Solutions | Elsevier

Geofacets answers complex questions about the surface and subsurface in a modern way, so geoscientists can focus on interpretation:

  • What are the characteristics of a basin?
  • What is the quality of the source rock?
  • How much total organic carbon exists in an opportunity?
  • What geological risks are associated with an area?