We see our partnership providing both of our customer bases with better services, content and collaboration capabilities to help them solve their exploration and production challenges”, said Michael McCarthy, V.P. Corporate Development, Spatial Energy
Boulder, Colorado and Brisbane, Australia (PRWEB) May 13, 2013
Spatial Energy is pleased to announce that it has signed a partnership with Geoimage, headquartered in Brisbane, Australia. This partnership will build capacity and expand access to greater spatial content within the Oil and Gas industry in Australasia, enhancing the capabilities of Australian customers who operate nationally and globally and allowing them to derive more value from their existing and new geospatial datasets.
Spatial Energy is the market leader in providing, hosting and disseminating spatial imagery and derived content to the Oil and Gas industry through its widely used online system, Spatial on Demand®. Geoimage is recognised as the premier provider of satellite imagery and processing services to the Mining, Oil and Gas and Engineering sectors in Australia. Through this partnership, Geoimage augments its existing capabilities by providing Australian customers with the superior hosting and dissemination technologies that Spatial Energy brings, offering local expertise and services to global customers operating in the Australian region. This will bring new products, capacity and technology to the Australian energy sector, allowing customers to extract even more benefit from their imagery and derived spatial data layers.
“By bringing together two culturally and technically similar organizations to better service the energy market in Australia, Geoimage and Spatial Energy will better meet the needs of both our customers. We are very excited to introduce the Spatial on Demand online hosting and delivery facility to Australian customers," said Wayne Middleton, CEO of Geoimage Pty Ltd.
“By offering new technology, services and high value content coverage globally and for Australasia, we see our partnership providing both of our customer bases with better services, and increased content, access and collaboration capabilities to help them solve their exploration and production challenges," said Michael McCarthy, Vice President Corporate Development of Spatial Energy.
Geoimage is a privately owned Australian company and a leading, award winning supplier of satellite imagery, image processing and geospatial services to the user community.
With over 24 years’ experience and offices in Brisbane, Sydney and Perth, Geoimage has gained an enviable reputation for providing independent advice, professional service and timely delivery. Geoimage services a global client base which spans a number of industry sectors, including natural resources, all tiers of government, mineral and oil exploration, primary production and utilities management.
For more information, visit the website at http://www.geoimage.com.au.
About Spatial Energy
Spatial Energy serves the Oil and Gas industry by providing the right spatial imagery and data content at the right price which is hosted and disseminated throughout the organisation. As a result, customers – 5 of the Top 6 Super Majors and 30 of the Top 50 Oil & Gas Companies in the world – are enabled to efficiently and effectively manage their workflows throughout the exploration and production lifecycle.
Spatial Energy has preferred relationships with the leading data providers and data is tailored for use within geological and geophysical desktop applications, as well as web applications and geoportals. As the world leader for geospatial data management for energy companies, Spatial Energy offer the fastest, most comprehensive delivery of data onto the oil and gas desktop with the Spatial on Demand (http://www.spatialondemand.com) product. By reducing the cost, time, and effort associated with acquiring and analysing complex geospatial information, Spatial Energy helps energy companies turn imagery from a time-consuming task into a corporate asset.
For more information, visit the website at http://www.spatialenergy.com.