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C&C Reservoirs have announced that they will be improving their content structure in 2022 to meet the needs of the energy transition in the upstream subsurface oil and gas industry.
This article appeared in Vol. 18, No. 6 - 2022

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This month C&C Reservoirs have announced that they will be improving their content structure in 2022 to meet the needs of the energy transition in the upstream subsurface oil and gas industry. After more than 25 years, C&C Reservoirs’ Field Evaluation Reports will be replaced with two new innovative report types: Reservoirs Evaluation Reports and Basin Synopses. 

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These changes will allow users of the Digital Analogue Knowledge System (DAKS™) to quickly and conveniently access the data that is most important to them, enabling a more efficient benchmarking of oil and gas assets against global analogues. DAKS users can expect to find more focused, detailed reports, along with a higher frequency of new and updated reports. 

This transformation will begin to take effect from January 2022 when C&C Reservoirs will release the first batch of their new and improved reports. Over the next few years, C&C Reservoirs aim to convert all existing reports into the new formats whilst updating their contents to ensure their new Reservoir Evaluation Reports and Basin Synopses contain the most up-to-date information available. 

For more information visit the C&C Reservoirs website.

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