S&T ocean plug-in takes first

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On July 29, 2015

A group of geophysics and petroleum engineering graduate students from Missouri S&T took first place in Schlumberger’s North American Ocean Academic Competition in March. They earned $15,000 for developing a plug-in for Schlumberger’s Ocean Petrel software, which lets oil and gas companies easily incorporate science-based plug-ins into their projects instead of using multiple software solutions.

The software developed at S&T is being made available to Schlumberger customers on the company’s website.

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