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We are pleased to announce that we are now taking bookings for the IGI User Group meeting in June, please see the User Group page for more details:
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By Tiago CunhaGo to: Combining petroleum systems modelling approaches to de-risk frontier rift basins: an application to the Namibe Basin, off southern Angola
in Bahrain on the 3 - 5 February 2020
Do you want to work in a team of peers improving technical, specialist software in a sustainable way?Go to: We are looking for a Senior .NET Backend Developer to join our team at IGI
We are pleased to announce the release of version 220.127.116.11 of p:IGI+ and Metis Transform. This version includes a number of new features and performance enhancements, and is an advised update for all users.Go to: p:IGI+/Metis Transform version 1.21.x release
IGI are looking for an experienced geochemist or petroleum systems analyst to work alongside Paul Farrimond and Dan Cornford, ensuring the long-term sustainability of the company.
Marianne Nuzzo will be at the Prospex Meeting in London on the 11th and 12th of December and, and she will present a talk on “Geochemical evidence for Jurassic-sourced petroleum in the Devil’s Hole Horst, UK Central North Sea” on the first day.Go to: IGI at Prospex, London 11-12 December 2019