Schlumberger continues to support education and research programs around the globe by providing academic institutions industry leading integrated software platforms and high science numerical engines.
Software Integrated Solutions technology supports the needs of expert utilizations, as well as more flexible geoscientist or engineers seeking end-to-end solutions. This enables workflows that facilitate closer integrations of geoscience disciplines and decision making.
The most common software packages that support IBA projects include Petrel*, Techlog*, and PetroMod*. (*Schlumberger, Petrel, Techlog and PetroMod are trademarks of Schlumberger.)
If your country is not listed above, please apply for a Schlumberger software grant by contacting .
Parties requesting Schlumberger software must include the following information with their request:
IMPORTANT: Applicants should copy their coordinator on all correspondence regarding software requests and issues and are encouraged, where applicable to utilize the university formal email (e.g. the .edu email extension).
To ensure timely delivery of licenses, teams should complete their license request before December 15th. Incomplete requests or improper email addresses can result in delays or failure of license delivery.
The program offers commercial software developed by Schlumberger Software Integrated Solutions to selected colleges and universities at no cost to:
Typically, the Schlumberger Software Donations program provides three-year, renewable licenses, software maintenance, and technical support. Universities can use the software to instruct students as part of a course curriculum or to conduct academic research. The software is not intended for commercial use by the university. Should the university wish to acquire the software licenses solely for use by the IBA project team, then the software will be issued for a limited period of 6 months non-renewable covering the period of the annual competition.
Training for Schlumberger products can be requested by visiting the Schlumberger NExT web site. Additional training can be found in Petrel Guru.