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Blueback Project Tracker Utilities
By Cegal (previously Blueback Reservoir)
Plug-in Attributes
Data Management
Norway, EAR99
  • 2015 | 2016 | 2017
Supporting Documents
Installation Guide
Release Notes
The Blueback Project Tracker plug-in for tracking and monitoring Petrel projects on network drives, creates a SQL meta-database and has a range of tools to detect errors and data management issues related to Petrel projects. With the Tracker Utilities module all projects in the database can be upgraded to a newer version of Petrel in one go.
  • This product requires the Blueback Project Tracker to be installed
  • Save time and upgrade all Petrel projects to current version of Petrel
  • Provides the Petrel data manager with the ability to upgrade projects, no need to let the Petrel user spend time on these operations
  • Monitor the upgrade process
  • Get an overview of all Petrel projects and Petrel version
  • Validate the projects before the upgrade process is started
The Blueback Project Tracker Utilities module consists of a Petrel project upgrade tool that upgrades selected projects to a new Petrel version. This module is free of charge for versions up to Blueback Project Tracker 5.6.1; from version 5.7, it is no longer supported and the features it contains are moved to the Blueback Project Tracker module, where they will continue to evolve.