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Fugro-Jason Product Suite Now Available on Microsoft® Windows®

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Fugro-Jason today announced Jason Geoscience Workbench 8.2, the latest version of its flagship product Jason Geoscience Workbench (JGW). For the first time, all Fugro-Jason products will be available for all current Microsoft Windows operating environments. JGW 8.2 integrates geological, geophysical, petrophysical and rock physics information into a single consistent model of the earth. Fugro-Jason is a leader in reservoir characterization technology for the oil and gas industry.

“JGW 8.2 represents a strategic technology move on our part to expand the platform options for our clients,” said Brad Woods, Fugro-Jason General Manager of Application Engineering. “Our development team leveraged the leading edge tools available in the Microsoft platform to deliver a high performance alternative to our well-regarded Linux version. In addition, clients can now use all Fugro-Jason products in a single Windows-based operating environment if they so choose.”

JGW is a seismic to simulation suite of applications that together enable users to build a single consistent model of the earth that can be used to locate hydrocarbons and drive drilling and production programs. With JGW, seismic, well log and statistical data can be directly input and used to calculate a geologic model or series of models. JGW 8.2 includes 3D seismic inversion, wavelet estimation, geostatistical inversion, AVA simultaneous inversion, rock physics, petrophysics, reservoir modeling and advanced analysis and 3D visualization.

This version also introduces the Multi-Attribute Well Interpolator (MAWI) application, which provides a new and better method for building low frequency geologic models driven by seismic attributes. MAWI is a new JGW application that makes it easier to make accurate low frequency models of JGW inversions. Available as an add-on module, MAWI is used by petrophysicists and geologists as part of the overall reservoir characterization workflow.

“Fugro-Jason has always placed a heavy emphasis on research and development, adding new capabilities and supporting new software architectures that will bring more value to our clients,” said Eric Adams, Fugro-Jason Managing Director. “With JGW 8.2 we extend the platform options for our clients, provide a unified platform for those that desire it, and add important new modeling functionality.”

JGW 8.2 will be released to clients in July of 2010.

About Fugro-Jason

Fugro-Jason is dedicated to delivering innovative products and services to help our clients identify and produce hydrocarbon deposits by integrating information from the various geoscience disciplines. Fugro-Jason applications make it possible to integrate geological, geophysical, geostatistical, petrophysical and rock physics information into a single consistent model of the earth. The application of Fugro-Jason’s technology, either through use of the software or through our consultancy services, substantially improves returns on E&P investments by adding invaluable reservoir model information that reduces the risks, costs and cycle-times associated with exploration, appraisal and field development and production.

Fugro-Jason is a unit of Fugro NV. Fugro was founded in 1962, and is listed on Euronext NV, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Fugro has more than 13,500 staff and a permanent presence in over 50 countries.

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