About Us

The upstream oil and gas industry has experienced a longstanding challenge to efficiently and reliably access subsurface data on a global scale. This can be largely attributable to outdated technology and infrastructure.

In 2014 the industry experienced a multi-year economic downturn that dramatically changed the outlook of the sector, ushering a time of renewed efficiency and innovation.

As we saw in the 90’s, manual processes and mainframe calculations were superseded by high-powered workstations and 3D workflows. Today, the industry is once again poised for major change.

 

In 2018, a group of energy-focused software companies, namely Bluware, Headwave, Hue, and Kalkulo AS merged to become Bluware Corp. to empower change, growth, and a sustainable future for the energy sector.

As companies pivot from fossil fuels to sustainable energy sources, the combination of new industry standards, cloud computing, and artificial intelligence will be critical for companies to adapt quickly, work smarter, and continue to be profitable. Companies that adapt faster, will have a significant advantage over their competition.

OUR MISSION

Bluware enables the energy industry to explore the full value of subsurface data without the limitations forced by data size and existing interpretation software. We help increase E&P workflow productivity through cloud solutions and deep learning, so geoscientists can deliver faster and smarter decisions about the subsurface. Bluware delivers solutions that are scalable, cost-effective, and compliant with operational business needs.

Board of Directors

Diderich Buch

Richard D. Jones

Shona Grant

John Gibson

Kirk Coburn

Per Arne Jensen

OUR CREW

With more than 20 years of experience delivering technology for the people who shape the E&P industry, we’re changing the industry one petabyte at a time. Learn about our team.

Dan Piette
TOM MUNDHEIM
PAUL ENDRESEN
Diderich Buch
ANDY JAMES
MARIUS STORM-OLSEN
SURI BHAT
EDDIE GARCIA
COMPANIES

WE WORK WITH

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