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Spatial Energy, Geoimage Partner for Australian Energy Industry

May 15, 2013  - By 0 Comments

Spatial Energy has signed a partnership agreement with Geoimage, headquartered in Brisbane, Australia. According to Spatial Energy, the partnership will build capacity and expand access to greater spatial content within the oil and gas industry in Australasia, enhancing the capabilities of Australian customers who operate nationally and globally and allowing them to derive more value from their existing and new geospatial datasets.

Spatial Energy provides, hosts and disseminates spatial imagery and derived content to the oil and gas industry through its online system Spatial on Demand. Geoimage is a provider of satellite imagery and processing services to the mining, oil and gas, and engineering sectors in Australia. Through this partnership, Geoimage augments its existing capabilities by providing Australian customers with the hosting and dissemination technologies that Spatial Energy brings, offering local expertise and services to global customers operating in the Australian region. This will bring new products, capacity and technology to the Australian energy sector, allowing customers to extract even more benefit from their imagery and derived spatial data layers, the companies said.

“By bringing together two culturally and technically similar organizations to better service the energy market in Australia, Geoimage and Spatial Energy will better meet the needs of both our customers. We are very excited to introduce the Spatial on Demand online hosting and delivery facility to Australian customers,” said Wayne Middleton, CEO of Geoimage Pty Ltd.

“By offering new technology, services and high value content coverage globally and for Australasia, we see our partnership providing both of our customer bases with better services, and increased content, access and collaboration capabilities to help them solve their exploration and production challenges,” said Michael McCarthy, Vice President Corporate Development of Spatial Energy.

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Tracy Cozzens

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Senior Editor Tracy Cozzens joined GPS World magazine in 2006. She also is editor of GPS World’s newsletters and the sister website Geospatial Solutions. She has worked in government, for non-profits, and in corporate communications, editing a variety of publications for audiences ranging from federal government contractors to teachers.

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