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Speed time to market and reaction to an ever changing market demand

Because data is generated across the entire operation, from exploration to extraction to refining, disparate and non-integrated data sources can lead to loss of efficiency, missed opportunities and potentially lost revenue. An enterprise-level Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) is an essential software solution enabling the laboratory to receive data from remote operational sites, centralize data across all lab instruments, and connect the lab with other enterprise systems upstream and downstream. A LIMS manages workflow and SOPs and can enable compliance with regulatory or industry requirements such as ISO 17025. With good data, management can have confidence in their daily operations, and customers will have confidence they are receiving quality product that meets the required specifications.


14 Reasons to Consider When Investing in an Enterprise-Level LIMS for Oil & Gas Exploration

With good data, management can have confidence in their daily operations, and customers will have confidence they are receiving quality product that meets the required specifications. Here are fourteen reasons to invest in an enterprise-level LIMS

Managing Lab Data: Laboratory Information Management Systems in Modern Mining

A look at the applications and benefits of laboratory information management systems in modern mining.

How LIMS Ensures Product Quality and Facilitates ISO Certification

In hydrocarbon processing, lower grade feedstock may dictate higher in-process sampling and analysis rates to prevent defects during the manufacturing process.  

The World's Largest GTL Facility Runs on LIMS

Pearl GTL demanded a proven and reliable data management solution. LIMS was the answer.

Increasing Yields

The oil and gas industry faces mounting and diverging pressures in exploration and production. LIMS play a key role in managing this effort. 

WDXRF as an Investigative and Analytical Tool Using Small Spot/Mapping

Geological samples can offer the most interesting and informative mapping images. 


When Should You Use WDXRF Analysis in Mining?

When it comes to off-site lab analysis, Wavelength Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (WDXRF) instruments are employed in geology laboratories to evaluate materials and products with wide elemental coverage, wide concentration ranges and varied samples matrices.

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