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Total adopts SKUA as stand-alone application

Offshore staff

AMSTERDAM, the Netherlands – Total has adopted Paradigm’s SKUA 3D modeling as a stand-alone application. Total also is integrating SKUA into its proprietary geosciences platform using Paradigm/s development tools.

03/23/2011

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