Computer Modelling Group Ltd.

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Computer Modelling Group Ltd. is an innovator and the world leader for reservoir simulation technology and performance. With its 100% focus on reservoir simulation, CMG is at the forefront in modelling new recovery methods and developing state-of-the-art techniques to help customers overcome existing technological barriers to reach strategic goals. Recently, CMG integrated Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning and Cloud-based workflows into its industry-leading reservoir simulation technology. CMG’s efficient modelling algorithms, found in its easy-to-use software, empowers customers to maximize hydrocarbon recovery by applying the most profitable production process.

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