Petrel 2013 Crack Installation Guide
Petrel 2013 Installation Guide
Petrel is a software platform that integrates geoscience, reservoir engineering, and drilling workflows to enable multidisciplinary collaboration and decision making. Petrel 2013 is the latest version of the software that offers enhanced features and performance. This article will guide you through the steps to install Petrel 2013 on your computer.
Before you install Petrel 2013, make sure that your computer meets the minimum system requirements as listed below:
Operating system: Windows 7 (64-bit) or Windows 8 (64-bit)
Processor: Intel Core i5 or higher
Memory: 8 GB RAM or more
Hard disk space: 20 GB or more
Graphics card: NVIDIA Quadro or AMD FirePro with at least 1 GB of dedicated memory
Network: Ethernet or wireless connection for license activation and updates
Petrel automatically manages graphics card memory for most data types and windows. Choosing the right graphics card optimizes Petrel visualization performance. Petrel enables rendering and computation on the graphics card for many data objects, such as seismic, well data, surfaces, point, and polygons.
To install Petrel 2013, follow these steps:
Insert the Petrel 2013 installation DVD into your DVD drive or mount the ISO image file if you have downloaded it from the Schlumberger website.
Run the setup.exe file from the DVD or the ISO image file. The Petrel 2013 installation wizard will start.
Follow the instructions on the screen to select the language, accept the license agreement, choose the installation folder, and select the components to install. You can choose to install Petrel 2013 (64-bit), Schlumberger Licensing 2013, and Petrel documentation.
Click Install to begin the installation process. Wait for the installation to complete.
Click Finish to exit the installation wizard.
Licensing and Activation
To use Petrel 2013, you need to activate a license from Schlumberger. You can activate a license either online or offline, depending on your network connection and preference. To activate a license, follow these steps:
Open the Schlumberger Licensing application from the Start menu or the desktop shortcut.
Select Local License Server from the left pane.
Click Add License File and browse to the license file that you have received from Schlumberger. The license file has a .lic extension and contains information about your product entitlements and expiration dates.
Click Open to add the license file to the local license server.
If you want to start the local license server automatically with Windows, check the option Start automatically with Windows. You can also specify a port number for the local license server or leave it as Automatic.
Click Start to start the local license server. You should see a green icon indicating that the local license server is running.
Open Petrel 2013 from the Start menu or the desktop shortcut. Petrel will connect to the local license server and verify your license entitlements. You should see a message confirming that your license is valid and activated.
If you have any problems with licensing or activation, you can contact Schlumberger support for assistance.
This article has provided a brief overview of how to install Petrel 2013 on your computer and activate a license from Schlumberger. Petrel 2013 is a powerful software platform that enables you to perform various geoscience, reservoir engineering, and drilling workflows in an integrated environment. For more information about Petrel 2013 features and functionalities, you can refer to the online help or the PDF documentation that are included in the installation package.