Strata Mecanica
About IESL

IESL Global - Innovative-Engineering faviconInnovative Engineering Systems Limited was founded in 1995 by J. Callander and J. Tovar. With over two decades of successfull international experience both onshore and offshore, the company’s strategy was based on the development and implementation of engineering capabilities to support the well construction, reservoir management and production engineering disciplines. Over the years, IESL has build an outstanding reputation and track record for delivering results in these areas. The company contribution has resulted in significant client’s achievements, enhanced value of their assets and improved operational performance worldwide.

We successfully managed the many industry cycles by delivering sound, first class engineering support to our client’s operations. In 2017 we started our journey and transition by evolving our capabilities aided by digitalization of our existing services and developing new services. Using our in-house developed data science and engineering processes, the results are outstanding, our Data and Analysis portal Strata Mecanica aims to be the largest client support system for geomechanical applications in the world.

Our People

Company culture has always been based on diversity, strong professional development, inclusion and independence. At IESL we have developed various generations of professionals in many disciplines associated with geosciences, well construction, production and reservoir engineering. Our engineers, geologists and geoscientist have successfully completed over 600 projects for our clients in most oil & gas basins; from the Peruvian jungle to Southern Australia and from West Africa to Norway.

Our Team
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Strata Mecanica logoInstructions for Graph Production


Step 1: Project Details

Enter the details for you project for easy identification.

Step 2: Units of Measurement

Select Imperial or Metric and ensure you enter ALL data in that unit of measurement

Step 3: Data Entry

Enter the data for each Formation

Step 4: Summit your entries

 

Submit your entries for graph calculation and press "Go Back" to re-enter any values