Established in 2005

Rock Flow Dynamics had a clear vision to provide engineers with state-of-the-art dynamic reservoir simulation technology that met the modern day expectations for performance and usability. Now in our 16th year of development, tNavigator has grown into a fully integrated reservoir modelling & simulation solution, the first of it’s kind to integrate geoscience, reservoir engineering & production engineering domains in a single platform.

With offices in 25 countries globally, our technology has been adopted by over 300 commercial clients around the world. As well as world-class software, Rock Flow Dynamics offers a trusted team of industry experts and technical geniuses. Whether you require training, software support or project consultancy; our global teams of experienced specialists are ready to help you.

We pride ourselves on listening to and acting on the demands of the industry, and delivering outstanding technology & service to our user community. Our development team now exceeds 120 software developers, delivering four major releases of tNavigator per year.

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Carbon Capture Storage Summit – Tokyo

5 & 6 December 2023 | Tokyo, Japan Unleashing innovation for a greener tomorrow Explore cutting-edge insights at the Carbon Capture & Storage Summit Tokyo 2023! Delve into global case studies, engage in deep discussions on CCS...

Rock Flow Dynamics Showcases Leading Reservoir Simulation Technologies at ADIPEC 2023

Rock Flow Dynamics, a leader in reservoir simulation and modeling solutions, earlier this month took part in the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) 2023. The company's participation included a prominent booth...

tNavigator 23.3 is available to users

Rock Flow Dynamics (RFD) is pleased to announce the release of the latest version of our flagship product, tNavigator. Version 23.3 is now available to users. Key new features in 23.3 In the Simulator kernel: It is now possible to model...