Fundamentals of E&P Data Management

Audience

Practicing Data Managers/Information Managers. Geoscientists and Engineers from all related disciplines. Technical managers such as IT specialists. Librarians and Administrators that deal with an organization’s E&P data.

Content

The course consists of 16 modules, each of which examines a different aspect of E&P data management. An introduction to the value of effective data management is followed by familiarization with seismic, well, reservoir and production data domains. An analysis of Data Operations (Data Lifecycle, Cataloguing & Data Standards, Physical Data Handling, Digital Data Management, Data Quality Assurance & Control, Data Transformation, Data Integration and Archive Management) is followed by topics that focus on how these data operations contribute to the execution of effective Business Processes (Business Process Management, Data Governance and Business Continuity). An evaluation of learning outcomes and the capture of a personal action plan finalizes the course.

Learning Objectives

  • The importance of E&P data management
  • The role of the primary data domains
  • The value of E&P data as an asset
  • Data transformation processes
  • The role of technology
  • Operational workflows and procedures essential for managing E&P data
  • Data governance requirements and standards
  • Business continuity, including recovery from disaster

Duration

4-days

Number of Participants

6 - 12

Prerequisites

Practical working experience of the E&P business sector and understanding of basic data types.

Software Used

None

Course Format

Classroom delivery with presentations, discussions, practical exercises and activities

Audience

Practicing Data Managers/Information Managers. Geoscientists and Engineers from all related disciplines. Technical managers such as IT specialists. Librarians and Administrators that deal with an organization’s E&P data.

Content

The course consists of 16 modules, each of which examines a different aspect of E&P data management. An introduction to the value of effective data management is followed by familiarization with seismic, well, reservoir and production data domains. An analysis of Data Operations (Data Lifecycle, Cataloguing & Data Standards, Physical Data Handling, Digital Data Management, Data Quality Assurance & Control, Data Transformation, Data Integration and Archive Management) is followed by topics that focus on how these data operations contribute to the execution of effective Business Processes (Business Process Management, Data Governance and Business Continuity). An evaluation of learning outcomes and the capture of a personal action plan finalizes the course.

Learning Objectives

The importance of E&P data management
The role of the primary data domains
The value of E&P data as an asset
Data transformation processes
The role of technology
Operational workflows and procedures essential for managing E&P data
Data governance requirements and standards
Business continuity, including recovery from disaster

Duration

4-days

Number of Participants

6 - 12

Prerequisites

Practical working experience of the E&P business sector and understanding of basic data types.

Software Used

None

Course Format

Classroom delivery with presentations, discussions, practical exercises and activities

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