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Geophysical Data Management For Non-Geophysicist

5th November 2018 - 7th November 2018

Overview

Exploration and Production (E&P) companies realize the importance of good technical data and the role which it plays in the exploration success. Geoscientists and engineers focus on maximizing hydrocarbon extraction by understanding and exploiting field geological and formations data. To achieve their challenging goals, they use sophisticated software to perform virtual field characterizations and analysis which generates terabytes of valuable intellectual data and information. This is one example, and there are many more by which new data is being generated and stored each day. Companies are investing into hardware and software to tackle these problems but lack the basic guide lines or policies to manage the growing data volume. This has led to even more problems and waste of valuable resources and funds. One of the key requirements for E&P companies is to have a well-defined data management strategy.

Who Should Attend

  • Upstream personnel
  • IT
  • Admin
  • HR
  • Non-geoscience personnel
  • * There are no technical prerequisites for this course besides having more than 3 years’ work experience and a higher education diploma

Key Learning Objectives

  • What is Data Management life cycle, why it is important, understanding Data Acquisitions in terms of
    exploration, production and life of field
  • The core Geophysical data types in the E&P industry and valuable best practices for them
  • Common seismic activity using Gulf of Mexico as a case study
  • The importance of frequency in data and learning about spectral analysis
  • Using Data analytics (big data, the cloud, Business Intelligence maturity modelling) in the Oil and Gas industry
  • Geophysical limitation and challenges
  • Being familiar with industry data standards

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Details

Start:
5th November 2018
End:
7th November 2018
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Venue

Kuala Lumpur
Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia + Google Map