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Operational Data and Information Management Practices

4th November 2015


In the oil and gas industry, organizations must apply new technologies and processes that will capture and transform raw data into actionable insight to improve asset value and yield while enhancing safety and protecting the environment. The biggest challenge the industry faces is so-called “data democratization,” or making the data available to decision-makers across several departments in a way that allows everyone to use it meaningfully. Often, data is in silos and these are all closed-shell systems, and not easily accessible.

The operational production group handles the information on how hydrocarbons are flowing through the well. Better data analysis could help oil and gas companies boost production by 6 to 8 percent. Improved use of data could result in better up-time.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Manage data as an asset with standard procedures
  • Learn how an organization analyses and oversees maintenance of operational data information stores and solutions
  • Examine how organizations apply quality management methods to assess, improve and assure fitness for business use in operational data in accordance with industry and organizational business rules
  • Communicate operational aspects and value in a clear and timely manner to align with business strategy
  • Apply policies, practices, and procedures used in operational master data management and compliance
  • Execute policies and processes for operational data security management
  • Use coordinates and mapping to accurately represent the position of operational assets

Who Should Attend

This course is designed for professionals whose role is linked to operational data management and include job titles such as:

  • Data managers
  • Data analysts
  • Data technicians
  • Document managers
  • Facilities data managers and technicians
  • Engineering records managers
  • End users of operational, facilities and engineering data
  • Asset team data managers
  • Industry content providers
  • Technical assistants working with operational data
  • Data architects
  • Technical librarians for asset teams
  • Surface data content managers
  • Operational information managers

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