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Improving E&P (subsurface) data management


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Daljit Singh Sukhdev Singh
» Senior Manager, Petroleum Engineering Data, Technical Data(TD)
» Malaysia Petroleum Management, PETRONAS
Jess Kozman
» Regional Representative
» PPDM
Andy Moore
» Manager, IS Subsurface & IS Operations Queensland
» Santos

Tuesday, October 8, 2013
Kuala Lumpur
Impiana KLCC Hotel, Kuala Lumpur




Our second Kuala Lumpur data management event, on Tuesday October 8, looks at ways oil and gas companies can improve subsurface data management - including production data, seismic data, metrics, improving collaboration, and contractor data.
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Attend this event to learn from the experts about the best ways to manage production data quality, validate seismic data, improve technical data quality with collaboration, improving geoscientists' productivity, providing geoscience data via private cloud, using data quality metrics, and ensuring your contractors maintain data quality.

Agenda

 
8:30 Welcome coffee / registration
9:10 Philip Lesslar - Principal Consultant, Technical Assurance (full title below)
PETRONAS
chairman's introduction


Phillip Lesslar is principal consultant, Technical Assurance, Compliance & Technical Assurance, Group Technical Data, Project Delivery and Technology, with PETRONAS Exploration and Production.

He is from Miri in Malaysia has been working in a data management role for over 35 years. Even during his early days as a micropaleontologist working with Tertiary Foraminifera of NW Borneo, he was managing biostratigraphy databases and developing probabilistic approaches to paleo-environmental interpretations using fossil data.

He then transferred to geocomputing and information management in team lead and principal consultant roles in data and data quality management, doing various assignments in the Netherlands (The Hague, Rijswijk) and US (Houston, TX). In this capacity he has been responsible for initiating and coordinating the development of Global EP Data Standards, Data Quality Metrics and for how these will be deployed globally.

He is now responsible for Technical Assurance of Technical Data, in the Technical Data department of PETRONAS’s Petroleum Management Unit (PMU) in Kuala Lumpur.

He and his wife exercise and play badminton as much as they can. They have 2 children and travel is a priority on the family agenda.

PETRONAS
PETRONAS was incorporated on 17 August 1974 as the national oil company of Malaysia, vested with the entire ownership and control of the petroleum resources in the country. It has since grown from merely being the manager and regulator of Malaysia's upstream sector into a fully integrated oil and gas corporation, ranked among the FORTUNE Global 500® largest corporations in the world.
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9:15 Daljit Singh Sukhdev Singh - Senior Manager, Petroleum Engineering Data, Technical Data(TD)
Malaysia Petroleum Management, PETRONAS
Production Data Quality Management - Best Practices


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Mr. Daljit Singh is currently the Senior Manager of Petroleum Engineering Data in Petroleum Management Unit(PMU) PETRONAS based in Kuala Lumpur. He graduated with an honour's degree in Petroleum Engineering and a post graduate in Computer Science both from University of Technology Malaysia. He has been working with PETRONAS for the last 22 years (since graduation) at various positions from Reservoir Simulation Engineer, Reservoir Surveillance Engineer, Reservoir Development, Project Manager for FFR Studies and also Team Leader for various Data Management initiative in PETRONAS.

He is married with 3 marvellous teenagers. He loves playing field hockey and is also a marathoner. He is a word smith, regular blood donor and loves travelling the globe.
He is very passionate about programming and data management and personally developed a Data Quality tool called PCSB Data Doctor which was used extensively in PCSB Production Data Clean-up initiatives from 2010-2012.

Malaysia Petroleum Management, PETRONAS

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9:45 Jess Kozman - Regional Representative
PPDM
Case study: seismic metadata validation in Thailand


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Talk Description.
Why seismic metadata validation is a topic of growing importance to data managers
How it leads to time and cost savings, and drilling success
Developing metrics to justify cost and track success
Jess Kozman has over 30 years of experience in the oil and gas industry as an exploration geophysicist, IT data and project manager, and has founded and operated independent consulting companies specializing in data management and predictive analytics. His project work covers over 50 countries on every petroleum producing continent. He is a Licensed Professional Geoscientist, Registered Petroleum Geophysicist, and a Certified Project Management Practitioner. Jess is a frequent speaker at industry events and facilitates workshops and field trips for education and community outreach

PPDM
The PPDM Association is a global, not-for-profit standards organization that works collaboratively with industry to create and publish data management standards for the resource industry. Through the PPDM Association, worldwide petroleum data experts gather together in a collaborative, round table approach to engineer business driven, pragmatic data management standards that will meet industry needs.
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10:15 Noor Fadhilah Bt M Raes - Regulatory Compliance & Technical Assurance, Technical Data, Technical Global, Upstream Business
Malaysia Petroleum Management, PETRONAS
PETRONAS E&P Technical Data Standards Triple-A Approach – Value through Collaboration


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Talk Description.
Data standards are an essential component of the data management challenge in any organization. This is especially true in an upstream E&P organization where the cost of data acquisition is significant and the data entropy effect is high. Much of the value of data is derived in workflows, reusability and sustainability.

However, the creation of good data standards is not easy. It is not exciting, with no quick short term gains, it is tedious, requires meticulous checking of dependencies within the organization as well as knowledge of the availability of similar work outside the organization. Very often, this work is also not well recognized.

With the recent creation of a Technical Data Division with PETRONAS E&P, data standardization is given due recognition as an important part of the Technical Data Management Framework. This paper describes the phased approach that is now being followed to build up PETRONAS E&P’s data management capability for the longer term.
Fadhilah joined technical data management team in 2013. She is with the Technical Assurance team since then looking after the technical data governance which covers the technical applications portfolio management, data architecture, data quality and data standards. She’s married with two kids and enjoy listening to Malay traditional songs

Malaysia Petroleum Management, PETRONAS

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10:45 Coffee break sponsored by -
New Digital Business



New Digital Business provides Petrotechnical Support (Applications and Data), Project Management and Consulting services which ensure the most effective use of your digital technology assets in finding and producing hydrocarbons.
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11:15 Victor A. Lunar - Service Business Manager - Asia
Schlumberger Information Solutions (SIS)
Enhancing Geoscientists Productivity: The Studio E&P Knowledge Environment


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Schlumberger Limited (NYSE:SLB) is the world''s leading oilfield services company supplying technology, information solutions and integrated project management that optimize reservoir performance for customers working in the oil and gas industry.
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11:45 Janet Hicks - Sr. Manager, Information Management
Landmark Software and Services (Halliburton)



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For more than 25 years, Landmark has been providing solutions to E&P challenges through the continuous development and enhancement of our leading high-science software and technology services. With over 350 patent filings since 2001, we recognize that solving your challenges of today, and those of tomorrow, requires constant innovation around everything we do.
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12:15 Panel discussion with all morning speakers
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12:45 Lunch
13:29 Karl Jeffery - Editor
Digital Energy Journal
chairman's introduction


Karl Jeffery is editor of Digital Energy Journal and managing director of Future Energy Publishing, which also publishes Tanker Operator magazine and Carbon Capture Journal. He was previously co-founder and editor of Digital Ship Ltd, a publishing company focussing on IT in the shipping sector. He has a BEng in chemical engineering from Nottingham University

Digital Energy Journal
Founded in 2006, Digital Energy Journal is the world's leading magazine for digital technology in the upstream oil and gas industry, covering developments in exploration, drilling and production, covering IT infrastructure, software, automation and people. We produce 6 issues per year, distributed by print and pdf, and an e-mail newsletter every Friday
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13:30 Andy Moore - Manager, IS Subsurface & IS Operations Queensland
Santos
Santos' experience with providing geoscience systems over a private cloud


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How this facilitates centralised data management and data analytics.
Santos has been providing Australia with natural gas from the remote outback for more than 40 years, and today is one of the largest producers of natural gas for the Australian domestic market. Santos has also developed major oil and liquids businesses in Australia and operates in all mainland Australian states and the Northern Territory.
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14:00 Hassan B Sabirin - Subsurface Data Management Executive
Malaysia Petroleum Management, PETRONAS
PETRONAS E&P Technical Data Quality Metrics Initiative – Going Green with Data


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Talk Description.
People, process & technology are often touted as the 3 important components an organization must have in order to ensure that the data is managed properly and effectively. While that is true to a large degree, the existence of this tripartite in the organization does not necessarily support the sustainability of good data management practices over the longer term. Data quality today still remains as a significant challenge we face in the E&P industry.

For the data we use within upstream E&P, data quality metrics, when implemented in the right databases, creates a transparency that cannot be easily achieved by any other means, and provides us with a powerful tool to highlight issues before the problem becomes too big. A proper data quality framework also address data issues in holistic way and combines with data ownerships and accountabilities to ensure the right interventions and corrections get done.

This paper describes PETRONAS E&P’s data quality metrics initiative that will progressively improve the quality of data used by the business and result in a traffic-light format data quality dashboard that gets more and more green.
Hassan Sabirin is the Data Quality Metrics focal person for Technical Data at PETRONAS.

He graduated with a BSc Computational Geoscience from Imperial College London in 2007. Having started off his career as a Wellsite and Exploration Geologist, he is familiar with the various Exploration activities.

His current position reflects his passion in integrating computer systems and science best practice to create value. In his free time, Hassan enjoys tending to plants, computer programming, gadget tinkering and toying around with GIS

Malaysia Petroleum Management, PETRONAS

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14:30 Sharifa Dalila Syed Idrus - Regulatory Compliance & Technical Assurance, Technical Data
PETRONAS
PETRONAS E&P Technical Data Contractor Compliance Index – Towards Data Submission Excellence


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Sharifah Dalila or better known as Dell graduated from Multimedia University in Media Innovation (Advertising). She has 2 years working experience in Media Relations with Malaysia National News Company (BERNAMA) and 4 years experience in Mindset and Change Management, PETRONAS.

She joined Data Management in October 2012 and has been dealing with PSC data submission compliance, data disclosure and due diligence audit.

Her most favourite city is Paris.

PETRONAS
PETRONAS was incorporated on 17 August 1974 as the national oil company of Malaysia, vested with the entire ownership and control of the petroleum resources in the country. It has since grown from merely being the manager and regulator of Malaysia's upstream sector into a fully integrated oil and gas corporation, ranked among the FORTUNE Global 500® largest corporations in the world.
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15:00 Glenn Mansfield - director
Flare Solutions Limited
Making Change Management stick in Information/Data management projects


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Glenn has worked in the oil and gas industry since 1987, and now provides consulting services through Flare Solutions. Flare’s focus is Information Management for Oil and Gas.

Glenn has worked on a wide range of projects providing information management strategy, knowledge management, procedures and standards development, change management and solution deployment to an international client base. Glenn's original discipline experience was in petroleum engineering and production operations, and he was also heavily involved in corporate database systems whilst working in BG E&P. He worked for IBM before co-founding Flare Solutions Limited in 1998.

Specialities: Information management in Oil and Gas, Solutions deployment, Knowledge Management, Taxonomy development, Bespoke product development

Glenn has a B. Eng. in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering.

Flare Solutions Limited
We provide Information Management consultancy, services and software solutions to the upstream industry, including oil and gas companies, from super-majors to small independents, service providers, regulators and government agencies. We provide trusted Information Management (IM) advice, services and tools that help our clients achieve business goals through more effective management of their information
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15:30 Multiple -
Panel Discussion
Panel discussion


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Panel Discussion
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