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Wednesday, March 12, 2014

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Best and worst practise with UK well log data management - BGS perspective

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Andrew Kingdon
British Geological Survey


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Talk Description
- BGS sees almost all UK onshore well data (through agreements with DECC and legislative requirements) and much UK offshore data (through CDA)
- What we see as best and worst practise with UK well data management

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