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Developments with digital oilfield IT infrastructure

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Thursday, June 2, 2011

Video Presentation

Energistics, WITSML, PRODML and National Data Repositories could all come together to deliver major benefits

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Stewart Robinson
UK Government Department of Energy and Climate Change

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Talk Description
The UK government, together with a number of other oil provinces such as Norway, have been using the emerging web services technology to deliver real benefits in the way that their oil provinces can be exploited. Web technology improves communication and delivers efficiency benefits but a major leap forward in government / industry cooperation still eludes us because we still do not have agreed data exchange standards.
This talk outlines the current “state of the nation” of government / industry cooperation, describes (as an example) what has happened in the UK and then suggests a way forward that is being supported by Energistics through its custodianship of the National Data Repositories movement.

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