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Petroleum seminar 28
Petroleum seminar 28
Petroleum seminar 28
Petroleum seminar 28
Petroleum seminar 28
Petroleum seminar 28
Petroleum seminar 28
Petroleum seminar 28
Petroleum seminar 28
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  • 1. ”Big Data - SubSea, SubSurface and Seismic Data in GIS” Stavanger May 28th 2014 Morten Tønnesen, Managing Director, Geocap AS
  • 2. Requirements for a Shared Earth Model • Manage Big Data • Open System • Scalable • Data Management System • Support Sharing and Collaboration • Cost efficient Solution
  • 3. Key Question: Why do you need this ?
  • 4. The Need for a Shared Earth Model Subsurface Exploration, Field Development and Production • Exploration, Field Development and Production Planning • Calculate Oil and Gas In Place Volumes • Assess Subsurface Risk and Uncertainty • Input to History Matching and Production Forecasting • Input to Wellplanning and Drilling Operations • Quick Look Studies and Data Room Visits • Input to License Round /APA Applications Big Data: - 2D,3D&4D Seismic Data , 1 GB > 1000 GB - 2D Interpretations and Grids, 1 MB > 10 GB - Well and Production Data , 1 > 100,000 Wells - NPD and Cultural GIS Data
  • 5. The Need for a Shared Earth Model Subsea Offshore Installations and Infrastructure • Field Development and Production Planning • High Quality Bathymetry, Geophysical & Geological Maps • Assess Subsurface Risk and Uncertainty • Input to Wellplanning and Drilling, • Find and Optimize Exact Safe Locations of Installations • Plan and Monitor Engineering – Dredging • Input to License Round Applications Big Data: - Shallow Seismic & Interpretations , 1 > 1000 GB - Multibeam, Sidescan, Magnetometry , 1 – 1000 GB - Water Column Data , > 1 TB - Lidar and Laser Data , > 1 TB - NPD and Cultural GIS Data
  • 6. The Need for a Shared Earth Model Environmental Management & Surveillance • Field Development and Production Planning • High Quality Bathymetry , Geophysical & Geological Maps • Assess Subsurface Risk and Uncertainty • Input to Wellplanning, Drilling and Operations • Find and Optimize Exact Safe Locations of Installations • Plan and Monitor Engineering – Dredging • Input to License Round Applications Big Data: - Shallow Seismic & Interpretations , 1 > 1000 GB - Multibeam, Sidescan, Magnetometry , 1 – 1000 GB - Water Column Data , > 1 TB - Lidar/Laser Data, > 1 TB - NPD , Mareano and GIS Cultural Data
  • 7. The Need for a Shared Earth Model Management of the Continental Shelf and Maritime Zones • High Quality Bathymetry , Geophysical & Geological Maps • Assess Subsurface Risk and Uncertainty • Find and Calculate Exact Locations of Foot of Slope and Critical Points for Maritime Boundaries according to UNCLOS • Marine Spatial Planning • Input to Nations planning for License Round Applications Big Data: - Shallow 2D Seismic & Interpretations , 1 > 1000 GB - Multibeam, Sidescan, Magnetometry , 1 – 100 GB - Government and GIS Cultural Data
  • 8. Sub-Sea and Sub -Surface Expert Systems ArcGIS GeocapDataLinkforArcGIS Mobile GIS Desktop Web Spatial Datawarehouse for ArcGIS Toolbox Server Sharing Portal Breaking down the barriers between Expert Interpretation Systems and GIS i.e Shape files & Interpretations
  • 9. The Shared Earth Model in ArcGIS in 3D – for Real We Give You:  Integrated Vizualisation and Interpretation in ArcGIS  Sharing and Collaboration of Big Data  Integrated Workflows in ArcGIS  Access to Your already Existing Databases and Expert Tools  No Duplication of Big Data  Cost Efficient Solutions
  • 10. New Releases Available Now: Geocap Ground Model for ArcGIS Geocap Seismic Explorer for ArcGIS

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