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Infosys Presentation on Real-time Production Surveillance Solutions for digital oil fields of future, along with PRODML reference architecture & PRODML proof of concept

Infosys Presentation on Real-time Production Surveillance Solutions for digital oil fields of future, along with PRODML reference architecture & PRODML proof of concept

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    PRODML Production Surveillance PRODML Production Surveillance Presentation Transcript

    • Proof of Concept Solution PRODML™-BASED REAL-TIME PRODUCTION SURVEILLANCE
    • ParticipantsSponsor of the pilotFounding member of PRODMLWeatherford is a global oilfield services company providing drilling, evaluation, completion,production and intervention in over 100 countries. A leader in fibre optic sensors such asDistributed Temperature and Pressure sensors featured in this pilot, Weatherford has beenan active member of PRODML since its inception.OSIsoft delivers the PI System, the industry standard in enterprise infrastructure, formanagement of time series data and events. The PI System safeguards data and deliversenterprise-wide visibility into operational and business data in order to manage assets, mitigaterisks, improve processes, drive innovation and make business decisions in real time.As an active member of the PRODML Workgroup since 2007, Infosys has worked on the Biztalk orchestrationand SharePoint presentation parts of the POC. Infosys is a worldwide leader in Systems Integration services,with over 100,000 employees around the world. Infosys’ Energy practice specializes in technology-ledsolutions for Oil & Gas through the entire value chain.Energistics(tm) is a global, energy industry consortium that facilitates user communities for the development,deployment and maintenance of collaborative technologies using open data exchange and web servicesstandards. Major current initiatives include WITSML(tm) Standards (drilling, completions & interventions),PRODML(tm) Standards (production optimization &reporting), and RESQML (tm) (earth & reservoir models).Together with our partners, Microsoft delivers enterprise-class solutions that amplify the impact of peopleand help companies meet Oil and Gas industry challenges. With the right tools in their hands, oil and gasworkers can efficiently analyze volumes of data, and they can communicate and collaborate with colleagues,vendors, and partners around the world to make better decisions faster.PDS is Shell’s Center of Expertise for Petrotechnical Software Technology.The CoE is working with Shell’s Smart Fields team to develop pilot ProdML applications on a .NET platform.PDS is a long term sustaining member of Energistics, and in particular the ProdML Workgroup, and furthermoreis developing ProdML/.NET technology for the market. Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2009 | 18th February 2009 | 2
    • PRODML enables the vision ofDigital Oil Fields of the FuturePRODML reduces the lifetimecost of information exchange in the Energy industry. PRODML standards are key components in todays IT Enterprise ArchitecturesPRODML schemas standardize information exchange Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2009 | 18th February 2009 | 3
    • Agenda… Next Steps Demonstration Proof of Concept PRODML Background Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2009 | 18th February 2009 | 4
    • A High-level PerspectivePRODML BACKGROUND
    • How can the industry best achieve production optimization for current and future producing fields?The Energistics PRODMLstandards :§ Are freely available and universally applicable§ Enable low-risk and low-cost use of proven optimization solutions§ Accelerate and encourage innovation Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2009 | 18th February 2009 | 6
    • PRODML Positioning in E&P Business Processes High Frequency Business Processes Low Frequency After Chevron, 30 ExxonMobilSensor SCADA Reservoir Geoscience Data Systems Models DataOPC Domain De facto Standards, RESQML™ Domain Application Application Application Application A B C etc. Many Production Applications PRODML™ Domain THE SOLUTION PRODML Open Maintenance Drilling Standards Framework Systems Systems Maintenance Domain WITSML™ Domain Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2009 | 18th February 2009 | 7
    • The Scope of the PRODML Standards Frameworkwithin a Producing AssetThis POC scope Gas Gas Treating Export Facilities Facilities Gas & Oil Contract Gathering Deliverability Separation & Oil Oil Distribution Treating Export Facilities Facilities Injection (Water, Steam, CO2) Water Handling Reservoir Management: Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2009 | 18th February 2009 | 8
    • PRODML Reference Architecture PRODML Service Consumers PRODML Service Providers PRODML Message Consumers PRODML Message Providers Service Consumer Interface Service Provider Interface Solution Sets Reporting Near Real-time Operations Independent Data Transfer Service Specifications BusinessReporting Services Data Services Services Functional Services Support Services (Future) Architectural Abstractions Reference DataDefinitions Schemas Protocols XSD PRODML Integration Architecture Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2009 | 18th February 2009 | 9
    • PRODML Reference Architecture PRODML Service Consumers PRODML Service Providers PRODML Message Consumers PRODML Message Providers Service Consumer Interface Service Provider Interface Solution Sets Reporting Near Real-time Operations Independent Data Transfer Service Specifications BusinessReporting Services Data Services Services Functional Services Support Services (Future) Architectural Abstractions Reference DataDefinitions Schemas Protocols XSD PRODML Integration Architecture Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2009 | 18th February 2009 | 10
    • PRODML for Near Real-Time Operations PRODML for Near GDA SAM Schemas Real-time Ops Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2009 | 18th February 2009 | 11
    • PRODML Shared Asset Model™ Concept SAM Asset SAM Interface Application A Field A Field B Asset Well p Well q Field A Field B Asset Application B Field A Field BWell p Well q Well s Well s Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2009 | 18th February 2009 | 12
    • PRODML Generic Data Access™ Concept Schemas PRODML PRODML Client GetData Data GDA™ Interface Application PutData Server Binary transfers Asynchronous operations GetCapability Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2009 | 18th February 2009 | 13
    • Enterprise Architecture Positioning Example ApplicationsPresentation Production Reference Portal SharePointOrchestration Reporting Optimization BizTalkServices Schemas PROD_GDA PROD_GDA PROD_AssetRegistryApplications Hydrocarbon Historian SAM Application AccountingData Accounting DB Historian DB SAM DB Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2009 | 18th February 2009 | 14
    • BackgroundPROOF OF CONCEPT
    • The Proof-of-Concept Demonstration§ Combines continuously sampled temperature profile with accurate point temperature sensors§ Corrected temperature profile ú Provide more accurate flow rates for oil, gas and water using existing vendor products ú Can improve accuracy of models that predict flows§ Industry standards framework ú Enables integration into larger workflows Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2009 | 18th February 2009 | 16
    • Broader Oilfield Context§ The demo’s production surveillance orchestration can be a subset of a larger workflow: ú where corrected data is used for production optimization processes, such as problem detection and diagnosis, throughput maximization etc.§ Without this degree of automation: ú acquired data tends to pile up, un-validated, and is not properly exploited for key business processes. Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2009 | 18th February 2009 | 17
    • Demo Components§ Raw DTS data as WITSML –defined data objects ú Received from remote well and is stored in a database§ PT sensor data ú Available from a historian§ Reconciliation software component (e.g. Weatherford) ú Corrects the raw DTS data to become calibrated DTS data§ Viewer (e.g. Weatherford or a ‘web part’) ú Displays raw and corrected DTS data§ Orchestrator (e.g Biztalk)§ Shared Asset Model Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2009 | 18th February 2009 | 18
    • DemonstrationPROOF OF CONCEPT
    • Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2009 | 18th February 2009 | 20
    • NEXT STEPS
    • Our next steps ...§ Work is ongoing to replace the orchestrator with BizTalk Server and the Display Server with SharePoint web-parts.§ This proof of concept solution, with documentation, will be made available on the Energistics site for use by anyone, to try, test and extend.§ The solution can be used to experiment with and familiarize with the PRODML standards§ Details will be posted on the Microsoft GEF site as well as the Energistics / PRODML site (www.prodml.org). Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2009 | 18th February 2009 | 22
    • Architecture SharePoint Server Web Parts to Display Depth Verses Temperature Business Data and other data Catalog Business Orchestration BizTalk Server Business Rules DTS RMS Data OSI Historian Data Source Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2009 | 18th February 2009 | 23
    • PRODML enables the vision ofDigital Oil Fields of the FuturePRODML reduces the lifetimecost of information exchange in the Energy industry. PRODML standards are key components in todays IT Enterprise ArchitecturesPRODML schemas standardize information exchange Microsoft Global Energy Forum 2009 | 18th February 2009 | 24
    • THANK YOU Robin.Getty@PDS.NL