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Generating Pipeline AlignmentSheets using FMEJerrod StutzmanGeoSpatial Business AnalystCertified FME ProfessionalKyle Broc...
Devon Energy Corporation Devon Energy Corporation is a leading  independent natural gas and oil exploration and  producti...
Devon’s FME Environment FME Desktop   13 licenses on FLEX License Server FME Server   3 Production licenses, 3 Staging...
Devon’s FME Usage ~20 desktop users   ~8 “power users” (workbench authors) FME Server jobs   Scheduled      10 Nightl...
Devon’s FME Usage FME Desktop and Server are used directly or  indirectly by a variety of groups at Devon.   GIS, G&G, L...
Problem Generating alignment sheets is a tedious process    Point-by-point drawing/setup in AutoCAD    Once created, da...
Old Product
Solution Data Driven Pages in ArcGIS 10 ArcToolbox custom tool Data processed by FME in ArcGIS Server  Interoperability...
Process Flow Diagram                 Data Interoperability                   Process Survey DataRaw Survey CSV     file   ...
Process Survey DataWorkbench Creates 2D points from survey csv file Connects points to build pipeline
Process Survey DataWorkbench Details
Process Survey DataWorkbench Details
Generate MXD DataWorkbench Uses pipeline created from Workbench 1 to locate  intersections with boundaries   Sections/To...
Generate MXD DataWorkbench Details
Data Interoperability
Data Interoperability
ArcGIS Custom Tool Sets up sheet orientation and creates  “pagecutter” polygons Calculates deflection and bearing angles...
ArcGIS Custom Tool Details Tools Used     ArcGIS Server 10.01 (Geoprocessing Service)     FME Data Interop Extension fo...
Final Product ESRI ArcGIS 10.0 Map Pack   Data Driven Pages   Geodatabase with required data Benefits     Data is “li...
Final Product
Thank You! Questions? For more information:   Jerrod Stutzman   jerrod.stutzman@dvn.com   Kyle Brock        kyle.brock...
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Generating Pipeline Alignment Sheets Using FME

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Abstract: The standard workflow for converting pipeline survey data into alignment sheets is a tedious and repetitive process. Using Data Interoperability (FME) via ArcGIS Server geoprocessing, we can automate the entire process, saving many man hours while also retiring a 3rd party application.

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  1. 1. Generating Pipeline AlignmentSheets using FMEJerrod StutzmanGeoSpatial Business AnalystCertified FME ProfessionalKyle Brock April 17, 2012Senior Developer
  2. 2. Devon Energy Corporation Devon Energy Corporation is a leading independent natural gas and oil exploration and production company.  S&P 500, Fortune 500  NYSE: DVN  ~5,000 employees  Oklahoma City (HQ, new building nearing completion), Calgary, Houston, field offices in OK, TX, WY, NM, etc
  3. 3. Devon’s FME Environment FME Desktop  13 licenses on FLEX License Server FME Server  3 Production licenses, 3 Staging/Test licenses  Windows Virtual Servers  Currently migrating production to physical server  Apache Tomcat servlet engine/web server  Scheduling handled by FME Server  TIDAL app for “old” FME Server scheduling
  4. 4. Devon’s FME Usage ~20 desktop users  ~8 “power users” (workbench authors) FME Server jobs  Scheduled  10 Nightly, 5 Weekly (and growing)  “On Demand”  Typically only used in special cases FME Administrator  Handles Server uploads/scheduling for production (staging open for authors)
  5. 5. Devon’s FME Usage FME Desktop and Server are used directly or indirectly by a variety of groups at Devon.  GIS, G&G, Land, Midstream, Field Operations, Seismic and Well Data Management, etc  Lease dissections/rollups  Scheduled data exports  Pipeline Risk Management  “Spatializing” data  Quality Control  Automated comparisons & database updates
  6. 6. Problem Generating alignment sheets is a tedious process  Point-by-point drawing/setup in AutoCAD  Once created, data is static (PDF)  Lots of manual data entry 3rd party “page cutter” application  Cost  Complexity reduction  Static product
  7. 7. Old Product
  8. 8. Solution Data Driven Pages in ArcGIS 10 ArcToolbox custom tool Data processed by FME in ArcGIS Server Interoperability extension  Published parameters become arguments for ESRI’s Model Builder
  9. 9. Process Flow Diagram Data Interoperability Process Survey DataRaw Survey CSV file ESRI Custom ESRI Tool Geodatabase (python script) ESRI Map Pack Generate MXD Data
  10. 10. Process Survey DataWorkbench Creates 2D points from survey csv file Connects points to build pipeline
  11. 11. Process Survey DataWorkbench Details
  12. 12. Process Survey DataWorkbench Details
  13. 13. Generate MXD DataWorkbench Uses pipeline created from Workbench 1 to locate intersections with boundaries  Sections/Townships  School Districts  Land Ownership
  14. 14. Generate MXD DataWorkbench Details
  15. 15. Data Interoperability
  16. 16. Data Interoperability
  17. 17. ArcGIS Custom Tool Sets up sheet orientation and creates “pagecutter” polygons Calculates deflection and bearing angles Calculates stationing on pipeline  Line Measures to points on line Updates geodatabase Packages geodatabase and MXD into ESRI Map Pack
  18. 18. ArcGIS Custom Tool Details Tools Used  ArcGIS Server 10.01 (Geoprocessing Service)  FME Data Interop Extension for ArcGIS Server  Python  ArcGIS Model Builder Several Models and Python scripts in conjuction with FME generate a map package that contains the MXD and the file geodatabase needed for an alignment sheet
  19. 19. Final Product ESRI ArcGIS 10.0 Map Pack  Data Driven Pages  Geodatabase with required data Benefits  Data is “live” and editable  One file (mpk) contains all data and connections  Automation = time saved!  Retire 3rd party application = $$$ saved!
  20. 20. Final Product
  21. 21. Thank You! Questions? For more information:  Jerrod Stutzman jerrod.stutzman@dvn.com  Kyle Brock kyle.brock@dvn.com  Devon Energy Corporation
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