Data Sharing within the CCS                community – An overview                                        Mark Webster    ...
What I will be discussing today:    • What the CCS community would like to achieve    • Current situation    • Overview of...
What we would like to achieve?              A consolidated and collaborative approach to data and information within the C...
What we would like to achieve?The point of truth would be corrected ifan error is found for everyone thatfollowsYou can co...
Current Situation (1)…data access is notstandardised across organisations                                               Pr...
Current Situation (2)…the science work flow isnot understood across organisations                                         ...
Current Situation - Data DiscoveryThe constant need to                               ?consume data andreduce costs        ...
Current Situation – Side Effects You have to keep and maintain versions of someone else’s data, and you don’t know if it’s...
Overview of the approach PMD has taken • It’s about communication and a willingness for change – Not an IT issue • Analyse...
Geoscience Australia Example • In collaboration with the CO2CRC • Define a national systematic approach in the way CCS dat...
IDEALISED                             Basin screening/Definition of Project Area CCS PROJECT WORK FLOW                    ...
Wells header, permits, basins, topographic, fields data etc IDEALISED                              Basin screening/Definit...
Additionally we analysed:• Associated attributes (spatial and a-spatial) MICP analysis, sonic, seam gas• Output purpose Mo...
What we end up with:    Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011
Added bonuses thatcould benefit:• Strategy Map for CCS(A start at least)• Scenario modelling   • Workflow   • Workforce   ...
So what was the outcome? (1)• By defining the science workflow first we now have a goodbasis in knowing how, what and why ...
So what was the outcome? (2)• Not all agencies have the infrastructure to support their ownneeds, let alone at a national ...
Technical Proposal                                                Metadata Catalogue                                      ...
The next steps aheadGeoscience Australia has a new strategy in place to ensure thediscoverability and delivery of all its ...
Thankyou                                              Questions?Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011
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The Groundwater and Storage interactions project arose out of a meeting on the shoulder of the Greenhouse Gas Technologies Conference in Amsterdam in 2010. It was decided to concentrate initially on the Australian Flagships projects. On 3 May 2011 Australian researchers and government agencies met and presented their work to date.

In these slides Mark Webster, Divisional Information Officer, Petroleum and Marine Division,

Geoscience Australia, provides an overview on data sharing within the CCS community

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Data sharing within the CCS community – an overview

  1. 1. Data Sharing within the CCS community – An overview Mark Webster Divisional Information Officer Petroleum and Marine Division Geoscience Australia May 2011Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011
  2. 2. What I will be discussing today: • What the CCS community would like to achieve • Current situation • Overview of approach PMD has taken • Geoscience Australia examples • The next steps aheadMark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011
  3. 3. What we would like to achieve? A consolidated and collaborative approach to data and information within the CCS community. A systematic approach to manage any resource conflict between CCS and for example hydrocarbons oil and gas, geothermal and groundwater. CS Taskforce Industry Offshore CCS Onshore State Initiatives Government Community International Australian Participation CO2CRC Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011
  4. 4. What we would like to achieve?The point of truth would be corrected ifan error is found for everyone thatfollowsYou can combine various kind of data, stored atdifferent places and in different formats andvisualise them in your web browser or internalsoftware tools.You can even QUERY them the same way anddownload the part you want! Increasing need for richer content, personalised tools and better filtering Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011
  5. 5. Current Situation (1)…data access is notstandardised across organisations Proprietary Software Versions of Software Client Data Structures Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011
  6. 6. Current Situation (2)…the science work flow isnot understood across organisations Capture Transport radio waves receiver where waves are collected waves converted into electro signals computer received as signal Storage Monitoring Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011
  7. 7. Current Situation - Data DiscoveryThe constant need to ?consume data andreduce costs ? ? Over here!!! ? ?I need reservoir seal integrity data.Who has it and how can I access it? Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011
  8. 8. Current Situation – Side Effects You have to keep and maintain versions of someone else’s data, and you don’t know if it’s correct or outdated? You know there’s useful information out there, but you cannot find it? You waste valuable time downloading and converting datasets? – with an assumption on its history, quality and what the data really means. You can see the data you want on a web map but you can’t download the real data for analysis? We downsize our science to match what we can handle – which is increasingly not what we need Plus a constant need to connect ‘my tools to your content’ Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011
  9. 9. Overview of the approach PMD has taken • It’s about communication and a willingness for change – Not an IT issue • Analyse scientific workflow first! • Define data requirements • Analyse dataset attributes • Identify areas of change • Recognise leading agency • Implement new systemMark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011
  10. 10. Geoscience Australia Example • In collaboration with the CO2CRC • Define a national systematic approach in the way CCS data is stored, discovered and delivered What we learnt: • The CCS community is reliant on other science industries to supply and support the data needed to deliver CCS outcomes i.e. Petroleum, Geothermal & groundwater Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011
  11. 11. IDEALISED Basin screening/Definition of Project Area CCS PROJECT WORK FLOW Data Gathering and preparation - wells and seismicSeismic Interpretation Well Correlation Facies analysis Petrophysics Facies Mapping Hydrodynamics Structural Framework Mapping Static Geological Model Dynamic Modelling Dynamic Modelling Geomechanical Analysis Long term Short Term Economics Integrated Site Report Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011 Monitoring
  12. 12. Wells header, permits, basins, topographic, fields data etc IDEALISED Basin screening/Definition of Project Area Petroleum, geological, geothermal, groundwater etc CCS PROJECT Wells cores, 2D & 3D Seismic, geological etc WORK FLOW Data Gathering and preparation - wells and seismic Well logs, seal & temperature, basins etc Well cores, lithology, porosity, permeability etcSeismic Interpretation Well Correlation Facies analysis logs, well cores, lithology etc Petrophysics Well Temperature, well logs, Samples etc Facies Mapping Seismic, structural elements, formations etc Hydrodynamics Samples, reservoir thickness, hydrogeology etc Structural Framework Mapping Static Geological Model Biostratigraphy, well logs, seal integrity etc Temperature, geothermal gradient, pressure etc Dynamic Modelling Dynamic Modelling Geomechanical Analysis Long term Titles, coal reserves, fields, bibliographical etc Short Term Economics Reservoir & fractural pressure, 2D & 3D seismic etc Integrated Site Report Fields, pipelines, bibliographical, infrastructure etc Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011 Monitoring& monitoring sites, water sampling etc Emission
  13. 13. Additionally we analysed:• Associated attributes (spatial and a-spatial) MICP analysis, sonic, seam gas• Output purpose Modelling & Mapping, monitoring, analysis• Applications used ArcGIS, GoCAD, Mpath• Database/system retrieved NAS, WCR, OzTherm• Data location/s (including primary and other) CSIRO, RET, States• How was the data retrieved? Manual data entry, downloaded, Unknown• Data size <100Mb, ~1TB• Primary data owner GA, CSIRO, CO2CRC• Data standards used (if any) Nil, ISO19115, PPDM• Comments Paid for the data, IP attached to data delivery• Strategies for change Web services required, define data steward Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011
  14. 14. What we end up with: Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011
  15. 15. Added bonuses thatcould benefit:• Strategy Map for CCS(A start at least)• Scenario modelling • Workflow • Workforce • Clients • Technology • Data• Initial tactical changesto business workflows Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011
  16. 16. So what was the outcome? (1)• By defining the science workflow first we now have a goodbasis in knowing how, what and why the data should bediscovered and delivered• Dispersed group of agencies will need to maintain their ownprimary data• The CCS community is reliant on the Petroleum, geothermal& groundwater disciplines to supply and maintain the dataneeded to deliver CCS outcomes• One system to store, manage and deliver data is not thesolution – A distributed system is required Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011
  17. 17. So what was the outcome? (2)• Not all agencies have the infrastructure to support their ownneeds, let alone at a national scale• There will be a requirement for more involvement (in thelong run) from the scientific community rather than ITprofessionals• Phased approach - Discoverability is key to the first phase• A data standards approach is required• A lead agency is required to support the CCS community ata national scale Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011
  18. 18. Technical Proposal Metadata Catalogue Web Service Layer Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011
  19. 19. The next steps aheadGeoscience Australia has a new strategy in place to ensure thediscoverability and delivery of all its data, no matter what the discipline.With this, GA will continue its role:• As the national agency to support the CCS community at a nationalscale with regard to data discovery and delivery.And• To deliver (where possible) as much scientific data to the industry andcommunities i.e. petroleum, groundwater, geothermal etc• To support the communities with data standards and principles for datadiscoverability Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011
  20. 20. Thankyou Questions?Mark Webster, Geoscience Australia May 2011

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