Akili Oil & Gas Data Practice - PPDM

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Akili offers an end to end approach to oil and gas upstream data management which includes: data strategy, governance, sustainability, Master Well Data Structure, system integration, system synchronization and data harmony.

Akili leverages best practices from PPDM (Professional Petroleum Data Management Group and applies our experiences leveraging the PPDM models with other companies.

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  • Adaptors, API’s, or SDK’s have been created by multiple consulting and software companies to integrate applications into PPDM. Most are not packaged solutions and use different technology. Informatica and Petrosys among others have created their own adaptors to integrate with PPDM. The only company with a comprehensive integration solution is Tibco’sOpenSpirit. It integrates to the following in varying degrees:EPOS OpenWorks/SeisWorksGeoFrame IESX/CharismaFinder Kingdom PetraPPDM - Oracle onlyRecallSegySDEStudioThe limitation to this is that it only supports Oracle PPDM integration.Competitors to PPDM are Seabed by Schlumberger, OpenWorks by Halliburton, and Oracle’s Digital Oilfield. All 3 of these competitors are not PPDM compliant but use PPDM’s data model as the basis. Seabed focuses more on the products sold and supported by Schlumberger. Openworks is Oracle compliant only. It is more of a Master Data Program specific to project management of well analysis. It stores raw or bulk petrotechnical data, stores final data, has its own ETL that integrates specifically to Landmark and can connect to other data sources. Has a UI for Master Data and cartography.Oracle has a product Digital Oilfield that provides reporting using Hyperion and Essbase cubes as well as a flexible SOA compliant structure. It does not appear to have standard reports.
  • Akili Oil & Gas Data Practice - PPDM

    1. 1. AKILI OIL & GAS DATA PRACTICE Professional Petroleum Data Management Model
    2. 2. COMPETELIKENEVERBEFORE Akili O&G Information Management Practice Practice Highlights Why Akili? • Proven Experience o Consultants > 5yrs o Solution Architects > 10 yrs. o Senior Leadership > 25 yrs. • Experience with SAP and Non SAP BI Platforms • Microsoft Silver Partner • SAP Gold Partner • Sponsor Member of PPDM.org • Financial Systems – SAP Business Planning and Consolidation • Data Management & Strategy • Information Acquisition • Master Data • Reporting, Self Service, Mobility • Knowledge of core legacy systems for Oil & Gas • Successful at achieving Value from the solutions built • Experienced with uniqueness and complexities of Oil & Gas data • Leveraging industry best practices (e.g. Professional Petroleum Data Model) • Have predefined services and solutions with accelerators from experience and methodology Customer and Execution Highlights 2
    3. 3. COMPETELIKENEVERBEFORE Upstream Oil & Gas Information Challenges Business Challenges • Well Lifecycle Mgmt. • Well Master Data Management • Streamlined Processes • Departmentalized Organization • Business Visibility • Frequency of Updates Technical Challenges • Quality of Information • Reliability of Information • Disparate Systems • Single Version of the Truth • Data Management • Ease of Use • Self Service • Speed to Market • Cross functional analysis Well Master Production Land 3
    4. 4. Planning •Seismic Analysis •Site Evaluation •Land Surveying •Water Sourcing •Materials and Services Permitting •Environmental Assessment •Water Allocation, Sampling •Land use and disturbance •Air Emissions •Permit Verification Drilling •Well-pad preparation •Stormwater management •Waste handling system •Erosion Control •Well design •Drilling •Casing and Cementing Completion •The well is enabled to produce oil & gas •Flow Paths Creation •Completion and Testing •Fracture Simulation •Artificial Lift methods Operation & Production •Well Rod-up •Pump Installation •Gathering System •Tankage and Permanent Onsite structures •Regulatory reporting •Pad reduction and reclamation Abandonment •When production rate does not cover the operating expenses, well is abandoned •Pit Closure •Monitoring •Post-completion water sampling •Site is reclaimed to its natural state Data Lifecycle Data is entered in to multiple systems: internal, 3rd party and regulatory. The challenge is reconciliation of this disparate data into meaningful information resulting in business insight and better management. COMPETELIKENEVERBEFORE Well Lifecycle – Well Master Data Management 4
    5. 5. Akili Leverages PPDM For Data Management Best Practices PPDM In a Box COMPETELIKENEVERBEFORE How Does Akili Leverage PPDM? About PPDM The Professional Petroleum Data Management (PPDM) Association is a global, not-for-profit society within the petroleum industry that provides leadership for the professionalization of petroleum data management through the development and dissemination of best practices and standards, education programs, certification programs and professional development opportunities. For 22 years, PPDM has represented and supported the needs of operating companies, regulators, software vendors, data vendors, consulting companies and management professionals around the globe. Through the PPDM Association, petroleum data experts gather together worldwide in a collaborative, round table approach to engineer business driven, pragmatic data management standards that meet industry needs. Key standards include the Public Petroleum Data Model, What is a Well, Well Status and Classification, Well Identification best practices, data rules and more. PPDM now owns API Numbers 5
    6. 6. Akili Leverages PPDM For Data Management Best Practices PPDM In a Box COMPETELIKENEVERBEFORE What Is PPDM in a Box • Embedded Industry Best Practices • Reduction of Implementation Risk • Reduction of Implementation Time • Integration with Legacy Systems • Sustainable Solution • Data Management Processes • Governance • Well Master Data Management • API Number Management • Data Integration • Data Lineage • Dashboards • Mobile Applications • Training &Certification • 360 View of Wells, Land & Production Data How Akili leverages PPDM 6
    7. 7. Akili Leverages PPDM For Data Management Best Practices PPDM In a Box COMPETELIKENEVERBEFORE What Is PPDM in a Box • Well Master Data Management • Consolidating System Data • Integrating Disparate Systems • Governing Data • Visibility of Data • Development of Data Managers (Stewards) • Overall Data Management How ARE O&G Companies Leveraging PPDM 7
    8. 8. COMPETELIKENEVERBEFORE Akili Oil & Gas Solutions & Services Data Governance The management and controls on data. Having the right structure in place. Data Integration Integrating data from multiple sources. Well Header Master Data Harmonizing data from multiple sources regarding a well. Decomposition of a well. Providence Tracking For legal disputes you must prove the validity and accuracy of data – tracking the sources of data can improve your position legally. Acquiring data for proper forecasting. Measure both daily and monthly volumes. O&G Data Strategy Establishing the right controls, structure, organization, processes, training, communica- tions & technologies to derive additional value. Production Management Value of Services 8
    9. 9. PPDM IN A BOX IMPLEMENTATION 9
    10. 10. COMPETELIKENEVERBEFORE Where to Start – Analysis of Enterprise Data Maturity Level V Data Self Services Level IV Data Steamline Level III Integrated Data Level II Data Governance Level I Disparate Data Characteristics • System data is in conflict, • No single version of the truth with no validation • No master data • No governance • Spreadsheet managed Characteristics • Data is managed • Single version of the truth has to be reconciled or validated • No master data • Governance • Spreadsheet managed Characteristics • Data is managed • Single version of the truth established • Major master data elements defined and managed • Governance • Minimizing spreadsheets • Data Visualization • Best Practices / Models (e.g. PPDM) Characteristics • Data is managed • Single version of the truth established • Major master data elements defined and managed • Governance • Write Back of Reconciled Master Data • Minimizing spreadsheets • Data Visualization • Best Practices / Models (e.g. PPDM) Characteristics • Data is managed • Single version of the truth established • Major master data elements defined and managed • Governance • Minimizing spreadsheets • Data Visualization • Best Practices / Models (e.g. PPDM) • User Enabled Visualization • Mobility Most Companies Minimum Desired State Technology Integration Governance Industry Standards Master Data Not everything has to be done at once…. 10
    11. 11. COMPETELIKENEVERBEFORE Addressing Each Challenge 1-2 • This sample strategy shows how to move through the maturity model. • Strategies may differ based on unique challenges and maturity of the company. *Note: Priorities can be shifted Sample Strategy* Data Strategy Roadmap Governance Leverage PPDM Structure (Stewards) Data Visualization Extraction Legacy Synchronization Master Data Defined Write Back Capability Self Service Predictive Modeling Mobility 11
    12. 12. COMPETELIKENEVERBEFORE Closing the Gap – Components of a Successful BI Enterprise • Executive Sponsorship • Process • User & IT Partnership • Governance Board • Strategy • Governance • Demand Management • Auditing • Information Value • Self Service • Adoption • Data Lineage • Data as an Asset / Inventory • Communication • Training • Service & Support • Depreciation & Archiving Plan • Reliable & Relevant Data • Information Visualization • Accessibility Alternatives • Ease of Use • Analytic Tools • Tool Management • BI Architecture • Tool Management Program Delivery Technology Information Consumption Sustainability Information Acquisition • Data Quality • Data Sources • Time Relevant Data • Frequency of Data • Data Architecture • Lifecycle Management • Sizing & Scaling • Research • Security • Organization • Staffing & Skills Management • Change Management • Delivery Methodology • Data Stewards 12 II IV V
    13. 13. COMPETELIKENEVERBEFORE Where to Start – Analysis of Enterprise Data Maturity Level V Data Self Services Level IV Data Steamline Level III Integrated Data Level II Data Governance Level I Disparate Data Characteristics • System data is in conflict, • No single version of the truth with no validation • No master data • No governance • Spreadsheet managed Characteristics • Data is managed • Single version of the truth has to be reconciled or validated • No master data • Governance • Spreadsheet managed Characteristics • Data is managed • Single version of the truth established • Major master data elements defined and managed • Governance • Minimizing spreadsheets • Data Visualization • Best Practices / Models (e.g. PPDM) Characteristics • Data is managed • Single version of the truth established • Major master data elements defined and managed • Governance • Write Back of Reconciled Master Data • Minimizing spreadsheets • Data Visualization • Best Practices / Models (e.g. PPDM) Characteristics • Data is managed • Single version of the truth established • Major master data elements defined and managed • Governance • Minimizing spreadsheets • Data Visualization • Best Practices / Models (e.g. PPDM) • User Enabled Visualization • Mobility Most Companies Minimum Desired State Technology Integration Governance Industry Standards Master Data 13
    14. 14. COMPETELIKENEVERBEFORE PPDM Model Areas – Focus is Upstream Industry Software • Seismic • Geology & Geophysics • Reserves • Economics • Budget • AFE • Accounting • Contracts • Mineral Land • Surface Land • License / Permit • Regulatory Compliance • Drilling & Completion • Construction • Field Data Capture • Production Accounting • Operational Systems • Merger & Acquisition • Abandonment • Reclamation Data Files • Spreadsheets • XML Files • Manual Data • Data Centers • Purchased Data Data PPDM Model Governance Sustainable Structure Leveraging PPDM to Deliver Value 14
    15. 15. HR Technical Framework Leveraging PPDM COMPETE LIKE NEVER BEFORE DataGovernance Aries AFE / Asset Management Production Environme nt, Health & Safety Finance Custom Adaptors Quroum Sales / Marketing Kingdom Studio SDERecall Segy EPOS OpenWorks / Seisworks GeoFrame IESX / Charisma Petra Finder Rig Scheduling & Tracking ODS ODS ODS ODS ODS ODS ODS ODS ODS ODS ODS ODS ODS ODS ODS ODS PPDM Custom Adaptors Enterprise Data WarehouseData Mart Data Mart Data Mart Data Mart Data Mart Data Mart Tools for Presentation Layer 15
    16. 16. BUSINESS USE CASE 16
    17. 17. 17 Challenges & Opportunities • Client did not have a proper BI strategy, plan or roadmap and the information project was falling behind schedule. • Client is implementing SAP ERP and needed to build a data integration strategy for systems that were being turned off • No BI Program was defined even though there was work being done. • Well – Master Data was not developed – data out of sync in multiple systems Objectives • Determine proper BI tools. • Establish Information Delivery Plan • Create Overall BI Strategy for communication, governance, prioritization, and demand management • Identify portions of PPDM model and industry best practices Mid-Tier Oil and Gas company leverages PPDM in their BI & Data Strategy Why Akili/SAP • Akili BI Strategy experience with fortune 500 enterprise strategy • Akili Business Objects Skills Implementation Highlights • Tool and process strategy delivered. • Information project plan built based on demand, ERP needs, business needs. • Delivered on time under budget. • Leveraged the Well Portion of PPDM for the Well master data Client Profile • Location: Tulsa, OK • Industry: Energy • Products and Services: O&G Production • Revenue: ~1.5B • SAP Solution: SAP, Microsoft 2012 • Implementation Partner: Akili Benefits • Clear project controls • AGILE Methodology Leveraged • Communication Strategy • Governance Strategy • Demand Management Strategy • Tool Pattern Defined for reporting • Data warehouse and data visualization approach leveraging PPDM
    18. 18. Contacts Akili Inc. sales@akili.com www.akili.com Dallas 400 Las Colinas Blvd. East, Suite 450 Irving, TX 75039 972.210.3200 Denver 999 18th Street, Suite 3000 Denver, CO 80202 303.357.2397 Houston 3200 Southwest Freeway, Suite 3300 Houston, TX 77027 713.840.6016 CO MP ET E L IKE NE VE R B EF OR E Contacts 18 Sales: sales@akili.com Brad Clark bclark@akili.com Office: 972.210.3218 Cell: 972.768.1044 Michelle Latta mlatta@akili.com Office: 972.210.3217 Cell: 254.855.8589 Marketing: Rebekah Naramore rnaramore@akili.com Office: 214.210.3214 Cell: 972.365.1991

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