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Remote Sensing in the Oil and Gas Industry

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Kreg Barrett, Global Business Development Director, DigitalGlobe

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Remote Sensing in the Oil and Gas Industry

  1. 1. Remote Sensing for the Energy Industry Kreg Barrett Global Business Development Director DigitalGlobe
  2. 2. Content – Fueling our Digital Globe • How do you ‘unlock’ 17 years worth of satellite imagery for broader use? Upload it all into the cloud, of course! • 100 petabytes of imagery…is that a lot? • Not for a Snowmobile!
  3. 3. AWS Snowmobile is so big that DigitalGlobe’s WorldView-3 satellite can see it on the company’s corporate campus from space.
  4. 4. Use, duplication or disclosure of this document or any of the information or images contained herein is subject to the restrictions on the title page of this document. COPYRIGHT ©2017 MDA RADARSAT-2 Image Archive Equivalent to imaging the entire Earth’s surface ~ 10x / year Total Archive > 34 Billion km2 MDA also provides access to the RADARSAT-1 archive going back to 1996, with data continuity to RADARSAT-2 # Archive Images 8 Equivalent to imaging the entire Earth’s surface ~ 10x / year Total Archive > 34 Billion km2 MDA also provides access to the RADARSAT-1 archive going back to 1996, with data continuity to RADARSAT-2 # Archive Images
  5. 5. Maxar provides end-to-end solutions in space and geospatial intelligence. MDA: Space robotics, antennas, payloads, surveillance and intelligence, information systems, radar SSL: Communications and Earth observation satellites and scientific mission spacecraft DigitalGlobe: High resolution satellite imagery, geospatial big data platforms, and information about our changing planet Radiant Solutions: Multi-source data collection, enrichment, and analytics that reveal unique geospatial insights
  6. 6. Our world is changing rapidly. Global transformations are revolutionizing how humans work, play, live and interact with one another, and with the Earth.
  7. 7. The world’s most sophisticated Earth observing constellation RADARSAT-1 RADARSAT-2 RCM
  8. 8. Core Content Industry-leading satellite imagery with rich diversity in temporal, spectral, and spatial resolution plus unparalleled accuracy. • Native 30cm resolution for unparalleled clarity and information density • Advanced multispectral capabilities see beyond what’s visible to the human eye SUMATRA TRUE COLOR AND SHORTWAVE INFRARED (SWIR)
  9. 9. Industry specific solutions. Our capabilities serve a variety of industries across the globe. SOLOR PANEL FIELDS IN MONTFORT, FRANCE
  10. 10. Improving customer satisfaction in wireless connectivity Rise Broadband needed a faster way to confirm wireless internet availability for customers. Only DigitalGlobe was able to offer them the scalability they needed to cover 200,000 sq km across 16 states at a high enough resolution for line-of-sight analysis. Our initial pilot reduced false truck rolls to less than 10 percent, a significant breakthrough in telco.
  11. 11. Powering accurate navigation for transportation apps Uber relies on DigitalGlobe for high-resolution imagery refresh to ensure their mapping applications are up-to-date and accurate. Faster than using public records, this helped Uber increase reliability with more accurate pick-up/drop-off locations and better service for passengers.
  12. 12. DigitalGlobe Proprietary and Business Confidential Internet of Things (IoT): Sensing4Farming Geospatial Big Data Satellite data, Soil data, Yield Information, Crop analysis, Farming Datasets Service Provisioning Marketing, Promotion, deployment, Interface, support and customer service Data Science Classification, Crop Plans, Feature classification, Vegetation indices Internet of Things Sensors in the field, Connectivity, Connected Devices to analyze information 18
  13. 13. 100 petabytes of data in the cloud
  14. 14. EarthWatch TM A New Era in Geospatial Information Accessibility © DigitalGlobe DigitalGlobe proprietary and confidential.
  15. 15. See the world in more ways than one 21 Global AccessPremium Content Best Value • Most comprehensive imagery library • Best mosaics on Earth • No AOI Restrictions • Unlimited Users • Pay only for what you use • No complex licensing
  16. 16. 22 What you need when you want it DigitalGlobe proprietary and confidential. Global Cloud Access: • View and download privileges to any areas of interest (AOI) • Access from anywhere • Unlimited users • Intuitive browser interface • New imagery alerts • GIS tool integration • Browser or API available
  17. 17. 23 EarthWatch for Energy DigitalGlobe proprietary and confidential. Energy companies must comply with strict regulations for their properties. But often, their assets span the globe in remote locations, making it difficult to monitor on the ground. Monitoring these structures from afar is critical for maintaining compliance and a competitive edge. It can often times be costly and dangerous to send ground teams on location for asset assessment. Imagery collection alerts from Daily keep organizations up- to-date on imagery collections, so they can quickly monitor activity, assets and provide efficient insights to when it’s necessary to respond to potential crises, while proactively planning for the future.
  18. 18. Remote sensing across the oil & gas lifecycle Well Planning & Acquisition Seismic Planning Exploration Field Operations Distribution & Pipeline Mgmt • Remotely survey prospects (basin & risk analysis) • Identify soil characteristics with multispectral analysis • Conduct environmental impact assessments • Analyze terrain (onshore) and map mapping (offshore) • Efficiently plan seismic surveys with high point density imagery and 3D models • Map leases • Identify floodplains • Optimize drilling plans and pad locations • Visualize production volumes, injection rates, and recovery efficiency by AOI • Plan drill rig movement by identifying obstacles • Detect subsidence • Use offline surface imagery for field surveys • Plan for emergencies and enable quick responses • Oil slick monitoring • Identify least cost path for distribution routes • Monitor pipeline right of way and high consequence areas (structures, vegetation) • Increase the payload of LNG and oil tankers in ports Cut costs, increase returns, and improve health, safety, and environmental (HSE) outcomes
  19. 19. Plan sites & well pads to maximize resources and minimize risk  Identify floodplain  Plan access roads  Minimize cut & fill
  20. 20. Monitor pipelines for encroachment to comply with regulations 210,000 buildings 5,000 km2 3 days
  21. 21. Disaster response: Hurricane Harvey SIMONTON, TEXAS BEFORE HURRICANE HARVEY SIMONTON, TEXAS AFTER HURRICANE HARVEY Used Crowdsourcing platform to identify:  51 blocked bridges  7227 flooded roads  22985 damaged buildings
  22. 22. What’s Next? • See more in existing pixels with High Definition (HD) technology • Information products – Building Footprints • Advanced analytics
  23. 23. 50CM 30CM HD HD
  24. 24. 50CM 30CM HD
  25. 25. Information Products BUILDING FOOTPRINTS OF SAN FRANCISCO Data derived from satellite imagery, including 3D models and digitized polygons, to provide additional insight about on-ground conditions.
  26. 26. Information Products: Building Footprints Disaster Recovery – rapid, accurate, relevant • Rapid image and information delivery • Quickly visualize affected areas, structures, and populations • Know exactly where structures are located to dispatch emergency services quickly • Plan routes into and out of disaster areas, develop recovery plans, and estimate costs 16
  27. 27. Information Products: Building Footprints Corridor/Asset Monitoring • Rapidly and regularly extract and monitor every building within an AOI or along corridors using the most recent DigitalGlobe imagery • Maintain a dynamic and accurate catalog of all structures within an area • Updates every 6-12 months to monitor change for new/removed structures 19
  28. 28. Information Products: Building Footprints New Structure Monitoring – current, accurate, relevant • Rapidly and regularly extract and monitor every building within an AOI or along corridors using the most recent DigitalGlobe imagery • Maintain a dynamic and accurate catalog of all structures within an area • Updates every 6-12 months to monitor change for new/removed structures 20
  29. 29. Analytics Analytics Leverage artificial intelligence and our data archive to run analytics an unprecedented scale. Cloud-based environment for algorithms that unlock patterns in geospatial data to help you make decisions.
  30. 30. Human Geo Analytics Example from Radiant Solutions
  31. 31. Questions? www.digitalglobe.com Kreg.Barrett@digitalglobe.com

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