IPAS: An ArcGIS Server-based framework for oil and gas E and P decision support

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IPAS: An ArcGIS Server-based framework for oil and gas E and P decision support

  1. 1. An ArcGIS Server-basedframework for oil and gas E&P decision support Chad Cooper, Peter Smith, Malcolm Williamson, Jackson CothrenCenter for Advanced Spatial Technologies University of Arkansas
  2. 2. IPAS: Infrastructure Placement Analysis System• LINGO Low Impact Natural Gas and Oil• DOE funded • NETL (National Energy Technology Laboratory)• Integrates current technologies and practices to minimize adverse environmental impacts
  3. 3. IPAS: Infrastructure Placement Analysis System“Closed” web-based decision supportsystem • Drillers and regulators share: • Geographic view of proposed infrastructure • Environmental and sensitive area data • Models of potential impacts • Secure environment • Increases communication efficiency • Speeds up permitting • Increases transparency – regulators/producers
  4. 4. IPAS: Infrastructure Placement Analysis System Architecture• Ver. 1: 9.2 Web ADF• Ver. 2: 9.3.1 ArcGIS Server • JavaScript API • Lots o’ custom code • SQL Server 2008 Spatial • Spatial datatypes • Python – geoprocessing • Matlab – spill modeling• Will be ported to AGS 10.x
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  6. 6. IPAS: Infrastructure Placement Analysis SystemRequired datasets• Wells (we harvest some well data)• Sensitive areas/species• Hydrography – NHD high-res preferably• Soils – SSURGO (must be preprocessed)• DEM• Pipelines• Typical cultural/base layers
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  11. 11. IPAS: Infrastructure Placement Analysis System • Uncertainty • An attempt to deal with inaccuracies in spatial data • Used in sensitive area analyses and feature digitization • 90% confidence interval as defined by National Map Accuracy Standards • Created as inner and outer buffers12
  12. 12. IPAS: Infrastructure Placement Analysis System • Uncertainty • For maps on publication scales > 1:20,000, not more than 10% of the points shall be in error by more than 1/30 inch, measured on the publication scale; for maps on publication scales of <= 1:20,000, 1/50 inch • Soils: digitized at 24K  40 foot inner and outer buffer • For digitized features, further zoomed out, greater the uncertainty13
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  19. 19. IPAS: Infrastructure Placement Analysis System Likelihood of impact20
  20. 20. IPAS: Infrastructure Placement Analysis System Likelihood of impact: Strong – “certain” area of feature and “certain” sensitive area21
  21. 21. IPAS: Infrastructure Placement Analysis System Likelihood of 2 impact: Moderate – 1 “certain” area of feature and “uncertain” sensitive area (1), or “uncertain” area of feature and “certain” sensitive area (2)22
  22. 22. IPAS: Infrastructure Placement Analysis System Likelihood of impact: Slight – “uncertainty zones” of both feature and sensitive area23
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  40. 40. IPAS: Infrastructure Placement Analysis System • Other features • Collaboration system • Operator to regulator • Emailing • Could be for internal use only as well • Audit tracking • Public informational sites41
  41. 41. www.lingo.cast.uark.edu/LINGOPUBLIC42
  42. 42. IPAS: New Directions • Haynesville Shale play • Funded through Houston Advanced Research Center/Environmentally Friendly Drilling program • Port the app across plays • Challenges of multi-state regulations and data43
  43. 43. IPAS: New Directions • Water modeling in the Fayetteville play • Blacklands Research & Extension Center, Texas A&M – (modified) SWAT model • DOE funding through NETL • Focus on surface water • AR Natural Resources Commission • Improved understanding of available water • Faster permitting with peace of mind44
  44. 44. IPAS: New Directions NHD high-resolution water layer Water (blue) extracted from the color- (yellow). infrared imagery. Object-based classification using Trimble eCognition.45
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  46. 46. www.cast.uark.edu47

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