Geophysics Special Interest Group (SIG) Paul Maton, Sillimanite Consultants & Energistics. Western Europe Region & SIG Meeting Stavanger, Norway 17 June, 2008. Presentation Outline. Background to Geophysics SIG Business Case Some Visions Current Approach and Plan Conclusions. Customer.
Geophysics Special Interest Group (SIG)Paul Maton, Sillimanite Consultants & Energistics
Western Europe Region & SIG Meeting
17 June, 2008
Standards for Content and Formatare needed for effective communications
1990 - 1999
1960 - 1969
1970 - 1979
1980 - 1989
Note: SEG has published over 50 standards. Only the more used data standards areshown here. See http://seg.org/publications/tech-stand/ for the full list.
EPSG Geodetic Parameter Set
All of which aim to get the job done faster, better, with reduced cost, risk and uncertainty.
Number of API processesaffected
Inaccuracy, uncertainty, risk,
Loss of time
Scale: hours, days, weeks
Value range: 1 – 8 or 10
Loss of data and/or metadata
Quantity of impaired data
Tasks needing Effort
Specifying standard or improved work practice
Implementing standard etc
Deploying and promoting standard etc
Seismic Headers Team
Velocity Exchange Team
Review, revise plan
Execute revised plan
Thank YouQuestions, please?
Paul Maton, Principal Consultant, Energistics
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