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Catalogues & Standards for Knowledge, Information & Data. Alan Doniger Chief Technology Officer POSC. Outline. There is a requirement for common vocabularies, syntax, and classifications within the E&P industry in support of effective knowledge work.

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Catalogues standards for knowledge information data

Catalogues & Standards for Knowledge, Information & Data

Alan DonigerChief Technology OfficerPOSC


Outline

Outline

  • There is a requirement for common vocabularies, syntax, and classifications within the E&P industry in support of effective knowledge work.

  • The current POSC E&P Cataloguing Standards

    • History

    • Roles

    • Future Evolution

  • Underlying principles

    • The K-I-D continuum

    • Spanning traditional documents and digital data

    • Context and its capture

    • Cataloguing as a natural part of our business processes

  • Accessing the Standards from the POSC Web Site


Posc e p cataloguing standards

POSC E&P Cataloguing Standards

  • Shell’s request to POSC, Feb. 2002

    • “Promulgate, evolve, and support E&P Cataloguing Standards as global industry standards”

  • ‘Adopted’ by the POSC Data Store Solutions SIG

    • The highest priority of five published recommendations

      • Developed July – December ’02

      • Published March ’03

    • Ongoing subject for the SIG acting as the (virtual) E&P Cataloguing Standards User Group

  • POSC Member Conference Presentations

    • Houston and London, April – May ’02

      • (Shell Expro, Erik van Kuijk)

    • London and Houston, Oct. – Nov. ’02

    • London, May ’03

      • Shell NAM, Hugo Belder

      • Danish oil company, Christian Hoeier


Posc e p cataloguing standards1

POSC E&P Cataloguing Standards

  • Workshops/Seminars:

    • Shell Expro Workshop, Aberdeen, Mar. ’02 (DTI/CDA/POSC)

    • POSC Workshop, Houston, Sep. ’02

    • POSC Workshop, Scavenger, Dec. ’02

    • PPDM Taxonomy Seminar, Calgary, Sep. ’03

    • PNEC Data Management Conference, Houston, May ’04

    • DSS Regional SIG Meetings, Scavenger and Houston, June ‘04

  • Material submitted to POSC thus far:

    • Shell Expro, Mar. ’02

    • Shell PMI, Business Process Reference Model, Q3 of ‘02

    • Flare, Q3-4 of ’02

    • Shell NAM, April – Jun. ’03

    • Shell Global Taxonomy, anticipated in ‘05


Catalogues standards for knowledge information data

Lord Browne (CEO, BP) has said, "Anyone in the organization who is not directly accountable for making a profit should be involved with creating and distributing knowledge that the company can use to make a profit."


Underlying principles

Underlying Principles

Treat Knowledge, Information & Data as a continuum

Build catalogues that span Information in documents and databases – using standardized classification schemes

Understand and capture Information ( K-I-D ) context

Manage knowledge capture and classification as natural parts of the business process


Catalogue and the dss sig interests

  • Business oriented Requirements and Prioritization

    • Catalogue attributes

    • Attribute vocabularies

    • Views and mappings

    • Functionality and interaction

Portal

GIS

TEXT

Reference Data

Catalogue

Adapter

Adapter

Adapter

Ref 1

Ref 2

Source n

Source 2

Source 1

Catalogue and the DSS SIG Interests


E p catalogue attributes

Bibliographic

Control

Title

Author

Project/AFE

Approved By

Description

Unique Ref

Language

Tag/EDCC

Security Entitlement

Retention

Recipient

Published Status

Review Date

Source Organisation

Cross References

Revision Code

Content Owner

Published Date

Usage

Location

Representation

Coverage

Media

Logical Format

Contextual

Datum

Geographical Cords/polygon

Producer Discipline

Customer Discipline

Scale

Cord System

Info Item Type

Info Item Class

Asset Type

Producer Business Process

Asset UID

System

Relationships

Info Type

Last Modified

System UID

Compound Document

Created By

Collection

File Size

  • The contextual attributes

  • Consistent, intuitive navigation

  • Cross function/business

  • - Use E&P language

E&P Catalogue Attributes


E p catalogue attributes1

“Bibliographic”

“Control”

Title

Author

Project/AFE

Approved By

Description

Unique Ref

Language

Tag/EDCC

Security Entitlement

Retention

Recipient

Published Status

Review Date

Source Organisation

Cross References

Revision Code

Content Owner

Published Date

“Usage”

Location

Representation

“Coverage”

Media

Logical Format

“Contextual”

Datum

Geographical Cords/polygon

Producer Discipline

Customer Discipline

Scale

Cord System

Product Group

Product Type

Asset Type

Business Process

Asset UID

“System”

“Relationships”

KID Type

Last Modified

System UID

Compound Document

Created By

Collection

File Size

E&P Catalogue Attributes

“Contextual”

Producer Discipline

Consumer Discipline

Information Item Class

Product Type

Info Item Type

Asset Type

Producer Business Process

Asset UID

Information Type

The ‘Information Item Type’

has a unifying role as a Generic Title

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Contextual attributes

Contextual Attributes

Producer

Business Process

Consumer

Business Process

Information Item Type / (Work) Product Type / Standard Title

Information Item Class/ (Work) Product Class

Information (K-I-D) Type

Producer Discipline

Consumer Discipline

Asset Type

Asset Identifier


Contextual attributes1

Contextual Attributes

Producer

Business Process

Consumer

Business Process

Information Item Type / (Work) Product Type / Standard Title

Information Item Class/ (Work) Product Class

Information (K-I-D) Type

e.g.

Appraisal Well Proposal

Well Rock/Core Data

Well Completion Programme

Active Well Drilling Process

Producer Discipline

Consumer Discipline

Asset Type

Asset Identifier

An Information Item Type automatically maps to the other contextual

Attributes (and more). This can simplifying the CATALOGUING process.


Contextual attributes2

Contextual Attributes

Producer

Business Process

Consumer

Business Process

Examples

Standards

Raw data/as-built records

Lesson Learned

Plans, Programmes

Proposals, applications

Contracts and agreements

Operations Report

Correspondence

Meeting Minutes

Audits and Inspections

Analysis and Interpretation

Information Item Type / (Work) Product Type / Standard Title

Information Item Class/ (Work) Product Class

Information (K-I-D) Type

Producer Discipline

Consumer Discipline

Asset Type

Asset Identifier


Contextual attributes3

Contextual Attributes

Producer

Business Process

Consumer

Business Process

Examples

Well Drilling

Well Data Acquisition

Determine Hydrocarbon Structure

Seismic Interpretation

Evaluate rock/fluid properties

Petrochemical Interpretation

Calculate hydrocarbons in place

Information Item Type / (Work) Product Type / Standard Title

Information Item Class/ (Work) Product Class

Information (K-I-D) Type

Producer Discipline

Consumer Discipline

Asset Type

Asset Identifier


Contextual attributes4

Contextual Attributes

Producer

Business Process

Consumer

Business Process

Information Item Type / (Work) Product Type / Standard Title

Information Item Class/ (Work) Product Class

Information (K-I-D) Type

Producer Discipline

Consumer Discipline

Examples

Geology

Geophysics

Petrophysics

Reservoir Engineering

Production Technology

Asset Type

Asset Identifier


Contextual attributes5

Contextual Attributes

Producer

Business Process

Consumer

Business Process

Information Item Type / (Work) Product Type / Standard Title

Information Item Class/ (Work) Product Class

Information (K-I-D) Type

Examples

Well

Basin

Field

Survey

Platform

Pipeline

Reservoir

Producer Discipline

Consumer Discipline

Asset Type

Asset Identifier


Contextual attributes6

Contextual Attributes

Producer

Business Process

Consumer

Business Process

Information Item Type / (Work) Product Type / Standard Title

Information Item Class/ (Work) Product Class

Information (K-I-D) Type

Examples

Well:Rock/Core

Well:Equipment:Tubing

Well:Header

Well:Synthetics

Well:Strat Pick

Field:Reserves

Survey:Site Survey

Pipeline:Ullage

Producer Discipline

Consumer Discipline

Asset Type

Asset Identifier


Another thought

Another thought …

If the product plans for successful projects in this area (inter-enterprise information exchange) were to be analyzed, the finding would be that considerable time is spent not so much in defining interfaces but in classifying and providing common terms for the business aspects in that domain.

Source: Cutter Consortium


Taxonomy issues

Versions

Taxonomy Issues

Taxonomy Usage Guidelines

Reference Models

Industry Taxonomy

Aliases

Company Unique

  • Different names for the same items

  • local names

  • languages

  • Different items

  • regulatory regime

  • differing business processes

  • legacy


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Summary

Summary

In ’02, The Shell Expro experience with Cataloguing was presented to industry. POSC agreed to support and evolve supporting attribute and vocabulary definitions. Several workshops were held.

In ’03, POSC published the first version of the standards on recommendation of the DSS SIG. Shell (Holland) expanded Expro’s work. Shell has been working on global integration.

Efforts to enable and align related E&P specifications and standards (e.g. reference value standards) with the E&P Cataloguing taxonomy standards should go forward.


Summary1

Summary

In ’05, we hope to achieve enhanced E&P Catalogue standards based on input from Shell and others.

Broad industry participation is essential! Efforts towards practical solutions can be incremental. Benefits can be realized along the way.

Focusing on taxonomies and cataloguing is an essential part of the trend by large oil and service/software companies towards data storage and access federation.


Contact

Contact

Alan Doniger

[email protected]

+1 713 267 5124

www.POSC.org


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