Improving Data Management to Optimize E&P

Venue: Houston

Location: Houston, United States

Event Date/Time: Nov 09, 2011 End Date/Time: Nov 10, 2011
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Data in the exploration and production industry is growing in importance as resources become scarcer and technology becomes more advanced. Companies need to know how and where to focus their efforts to get the most ROI, and quality data can help companies decide this more effectively. Therefore, effective data management, whether it is on the exploration or production side, is vital to a company’s day-to-day operations, as well as its future strategy.

Research undertaken by Hanson Wade has pinpointed some of the more pressing challenges inherent in data management in the exploration and production industry. Data, in all its forms, is growing in capacity - exploration and production companies have to cope with the increasing amount of data, which is also of increasing complexity. This complexity is aggravated by the integration needed within the data enterprise and across applications; as well as new techniques used in extracting shale gas. These issues need to be tackled sooner rather than later to get the best out of the data which is being generated.

Exceptional Networking Opportunities
Improving Data Management for Optimising E&P, taking place in Houston, 8-10 November, will examine and explore the strategies that oil and gas companies are utilising to make better use of their data and address the issues above.

Improving Data Management for Optimising E&P will also give delegates the chance to meet all the delegates attending the event, through Hanson Wade’s exclusive networking opportunities, such as the speed networking and conference dinner.

Finding solutions to your problems

This forum will outline the challenges and allow delegates to share their experiences, ideas and to benchmark against their peers AND it will also force active debate on possible solutions . As a result it will deliver real practical value and possibilities for problem resolution, giving delegates the opportunity to take back to their companies ideas to use effectively in their day-to-day operations.

Early confirmed speakers include:

Aaron Kreag, Manager - E&P Data Management and GIS, Jetta Operating Company
Robert Meith, Seismic Data Management Lead, Shell
Jerry Hubbard, COO, Energistics
Sharon McLaughlin, Production Administration Manager, J-W Operating Company
With Heads of E&P Data from leading oil and gas companies sharing their experience, this will be the most exciting forum to emerge in the last few years. Hanson Wade is famous for moving the debate on; helping to provide solutions for the industry.

Who will attend

The event will attract the following job titles from independent and national oil and gas companies:

Heads of Data Management
E&P Data Managers
Data Engineers
Seismic Data Engineers
IT Managers
Heads of IT Architecture
Subsurface Data Managers
Data Architects
Well Data Managers
and Production Administration Managers

For more information or to register, simply:
Call: +1 212 537 5898
Please quote the booking code: LIST