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Title: Welcome to the Asia South Region Meeting


1
Welcome to theAsia South Region Meeting
  • New Delhi, India
  • 14 January 2007
  • Sponsored by ONGC

2
Asia South Region Meeting
  • This meeting is designed to be valuable for
  • Oil and gas professionals who wish to be active
    participants in the Energistics Asia South
    Region.
  • Those who would like to learn more about upstream
    data exchange standards, associated industry
    standards, and plans for and experiences in their
    use.

3
Thank you to our meeting and reception sponsor
4
Agenda
  • 0900 Registration, Refreshments and Networking
  • 1000 Inaugural Ceremony and Address
    Mr. D. K. Pande, Director (Exploration), ONGC
  • Inaugural Ceremony Lighting the Lamp
  • Inaugural Address
  • 1015 Welcome Address, Mr. R. S. Sharma, CMD,
    ONGC
  • 1025 Update on Energistics
  • Mr. Randy Clark, President CEO, Energistics
  • Mr. Jerry Hubbard, EVP Business Development,
    Energistics
  • Mr. Alan Doniger, CTO, Energistics
  • 1115 Morning Tea Break

5
Agenda
  • 1145 Asia South Region Orientation and
    Administration Mr. Jerry Hubbard,
    Energistics
  • Organizing the Asia South Region Purpose, Plans
    and Opportunities
  • Region participation in the WITSML, PRODML and
    Data Management Special Interest Groups
  • 1200 Special presentation by ONGC on the
    initiation of a Geophysical Special Interest
    Group by the Asia South Region Western Offshore
    Basin, Mumbai, Mr. A. V. Rao
  • 1215 Special Interest Groups Update WITSML,
    Mr. Alan Doniger, Energistics
  • 1255 WITSML and Mud Logging, Mr.
    Samit Sengupta, Geologix

6
Agenda
  • 1315 Lunch
  • 1415 Special Interest Groups Update PRODML,
    Mr. Alan Doniger, Energistics
  • 1500 Special Interest Groups Update Data
    Management, Global Unique Well Identifier
    Initiative, Mr. Alan Doniger,
    Energistics
  • 1515 Special Interest Groups Update Data
    Management, Geodetics and Coordinate Reference
    Systems, Dr. Paul Maton
  • 1535 Afternoon Tea Break
  • Special Presentations on Standards Issues
  • 1605 Energistics Deliverables ONGCs
    Interactions, Dr. Bala Buksh, ONGC

7
Agenda
  • Special Presentations on Standards Issues
    (continued)
  • 1620 Implementation of PWLS Approved Mnemonics
    in Finder, Mr. Naresh Kumar, ONGC
  • 1635 EP Data Management Standards, Mr. N.
    Nageswararao, Mr. K. Ryali and Dr. G.
    Nagabhushnam, Satyam
  • 1650 Service Oriented Architecture Solutions for
    EP Industry Leveraging Energistics Standards,
    Neeraj Gupta, IBM
  • 1715 Asia South Region Recruitment and 2007
    Planning Sessions, moderated by Mr. Jerry Hubbard
  • 1730 Summary and Conclusions
  • 1800 Vote of Thanks
  • 1805 Adjourn to Reception Poolside (4th floor)

8
Mr. D. K. PandeDirector (Exploration)ONGC
  • Inaugural Ceremony and Address

9
Mr. R. S. SharmaCMDONGC
  • Welcome Address

10
Mr. Randy Clark, President CEOMr. Jerry
Hubbard, EVP Business DevelopmentMr. Alan
Doniger, CTO
  • Update on Energistics

11
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12
Industry Goals
  • Reserves replacement
  • Production optimization
  • Operational efficiency
  • Regulatory Compliance

13
Intelligent Energy
  • Various definitions
  • Involves people, processes, technology
  • Growth and change
  • Sense of urgency
  • Need for more digital standards (SPE 2005 Forum)

14
Standards for Intelligent Energy
  • Link with the business strategy
  • Compelling value proposition
  • Industry commitment
  • Time-to-market critical

15
The Prize
  • The upstream oil and gas industry believes that
    increased standardization can result in billions
    of dollars of additional value in the area of
    production optimization, alone, and knows that
    there are additional billions to be saved in
    other areas of the business.

16
The New Organization
  • Board of Directors Re-ignite upstream
    industry-wide interest in standards definition
    and adoption by
  • Taking a fresh look at the organization
  • Capabilities
  • Delivery model
  • Positioning

17
The New Organization
  • Including broader representation
  • More national energy companies
  • More regulatory agencies
  • More vertical service companies
  • More horizontal IT organizations
  • More professional services organizations

18
The New Organization
  • Focusing on value
  • Community effect
  • Information exchange efficiency
  • Value delivered by existing standards
  • Drive through to deep deployment

19
The New Organization
  • Re-inventing the organization
  • Same upstream EP focus, but
  • New leadership
  • Clarified mission and vision
  • New name
  • New image

20
The Vision
  • Energistics will be the global Energy Standards
    Resource Centre for the upstream oil and gas
    industry

21
The Mission
  • Energistics will deliver to the upstream oil and
    gas industry the means to produce, promote,
    deploy and maintain common information and data
    standards

22
The Value Proposition
  • Leverage
  • Early Involvement
  • Value Capture
  • Industry Presence
  • Standards Support
  • Deep Deployment
  • Lower Risk
  • The Energy Standards Resource Centre

23
The Unique Difference
  • Driver
  • Ownership
  • Operating Model
  • Deployment
  • Promotion
  • Global
  • Membership

24
Jerry HubbardExecutive Vice President, Business
Development
  • The Energy Standards Resource Centre
  • The Open Standards Community
  • Energistics Membership

25
The Energy Standards Resource Centre
  • A neutral and collaborative work space
  • Intuitive, functional and educational website
  • Project management and development tools
  • Integration of technical and business standards
  • Links to standards important to the industry
  • Petrotechnical (WITSML, PRODML)
  • Global Unique Well Identifier
  • Products, Services Equipment Classification
    (ECCMA)
  • Other global standards (ISO 15926 (POSC Caesar),
    ISO 22745)
  • Other industry groups (OGP, PIDX, SPE, SEG, CIDX)
  • Custodianship of standards
  • Maintenance and modification

26
Our new look!
27
The Open Standards Community
  • Energistics will encourage participation and
    coordinate communications between users of open
    standards through the establishment of eight
    global regions
  • North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
  • South America (Central and South America)
  • Western Europe (European Union and Scandinavia)
  • Eastern Europe (Russia, Kazakhstan and non-EU
    states)
  • Middle East (Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, UAE, Bahrain)
  • Africa (Angola, Equatorial Guinea, Nigeria, South
    Africa)
  • Asia South (India, Malaysia, Australia, New
    Zealand)
  • Asia Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam,
    Philippines)

28
The Regions Mission
  • Establish a regional presence for standards
  • Improve communications among users
  • Provide localization to the message
  • Identify new standards requirements
  • Drive adoption and deep deployment
  • Facilitate an active global community

29
The Region Lead will
  • Be a Sustaining, Contributing or Associated
    member
  • Be located within the boundaries of the Region
  • Be conversant in localization techniques
  • Be willing to devote one day/month
  • Provide a communications conduit to the Houston
    office
  • Set up one major Region meeting per year
    including
  • Engaging a sponsor, a venue and speakers
  • Identifying and inviting potential attendees
  • Obtaining localization of invitations, agendas,
    documents

30
Membership Opportunities
  • Sustaining Members
  • Full membership rights
  • Voting rights
  • Eligible to sit on Board of Directors
  • SIG and Work Group participation
  • Contributing Members
  • SIG and Work Group participation
  • Associated Members
  • SIG and Work Group participation
  • Reciprocal memberships

31
Benefits of Membership
  • Active Collaboration
  • Open standards development/deployment projects
  • Shared Development Risk
  • With the entire upstream industry
  • Leverage Industry Knowledge
  • For the benefit of your organization and trading
    partners
  • Early Access/Involvement
  • Maximizing the business value of standards

32
Membership Summary
  • We currently have 68 member companies
  • We are encouraging participation from
  • National energy companies
  • Professional services organizations
  • Vertical service companies
  • Horizontal IT organizations
  • Regulatory agencies
  • Academia
  • Our membership should reflect the global spectrum
    of the upstream oil and natural gas community

33
Alan DonigerChief Technology Officer
  • Energistics Standards

34
Organizing by Subject Area
  • For Standards and Related Materials
  • Actively promoted for adoption and deployment
  • Actively under development
  • Other things In our Portfolio
  • Everything referenced from other sources
  • For The Energy Standards Resource Centre
  • A familiar entry point for all visitors
  • For Special Interest Groups
  • Align SIGs with major Subject Areas

35
Areas of Focus
Global Unique Well Identification Standards
Reference Data Standards
Board
Board
Data Management SIG
Economics
Economics
EP Business Process Reference Model
Production PRODMLSIG
Reservoir

Reservoir

Production

Production

Drilling WITSML SIG
Engineering
Engineering
Geology
Geology
EP Catalogue Standards
eRegulatory SIG
Expl

Petrophysics
Petroleum

Expl

Petrophysics
Petroleum

Geology
Engineering
Geology
Engineering
Drilling

Production

Facilities

Drilling

Production

Facilities

Engineering
Engineering
Engineering
Engineering
Engineering
Engineering
Production

Drilling

Completion

Production

Drilling

Completion

Geophysics
Operations
Geophysics
Operations
Workover
Operations
Operations
Workover
XML exchange standards, design guidelines,
profiles
36
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37
What is on a Subject Area SIG page?
  • Overview
  • How to participate
  • Events
  • Hot Topics
  • Links to more information
  • Subordinate pages with
  • FAQ
  • Team participant lists
  • SIG company list
  • Private Web Pages
  • Team meetings, issues, draft documents etc.
  • Discussion Forums
  • Public
  • Private

38
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What is on a Subject Area Standards page?
  • Overview
  • Major initiatives
  • For each Standard / Best Practice
  • Strategy
  • Links to more information
  • On Energistics managed Web sites
  • prodml.org, witsml.org, geoshare.org, posc.org
  • On other Web sites for external things
  • Plans near-term status and future objectives

40
What are Major Initiatives?
  • Strategically Driven
  • Board, Advisory Council, Membership, Communities
  • Full Life-Cycle but Incremental Plans
  • Needs, Resources, Development, Early Adoption,
    Full Adoption, Market Positioning, etc.
  • High Degree of Leveraged Resources
  • High Confidence of Real Value Delivered

41
Current Major Initiatives
  • WITSML Standards ? Drilling WITSML SIG
  • PRODML Standards ?Production PRODML SIG
  • Well Identity Standards and Services ?Data
    Management SIG
  • Product, Service Equipment Classification
    Standards ? new SIG closely working with other
    international, cross-industry efforts

42
Commitment to Major Initiatives
  • Energistics is committed to drive to and through
    the identification, planning, resourcing,
    development, deployment and adoption, and
    realization of intended value through structured
    packages of activities that qualify as Major
    Initiatives.

43
Treatment of Existing Standards
  • Other Existing Standards will remain documented
    via The Energy Standards Resource Centre so value
    can continue to be realized through use directly
    or as reference material
  • Some may be taken forward by a self-motivated
    Work Group acting through a SIG for context,
    review, etc.
  • Some may be included in the packaging of a Major
    Initiative as a constituent element.

44
Wellsite Information Transfer Standards (WITSML)
  • Status
  • 6th Year, Strong Early Adoption, Recognize Need
    for More
  • Accomplishments
  • Semi-annual Meetings, Seminar and Exhibition in
    Aberdeen in October Sponsors for 07 Events
  • Participants
  • gt 40 SIG Members Depth of Participation Growing
  • Future
  • Norway Drilling Daily Reporting Work to be
    reviewed
  • Bug Fix Release now (Version 1.3.1.1)
  • Two-years of Stability Requested to Strengthen
    Market Position
  • Usage and Dialect Issues Primed for Resolution

45
Production XML Standards (PRODML)
  • Status
  • Work Group Completed 1st Year
  • SIG Invigorated and Prepared to Receive Work
    Group Results
  • Accomplishments
  • Unprecedented Success of 4 Pilots Excellent
    Response to Review Feedback Overflow SPE Event
    with Pilot Videos
  • SIG and 07 Work Group Organizing Already
    Driving Hard
  • Participants
  • 13 Original Participants ? SIG Many New
    Participants in the Process of Joining
  • Future
  • Publication and Turnover of Version 1
    mid-November
  • Dual-Track for 07 Promote use, new features
    and functions

46
Global Unique Well Identifier (GUWI) Well
Identity Standards and Services
  • Status
  • Steering Team (15 Companies) Pursuing LOI with
    IHS Energy
  • SIG Work Group Being Formed Preparing Service
    Agreement
  • Accomplishments
  • Letter of Intent Signed by IHS and POSC (August)
  • Start of Routine Coordination Meetings with IHS
    Energy (October)
  • Transition Meeting of Steering Team to SIG Work
    Group (October)
  • Presentation and Discussion at Open SIG Meeting
    (November 7)
  • Participants
  • 15 Original Team ? SIG Work Group New Members
    Anticipated
  • Future
  • Populate SIG Work Group to point of Launch
  • Complete Service Agreement target year-end
  • Define promotional plans to launch in early 07

47
Products, Services Equipment Classification
  • Status
  • This is an activity in the process of being
    formed.
  • Subject Area equipment, material, and service
    classification systems and content as used in
    design, construction, maintenance, procurement,
    and financial work processes
  • Accomplishments
  • Coordination with ECCMA and other cross-industry
    groups
  • Upstream Oil Gas Content Standardization
    Council approved
  • Presentation at open SIG Meeting (November 7)
  • Participants
  • PIDX, MH Energy Systems, sparesFinder
  • Future
  • As a new SIG , promote and achieve improved
    completeness, consistency, and clarity of
    standards and best practices

48
Some Thoughtful Questions
49
Does the industry (still) need collaborative
efforts to produce, refine, and support data,
information and process standards?
  • The industry seems to continue to struggle with
    problems resulting from the lack of consistency,
    quality, compatibility, etc. in data and
    information as stored, as transferred, and as
    used.
  • Non-competitive, collaborative standards efforts
    are still needed.

50
Why are many standards not widely used or not
producing intended results?
  • We dont define non-competitive boundaries well?
  • We dont step up to the real (full) scope?
  • We solve a subset? We solve under idealized
    conditions?
  • We dont see the need to invest precious time,
    resources, and expertise? self-fulfilling
    prophesy
  • We expect standards to be 100 finished and never
    have to change again?
  • We are tempted to stand on the sidelines and let
    others do the heavy lifting standards
    definition?

51
So
  • In order to have the best chance that the results
    of our collaborative efforts are really used and
    do produce expected results,
  • We believe that we must keep what is chosen to be
    done, what is being done, and what has been done
  • In YOUR minds and in YOUR hands.
  • Therefore, our recommended emphasis on The
    Energy Standards Resource Centre and on pursuing
    qualified Major Initiatives.

52
And
  • We dont need armies of your people to conceive
    and define non-competitive, collaborative
    solutions standards that work, but we do need
  • A few of your Visionaries to ensure that the
    right problems are being addressed
  • Your key Leaders to clear the way for the
    solutions to come into full and proper use
  • Your Front-Line Professionals to express the real
    purpose, to test fitness, and to be
    committed to deployment.
  • These people help make standards truly successful
    and will be more valuable to your organization

53
Agenda
  • 1145 Asia South Region Orientation and
    Administration Mr. Jerry Hubbard,
    Energistics
  • Organizing the Asia South Region Purpose, Plans
    and Opportunities
  • Region participation in the WITSML, PRODML and
    Data Management Special Interest Groups
  • 1200 Special presentation by ONGC on the
    initiation of a Geophysical Special Interest
    Group by the Asia South Region Western Offshore
    Basin, Mumbai, Mr. A. V. Rao
  • 1215 Special Interest Groups Update WITSML,
    Mr. Alan Doniger, Energistics
  • 1255 WITSML and Mud Logging, Mr.
    Samit Sengupta, Geologix

54
Agenda
  • 1315 Lunch
  • 1415 Special Interest Groups Update PRODML,
    Mr. Alan Doniger, Energistics
  • 1500 Special Interest Groups Update Data
    Management, Global Unique Well Identifier
    Initiative, Mr. Alan Doniger,
    Energistics
  • 1515 Special Interest Groups Update Data
    Management, Geodetics and Coordinate Reference
    Systems, Dr. Paul Maton
  • 1535 Afternoon Tea Break
  • Special Presentations on Standards Issues
  • 1605 Energistics Deliverables ONGCs
    Interactions, Dr. Bala Buksh, ONGC

55
Agenda
  • Special Presentations on Standards Issues
    (continued)
  • 1620 Implementation of PWLS Approved Mnemonics
    in Finder, Mr. Naresh Kumar, ONGC
  • 1635 EP Data Management Standards, Mr. N.
    Nageswararao, Mr. K. Ryali and Dr. G.
    Nagabhushnam, Satyam
  • 1650 Service Oriented Architecture Solutions for
    EP Industry Leveraging Energistics Standards,
    Neeraj Gupta, IBM
  • 1715 Asia South Region Recruitment and 2007
    Planning Sessions, moderated by Mr. Jerry Hubbard
  • 1730 Summary and Conclusions
  • 1800 Vote of Thanks
  • 1805 Adjourn to Reception Poolside (4th floor)

56
??????? Thank you for attending the Inaugural
Meeting of theAsia South Region
  • Please join us for the reception poolside on the
    4th Floor - sponsored by ONGC
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