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About the PPDM Association

Trudy Curtis, CEO

March, 2006
The PPDM Association
î ot For Profit standards The PPDM Association is
‡ Resource sector a non-profit organization
î Formed in 1989 through which members
î Over 100 members worldwide cooperate to
world-wide develop standards as a
î Collaborative standards foundation for managing
‡ ³the PPDM Way´
‡ Business driven, practical, information as an
usable essential asset in the
î Key deliverables global resource business
‡ Data model
‡ Spatial enabling
‡ XML schema
‡ Data content / reference
values
î info@ppdm.org

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Member Location

2004/05
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Member Classification

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2004 / 2005 Highlights
î Significant uptake of PPDM Version Ñ.7 by
members

î Requests for corporate training in PPDM


throughout the world

î 8 work groups and projects in progress

î Increased international awareness and


interest (Australia, EU, Russia, Indo-China«)

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Board Strategy
Current Mission
î The PPDM Association is a non-profit organization
‡ through which members world-wide cooperate
‡ to develop standards
‡ as a foundation for managing information as an essential
asset
‡ in the global resource business.
Proposed Mission
î The PPDM Association is a global not-for-profit
organization
‡ which collaborates with the petroleum industry
‡ to develop and promote information standards
‡ that enhance profitability.

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Current Ends
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î Evolve and maintain the Public Petroleum Data Model (PPDM)


to meet the business needs of the oil and gas industry.
î Publish a physical database definition language schema which
is ready to use and cost-effective to implement.
î Publish architectural principles that incorporate business-driven
acceptance criteria based on current commercial computing
technology.
î Optimize the use of and collaboration with member-supplied
resources.
î Collaborate with other standards organizations who share our
vision.
î Provide proactive leadership to meet the emerging information
management needs of our members.

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Proposed Ends include:
î Universal industry adoption of PPDM standards
A. published information standards that encompass the
petroleum value chain
B. awareness / understanding / education
C. an international community of practice (knowledge base)
D. value proposition defined and realized
E. implementation practice (knowledge base)
F. leadership for current and future

î A global inter-operable set of standards


A. formal collaboration among standards organizations
B. global standards strategy
C. coordinated practice for standards development and approval
D. leadership for current and future activities
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PPDM Focuses on the E&P sector
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Prospecting, Land Chartering & Gathering, Distribution,
Rights, Field Scheduling Refinery Branding, and
Development, Drilling, Operations and Marketing
Completion, Recovery Maintenance,
and Field Operations Blending and
Production

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Traditional Asset Life Cycle
Plan

Acquire

Manage

Relinquish
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When The Rules Change
î What was right 5 ± 50
years ago is wrong today
‡ Legislation is stricter Ñ0 ± 50
‡ Partner expectations are years
higher
‡ Shareholders expect more
‡ Technology has changed
‡ We have fewer staff
î The business has evolved
î We¶re asking unexpected
questions
‡ But the information we need
is often lost

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Information, Technology & Process
Every process uses or creates KID (records)

It has to be managed = technology & process


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Legislation
î US
‡ Sarbanes ± Oxley
‡ State regs
î Canada
‡ PIPEDA
‡ Provincial regs
î UK
‡ Data Protection Act 1998
‡ Freedom of Information Act 2000
‡ Companies Act 1989
î Australia
‡ Petroleum (Submerged Lands) (Data
Management) Regulations 2004

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Finding the eedle in the Haystack
î o matter where it is
î Regardless of format
or media
î Even if it¶s been
archived badly
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find the right data all
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The Standards Landscape
î Industry Standards exist for many levels of the
Information Technology ³Stack´
î Where is the most significant ³vendor´
investment going?
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Integrated Architecture
Ontologies
Meta Data
Taxonomies
Physical

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Business Rules
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Policies, Practices & Procedures
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PPDM Version Ñ.7.1


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Help Us Do Business
î Business Associates
î Financial Summaries
î PPDM Meta Model
î PPDM Unit of Measure
î Products
î Projects
î Work Orders & Requests

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Describe the Earth
î Areas
î Coordinate Systems
î Spatial Descriptions

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Paleontology
î Ecozones and Environments
î Fossils
î Paleontology

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Geology and Geophysics
î Lithologic Samples
î Lithology
î Fields and Pools
î PPDM Volume Regimes
î Production Entities
î Production Facilities

Production Strings
Production Reporting
Reserves
Seismic
Stratigraphy
Wells

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Authorizations & Consents
î Applications
î Consultations & egotiations
î Consents
î Restrictions
î BA Licenses & Authorizations
î Facility Licenses & Authorizations
î Seismic Licenses
î Well Licenses & Authorizations

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Legal & Land Management
î Contests and Disputes
î Contracts and Legal Agreements
î Instruments
î Interest Sets and Division of Interests
î Land Rights: Surface and Mineral
î otifications
î Obligations
î Rate Schedules
î Support Facilities

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Record/Product Management
î Entitlements
î Records, Product and Information
Management
î Source & Bibliography

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PPDM Ñ.8

Publication late 2006


Data Management
î Policies, practices and procedures (PPP)
î Business rules
‡ Who, what, where, when, how « Policy

î Key process metrics Practice

‡ Performance Procedure

‡ Project tracking
î PPDM Meta Model enhancements
‡ Mappings
‡ Business rules
‡ Database management tools
‡ Audit and provenance tracking

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Meta Data Mappings
î Persist meta data in PPDM
‡ FGDC, ISO
‡ Dublin Core PPDM

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Well Operations
î Phase 1: Well Operations Reporting
‡ Bottom hole assembly
‡ Inventories
‡ Metrics reporting
‡ Safety inspections
î Phase 2: Services, workovers

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Taxonomies & Classifications
î Each taxonomy deals with a single concept
î Objects are classified with many taxonomies
î Think of it as taxonomic triangulation

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E&P Taxonomy Dimensions
î Asset type (business objects)
î Organizational structures
î Discipline
î Work flow / Procedures / Business Process
î Oilfield Product (Service) Groups (Functions / Ops)
î Knowledge Management Value
î Materials
î Oilfield tools and Equipment
î Chemicals
î Meta Data (Dublin Core)
‡ dc:period (Retention / Content Life Cycle / Value)
‡ dc:date (Authored, created, review, expiration)
‡ dc:coverage (Geographic / geopolitical areas)
‡ dc:type (Document Type / Content type)
‡ dc:format (Media used for rendering the product)
‡ dc:language (ISO list)
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‡ dc:relation (Other System Identifiers)
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Health, Safety and Environment
î Incident reporting
‡ What happened
‡ Who was involved
‡ What remedial actions were taken
‡ Interaction with other parts of the model

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PPDM Member Support

Compliance
Training
PPDM Compliance
î Gold compliance
‡ Technical or database compliance
‡ Several vendors have compliant applications
î Silver compliance
‡ Connectivity or application compliance
‡ Being re-designed by modeling committee
‡ o measures taken as yet
î Content compliance
‡ In planning stage

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PPDM Education
î Introduction to PPDM
‡ High level, 2 ± Ñ hour session
‡ Introduce company staff to what PPDM is about
and how it works.
î Inside PPDM
‡ Fixed agenda; 1 ± Ñ days
‡ Detailed overview of PPDM Architecture
‡ Mid level review of all PPDM Modules
î Ad hoc training
‡ Usually Ñ days
‡ Tailored for member requirements
‡ Prepare teams for specific implementations
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Discussion / Questions

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