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Abstract

This webinar will be about data management from the well construction point of view. The oil industry has been generating safety-critical and very expensive data since its beginning. The well construction life cycle feeds from this type of data generated during the drilling phase of a well. Currently, the industry faces big challenges that frequently are unexpected: How reliable is the data generated during drilling operations? What is the source of the data? What is the Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) process of the data? Is the data stored and manipulated properly?

For more than 20 years, Landmark has been performing drilling database audits or health checks. This allows customers to find out the current status of their data storage systems. It includes health checks of the basic components of any system, along with the required inputs, the process involved, and the outputs generated. After this analysis is performed, a series of recommendations and solutions can be obtained to answer the challenging questions that the oil industry is facing during this Big Data revolution time.




Speaker | Maria French, Principal Consultant in Drilling and Completions, Halliburton Landmark

Maria French is a Principal Consultant in Drilling and Completions at Halliburton Landmark. She started her career in the oil industry in 1997 as a Well Planner for Sperry Sun in Venezuela. She performed drilling, completion, and workover engineering positions in multiple service and operating companies in Venezuela and the U.S. In 2014, she joined Landmark. Ms. French is a subject matter expert in wellbore positioning. She holds a bachelor’s degree in petroleum engineering from Louisiana State University, along with a bachelor’s degree in systems engineering from the Universidad Bicentenaria de Aragua in Venezuela.

THREE REASONS TO ATTEND:

  • Learn about the most common errors found in drilling databases
  • Understand the safety and financial impacts of poor-quality drilling data in the well construction life cycle
  • Learn more about drilling database system best practices that can be implemented ​

TARGET AUDIENCE:

  • Technical assurance team members
  • Asset managers
  • Drilling managers
  • Drilling engineers
  • Completion engineers
  • Reservoir engineers
  • Geologists
  • Data management managers
  • Data management team members
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