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Lack of effective integrated visualization of subsurface data too often prevents productive collaboration among exploration and production (E&P) operators. Our industry tends to operate in silos, with geology, geophysics, drilling, and engineering data often separated by applications and vendors.

Accessing and visualizing data in a repository or data lake via a data-centric user interface (perhaps with a basemap metaphor) could allow users to simplify data search and discovery, improve performance, and make E&P workflows more nimble and efficient.

By taking advantage of lightweight and microservices-based platforms, rich plug-in architectures, and improved access to data by using state-of-the-art cloud technologies (such as compression and indexing), E&P companies can collaborate with other companies and vendors to augment functionality, integrate proprietary intellectual property (IP), and co-develop innovative solutions to current challenges.

Speaker | Paul Schatz, Vice President of Sales, Interactive Network Technologies

Paul Schatz is Vice President of Sales with Interactive Network Technologies, and has examined new technology commercialization and the challenges confronting E&P companies as they move through digital transformation. He holds a BSc degree in geology from UCLA, and an MBA from the University of Houston’s Bauer College of Business. Mr. Schatz is active in the Geophysical Society of Houston (for which he was the 2014–2015 president), the Houston Geological Society, the Society of Exploration Geophysicists, and the Society of Petroleum Engineers.

Speaker | Amanda Smith, Product Manager, Information Management and Platform Technology group at Halliburton Landmark

Amanda Smith is a Product Manager in the Information Management and Platform Technology  group in Halliburton Landmark, and brings with her 12 years of data management experience in various roles. Amanda  joined Halliburton in 2012 as a Senior Data Management Consultant for the North America Services organization before moving into product management. Prior to joining Halliburton, Amanda worked at Schlumberger focusing on data management and data quality. Amanda holds an MBA and a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems and Management from Texas State University in San Marcos.


  • Learn more about the power of leveraging partnerships to enhance and speed up development of key visualization projects.
  • Understand how bringing data and tools to the web and accessing data in the cloud can unite teams across business units.
  • Gain further introduction to some of the latest technologies being used in today’s digital transformation ​


  • Project managers
  • Software developers
  • Drilling engineers
  • E&P operators
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