Houston Public Training 2017 - POSTPONED

Houston Public Training 2017 - POSTPONED
NOTE: This training has been postponed due to the flooding. We are working with our providers to find a February 2018 date. PPDM Public Training October 4 - 6, 2017.

PPDM Training Programs have been developed to assist E&P companies, regulatory agencies and the related service industry to implement an industry standard “best practice” approach to Data Management. PPDM offers 35 classes in four delivery methods, available around the globe. PPDM training is not just for Petroleum Data Managers. Popular classes like 'What is a Well' and 'Business Life Cycle of the Well' provide insight and shared vocabularies that benefit accountants, marketers, management, and of course, data managers. You can learn more about why PPDM Training is valuable for your company in our brochure.

Course Schedule

There are five half-day sessions available for registration. Registrants can select which class they want to attend below in the registration options.

Session

Course

Date

Time

Session 1

What is a Well (PDM 002), Well Status and Classification (PDM-003)
What Is A Well? - In an age of integrated data, making sure that you are using words clearly and consistently is critical to success. This course helps you understand why and how the language that is used to describe the various components of a well has diverged over time, making clear communication difficult. We help you navigate global semantic differences and understand exactly what the components of a well are. In addition, we review the ground-breaking work done by the collaborative industry project "What is a Well" (WIAW), and we review the WIAW interactive tool, baseline definitions, representative diagrams,

Well Status & Classification - This course gives you a comprehensive understanding of how well status and classification systems are used in industry. We explore challenges associated with many diverse industry status and classification vocabularies. A method for reconciling these systems to a single disambiguation standard (including plot symbols) is laid out.
Wed. Oct. 4, 2017

8am - 12pm

Session 2

Business Life Cycle of the Well (PDM-040)
The life cycle of wells can be decades long, and encompasses complex business processes on the part of many stakeholders. Stewarding data for all stakeholders requires a clear knowledge of these processes and how they interrelate. This course provides a general overview of the business life cycle of the well within the petroleum asset life cycle, including planning, drilling, completing, producing, and disposing. The course is directed at organizational analysts, business analysts, enterprise architects, solution architects, and information technology personnel who require an overview of the primary business phases and business processes within the petroleum industry. We focus on business processes, using an operating company as the basis.

Wed. Oct. 4, 2017

1pm - 5pm

Session 3

Introduction to Master Data Management (PDM-060)
Master data management principles are covered at a high level, including: data governance, data architectures, master data, data quality and the life cycle of data in the business. A high level overview of how the PPDM data model supports master data management is included.

Thu. Oct. 5, 2017

8am - 12pm

Session 4

PPDM Data Management and Reference Lists (DM39-004)
The data management model in PPDM is designed to provide a tool kit for data management and data governance. This course helps you understand how these functions are supported by the PPDM Data Model. We will review the value of the Data Management (formerly called the meta model) subject area and how to effectively use the model, as well as provide an overview of both standard and dynamic reference tables. Understanding this subject accelerates a working team’s ability to effectively and appropriately use the Data Model.

Thu. Oct. 5, 2017

1pm - 5pm

Session 5 PPDM 3.9:Data Model Overview (DM39-002)
Provides an overview of each subject area in
PPDM 3.9, including a short discussion of the
role each subject area plays in the overall design.
 Fri. Oct. 6, 2017  8am-12pm

To learn more about each of these classes, please visit our Professional Development Catalogue.

A PDF flyer for this event is also available.

Cost Per Session

$250.00 Member
$350.00 Non-Member
Discounts are available for Individuals registering for 3 or more classes (10%) or for groups of 5 or more registrants from one company (10%). Please contact training@ppdm.org to get your discount code PRIOR to registering.

Location

This training will take place at Marathon Oil Corporation, in Rooms P1021/P1022, at 5555 Felipe Street, Houston, Texas. All visitors must park in the Visitor Parking on levels G-1 and G2 which is metered and is payable by credit card only. All visitors must check in on Level 2 at either the Tower Concierge Desk or at the Marathon Oil Corporation Reception Desk. Please have photo identification available for presentation. Please have your Visitor's Badge visible at all times while you are in the building.

Questions

If you have any questions before the training or about other PPDM training or events contact us at training@ppdm.org. Click here to view our Cancellation Policy. Thank you from the PPDM Association Learning Development Team.

Margaret Barron

Chief, Professional Development

+1.587.390.0188

barronm@ppdm.org

 

Pam Koscinski

Community Relations Coordinator

+1.405.417.7350

pam.koscinski@ppdm.org

When:
04/10/2017 8:00 AM - 06/10/2017 12:00 PM

Program

   

Wednesday, 04 October 2017

 
What is a Well (PDM 002), Well Status and Classification (PDM-003)
Time:
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
8:00 AM
Business Life Cycle of the Well (PDM-040)
Time:
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
1:00 PM

Thursday, 05 October 2017

 
Introduction to Master Data Management (PDM-060) Introduction to Master Data Management (PDM-060) Introduction to Master Data Management (PDM-060)
Time:
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
8:00 AM
PPDM Data Management and Reference Lists (DM39-004)
Time:
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
1:00 PM

Friday, 06 October 2017

 
PPDM 3.9: Data Model Overview (DM39: 002)
Time:
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
8:00 AM

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