DM39-007: PPDM 3.9: Well Data

Public Petroleum Data Model Version 3.9

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Course Option: 
Classroom, Private, Instructor-Led Webinar

Target Audience:
Regulators, operators, service companies, data and software vendors, Schools (educators, students). Project Managers, Geologists, O&G Engineers, Financial, Field Workers, Business Analyst, Data Governance, Data Architect, Data Management Leaders, Data Managers, Database Analyst, Software Developers.

Course Description:
Wells are the most fundamental asset of the petroleum industry, because they provide the mechanism for extracting raw hydrocarbons from subsurface reservoirs. Hundreds of millions of dollars are expended to create and use data before, during and after well construction. Managing this information effectively and making it available to analytics tools is critical to industry safety and success.

This session will provide a high-level overview of the well subject areas in PPDM 3.9 through life cycle processes in oil and gas.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Review normalization and discuss the pros and cons of normalization versus denormalization
  • Identify the fundamentals related to units of measure, table columns and the basics of elevation and heights
  • Describe implementing What is a Well
  • List basic well tables

Evaluation Method(s) / Metrics:
Final Exam available upon request.

Completion Award:
PPDM Certificate of Completion

Special Requirements:
There are no special requirements for this course.