April 21, 2010


Description

Industry standards efforts are very often remedial in nature as is the case when seeking to eliminate unnecessary diversity in the way work practices are carried out. In recent years, Energistics has had a special opportunity to participate with our member companies in standards efforts that are contemporary with the introduction of new and improved work practices associated with Digital Energy. This session will provide an overview of current Energistics standards initiatives with an emphasis on their association with and support for Digital Energy. The PRODML (Production) Standards initiative will be featured and will include a video presentation about a recent Well Test Validation pilot implementation as well as a discussion of how leaders of the industry’s Digital Energy (AKA Smart Fields, Field of the Future, iField, etc.) programs contributed to the formulation of a strategic roadmap to help drive PRODML Standards into widespread and valuable use

 


Featured Speakers

Speaker Alan Doniger
Chief Technology Officer Energistics Alan is deeply involved in strategic planning and provides oversight for standards development and adoption activities related to data and information standards for the E&P geoscience and subsurface engineering areas. Areas of significant recent emphasis include the Production PRODML Standards initiative, the geographic resource E&P Metadata ...

Chief Technology Officer
Energistics

Alan is deeply involved in strategic planning and provides oversight for standards development and adoption activities related to data and information standards for the E&P geoscience and subsurface engineering areas. Areas of significant recent emphasis include the Production PRODML Standards initiative, the geographic resource E&P Metadata Standards initiative, and the Web Services Interoperability Standards initiative. Before joining the standards group in 1991, Alan worked at Gulf and Chevron for 12 years, where he managed groups working with software standards, methodology, and software engineering tools. He holds advanced degrees in computer science and mathematics from Cornell University. He is a member of the SPE, SEG, ACM and the IEEE Computer Society. He has served for ten years on the Governing Board of The Open Group, including four years as chairman.

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Organizer

Kathy MacLennan


Date and Time

Wed, April 21, 2010

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Courtyard on St James

1885 St James Place
Houston, TX 77056
USA