Digital Energy: A Data Management Solution for Small E&P Companies

Speaker Steve Jaques
Vice President Information Systems Laredo Steven B. Jaques is Laredo Energy's Vice President of Information Systems and one of the company's founders. He was previously employed as Vice President of Information Systems and Human Resources for Michael Petroleum Corporation. Jaques began his career in the energy industry as a programmer ...

Vice President Information Systems
Laredo



Steven B. Jaques is Laredo Energy's Vice President of Information Systems and one of the company's founders. He was previously employed as Vice President of Information Systems and Human Resources for Michael Petroleum Corporation. Jaques began his career in the energy industry as a programmer for Upstream Energy Services. Mr. Jaques is a graduate of the University of Houston-Downtown, where he received a BBA in finance. Mr. Jaques has over 14 years' experience managing data and information systems in the exploration and production industry. In addition, he has participated in the development of several in-house and commercial software products for the E&P industry.


Full Description
Laredo Energy, a geographically focused South Texas natural gas producer, has begun to solve their data management problems with a PPDM master data store and a combination of commercially available and custom-built software applications.  In partnership with the PPDM Association, EnergyIQ, Neuralog, ESRI, Safe Software, and Microsoft, Laredo has increased productivity and gained more trust in the accuracy of their data.  Numerous project files created well data silos with inconsistent information.  There was no "most trusted source" of well data.  Each data vendor has strengths in capturing and delivering different information items, and Laredo has some proprietary information that conflicts with vendor data.  The master data management solution provided the foundation for a custom application to deliver this "most trusted data" to the end-users, and has set up the company to implement a data interoperability regime to supply project data stores in the near future.
Organizer Roger Hite

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Wed, Feb. 16, 2011
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

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