May 16, 2012


Description

Southwestern Energy's focus on learning as applied to land-based drilling challenges is explored. Drilling data is examined as an asset to the organization; specifically, the logistics of data asset acquisition and retention, and the potential to improve overall drilling operations. A brief explanation of drilling data acquisition followed by an overview of technologies involved within data acquisition, transmission, storage, visualization, and mining is included with special attention given to industry standards including WITS, WITSML, and PPDM. Finally, a few thoughts about Southwestern Energy's drilling data vision are shared.

Featured Speakers

Speaker: Mark Reynolds
Speaker Mark Reynolds
Staff Drilling Data Analyst Southwestern Energy Mark Reynolds brings 30+ years of experience in operations-centric software, real-time data and knowledge solutions, data, knowledge and critical path innovation. He is a contributing author for energy industry and computer science magazines and teaches at Lonestar College. Systems such as: proactive pump-jack pumping ...

Staff Drilling Data Analyst
Southwestern Energy



Mark Reynolds Speaker photoMark Reynolds brings 30+ years of experience in operations-centric software, real-time data and knowledge solutions, data, knowledge and critical path innovation. He is a contributing author for energy industry and computer science magazines and teaches at Lonestar College. Systems such as: proactive pump-jack pumping systems to high speed digital signal processing systems to multi-dimensional oilfield data processing. Teams have included small and agile systems groups, interdisciplinary mission avionics groups, and industry leading proactive predictive analytics, case based reasoning, and data mining.



 


Mark is currently working at Southwestern Energy in the Fayetteville Shale Drilling group as a Staff Drilling Data Analyst. In this position, he pulls his experiences in data processing, data analysis, and data presentation to improve Southwestern Energy’s work in the natural gas production and mid-stream market.

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Organizer

Carol Piovesan


Date and Time

Wed, May 16, 2012

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

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Location

Courtyard on St James

1885 Saint James Pl
Houston, Texas 77056
USA