Upcoming Division Talks
Canadian Well Identifier System, what does it mean for you?
Floy Baird/ President, Calgary Geoscience Data Managers Society
Sue Carr/ Past-President, Calgary Geoscience Managers Society | Katalyst Data Management.
February 20th, 2019 | 12:00 noon
geoLOGIC Room (2nd Floor), Aquitaine Tower, 540-5th Avenue S.W., Calgary
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Canadian Well Identification System (CWIS), is an identifier whose time has come. CWIS is planned to be implemented by the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) in the near future. This talk breaks down the concepts behind it and explains how it can be a valuable tool for you. CWIS addresses the limitations of the UWI, while not replacing it. Yes, your UWI is safe! Our industry is one of constant change, driven by the need to address our environmental footprint, reduce our cost, and embrace new technologies. We no longer predominately drill just single vertical boreholes, and the management of the data of wells need new tools like CWIS to address these changes. De-mystifying the CWIS, walking through examples of CWIS, and talking in practical terms about the benefits will all be discussed in this talk.
Floy Baird – with 37 years experience in managing Canadian, International, and US well data, change has been a constant in her career. Floy excels at bringing technology to the table to solve some of the most complex and pervasive issues in well data management. With practical and applied knowledge across disciplines spanning from regulatory compliance, sitting a drill site, field work and programming her knowledge base spans across most aspects of geoscience, engineering and land. Floy has held key roles in over 10 data management projects. Floy believes in giving back to her community of data managers by volunteering on the PPDM – Regulatory Committee and as the President of the Calgary Geoscience Data Managers Society. Floy feels she has been fortunate to work in the area of her passion.
Sue Carr, Manager Consulting Services, Katalyst Data Management.
Sue is a passionate Oil and Gas Information Management Professional with more than 35 years of industry experience. An organizer and planner, she is known to continuously improve processes to create tangible results by empowering people with technology. Sues ‘experience as an IT Leader and Subsurface Information Manager has given her a unique skill set to bridge the gap between business requirements and IT policy. Her subsurface data management experience includes seismic, wells, interpretation projects and applications.
Sue is currently focused on building a Data Management Consultants team to help solve E&P companies’ data challenges.
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