Petroweb Launches Fully Automated E&P Data Curating Platform
Petroweb, a provider of global exploration and production (E&P) data cataloging to the energy industry, announced the launch of its Data Curating platform, which provides a continuously up-to-date catalog of available third-party E&P data sets worldwide.
The Data Curating platform combines the strength of Petroweb’s global team of data curators and vendor partners with the latest in extract/transform/load technologies and machine learning. The company says the platform will replace internal disjointed or nonexistent systems with a cohesive and relevant all-inclusive data catalog.
“Our unique data mining and cataloging technology is a product of the frustrations felt by internal IT departments and geophysical professionals with the everchanging landscape of available third-party data sets,” said Jeff Wadsworth, chief operating officer for Petroweb.
“E&P companies no longer need to waste valuable time and internal resources to search for, connect to, and keep updated available third-party data sets,” he said. “Our standardized catalog provides the most up-to-date and most comprehensive third-party data coverages worldwide. Over the next year, our goal is to catalog upwards of 80% of all available third-party E&P data sets as well as catalog data sets available for acquisition from E&P companies.”
The Data Curating platform monitors and catalogs millions of data points every day and is the largest third-party data catalog available on the market, Petroweb said. Current data coverage is comprised from 92 data sources, covering more than 146 countries, with more than 1.1 million 2D/3D seismic lines and surveys, more than 50,000 gravity/magnetic surveys, and more than 7 million wells cataloged by individual data sets available per well. Additional new data sets are expected to come online to provide global coverage of available studies or reports cataloged by type, region, size, and vintage.
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10 March 2020
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