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Effective Integration of
ESRI into GeoGraphix
Andrew Bartell
February 6th, 2014
Efficiency Benefits of ESRI GIS
Integration into GeoGraphix
• Eliminate Creating and Updating Queries
• Don’t need to worry about layers changing
symbols or labels
• Don’t need to worry about extents of data (no
AOI in GIS)
• Live Connection to Databases
GeoGraphix and GIS Integration
• Geographic Information System
– What is GIS?
– How is it used?
– What does it look like?
• GIS and GeoGraphix Data Structures
• Example workflows
• Why
What is GIS?
•
A Geographic Information System (GIS) integrates hardware, software, and
data, for capturing, managing, analyzing, and displaying all forms of
geographically referenced information
•
GIS allows us to view, understand, question, interpret, and visualize data in
many ways that reveal relationships, patterns, and trends, in the form of
maps, globes, reports, and charts
•
A GIS helps you answer questions and solve problems by looking at your data
in a way that is quickly understood and easily shared
•
GIS technology can be integrated into any enterprise information system
framework
•
GIS is a tool to assist in making informed decisions
How Does the Energy Industry Use GIS?
• Map Where Things Are
– Wells, Batteries, Lease Roads, Pipelines, Valves, Cathodic Protection, Gates,
Leases, Storage Facilities, Tanks, Equipment, Electrical Features, Well Pads,
Meters, Compressors, Headers and Gathering Facilities, Section Corners
• Quantities
– Miles of Pipeline, Area of Leases, Mcf, Pressures, Production Statistics
• Densities
– Wells per Section, Acres of Lease Per Township, Cumulative Oil Totals per
Section/Township
• What’s Nearby
– Impact Radius Analysis, Competitor Activity, Archeological Sites
• Change Over Time
– Rig Movement, Well Status Changes
Types of GIS Data
– Points
• Attributes
• Records
– Lines
• Attributes
• Records
– Polygons
• Attributes
• Records
– Raster
• Images
Types of
GeoGraphix Data
– IsoMap Layers
– WellBase Layers
– Conditional Pie
– LeaseMap Layer
– LandNet Layer
– Bubble Layer
– GeoAtlas Layer
– AOI Layer
ESRI Point Data
• Example: Wells
ESRI Line Data
• Example: Pipelines
ESRI Polygon Data
• Examples: States, Counties, Townships, Sections, Leases
Project on GeoGraphix Server
User 1 Map
User1 _AOI
Global_AOI
WellBase
Layer
WellBase
Layer
WellBase
Layer
Query
WellBase
Layer
User 2 Map
User2_AOI
Query
WellBase
Layer
WellBase
Layer
WellBase
Layer
WellBase
Layer
WellBase
Layer
Query
WellBase
Layer
User 3 Map
User3_AOI
WellBase
Layer
Wellbase
Layer
GeoGraphix
Database
Query
Wellbase
Layer
User 3 Map
User 2 Map
User 1 Map
GIS Layer
GIS Layer
GIS Layer
GIS Layer
GIS Layer
GIS Layer
GIS Layer
Symbolize
Symbolize
Symbolize
Symbolize
Symbolize
Symbolize
Symbolize
GIS
Database
Table
Database
Aries
Cygnet
Excalibur
Field Direct
FloCal
Harmony
Maximo
ProCount
SiteView
WellEz
WellView
Attribute
GIS Map Document
GIS Layer
Network Folder
GIS Layer
GeoAtlas Map
GIS Layer
GeoGraphix AOI
GIS Layer
Table
Database
Aries
Cygnet
Excalibur
Field Direct
FloCal
Harmony
Maximo
ProCount
SiteView
WellEz
WellView
Attribute
GIS Map Document
GIS Layer
Network Folder
GIS Layer
GeoAtlas Map
GIS Layer
GeoGraphix AOI
GIS Layer
REST Web Service
Connection
Database at
IHS
GeoAtlas Map
Live
Layer
GeoGraphix AOI
Live
Layer
Producing Wells
Completing Wells
SWD Wells
Drilling Rigs
Active Leases
Active Pipelines
Drilling Schedule
Wellpads
IHS Live Connection
Efficiency Benefits of ESRI GIS
Integration into GeoGraphix
• Eliminate Creating and Updating Queries
• Don’t need to worry about layers changing
symbols or labels
• Don’t need to worry about extents of data (no
AOI in GIS)
• Live Connection to Databases
Oklahoma City GeoGraphix User Conference
March 26th, 2013
External Sources:
IHS.com
ESRI.com
MapSearch.com
Andrew Bartell

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