ANP data acquisition

Report
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
The role of BDEP in the management of
information on the Brazilian
Sedimentary Basins
Magda Chambriard
Director
Brazilian Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels
Presentation Structure
1. ANP Structure and Upstream Divisions
2. Brazilian Oil Industry Current Status
3. Improving knowledge on the Brazilian
Sedimentary Basins
4. BDEP – Brazilian Data Center
ANP Upstream
Divisions
ANP Upstream Areas
CCL
Local Content
CSO
Operational Safety
CMA
Environment Protection
UPSTREAM DIVISIONS
SDT
Technical Data
Division
SPG
Government
Take Division
SDB
Blocks Definition
Division
SPL
Licensing Rounds
Division
SDP
Development
and Production
Division
SEP
Exploration
Division
NFP
Production
inspecting
Brazilian Oil Industry
Current Status
Current Status of Oil Industry
Concession Contracts
(March/2011)
Exploratory Phase: 349 blocks
Production/Development Phase: 400 fields
Companies
40 national
38 foreign
Current Status of Oil Industry
(2010)
Proven Reserves
Oil – ~ 14 billion bbl (*)
Gas – ~ 417 billion m3
(*) Includes
Production
Oil – 2,18 million bbl/d
Gas – 62,8 million m3/d
proved reserves from the pre-salt area (“Lula” field)
Net Imports/Exports
Oil – 292,7 thousand bbl/d
Gas – 34,6 million m3/d
Petroleum Reserves
Billion barrels
32
More than 30 billion bbl
Lula, Iara, Guará, Parque das
Baleias, Franco and Libra
28
24
20
16
12
8
4
0
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Near future
The Pre-Salt as a New Paradigm
(up to 50 billion bbl?)
From 2004:
71 wells drilled
13 wells (18%)
without discovery
2-ANP-2A-RJS
2-ANP-1-RJS
Improving
knowledge on the Brazilian
Sedimentary Basins
New data in the Brazilian
Sedimentary Basins
The seismic acquisitons performed by Data
Acquistion Companies (DACs) after the monopoly
Flexibilization were crucial for discovering the
Pre-Salt area – the new horizon to petroleum
industry
Seismic
pre-1998
Current seismic
Seismic until
2002
ANP Data Acquisiton
G & G 5-year plan
Concluded projects
On going projects
Investments of ~ US$ 190 million
Investments of ~ US$ 121 million
G & G 5-year plan
Projects in bidding phase
•
•
Seismic assessment in Jacuípe basin (2D)
Magnetoteluric surveys in Paraná, Parecis and Amazonas basins
Projects under consideration
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•
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Seismic assessment in Santos (3D), Ceará and Parnaíba basin (2D)
Geochemistry surveys in Tacutu and Foz do Amazonas basins
Petroleum systems studies in São Francisco basin
Drilling of four to six stratigraphic wells
5-year plan total investment ~ US$ 650 million
BDEP
Brazilian Data Center
ANP Data Bank
What is BDEP?
The Brazilian Data Center is the unit inside ANP responsible for storing all
technical data acquired on petroleum exploration and production activities
throughout Brazilian sedimentary basins.
ANP Data Bank
Legal issues
- 1995: Constitutional amendment n°9 – Monopoly flexibilization
- 1997: Law n°9478 – Creation of the Regulatory Agency – ANP
Article 8°, item XI - “organize and maintain archives of information and technical data
related to petroleum, natural gas and biofuels industry regulated activities”
- 2000: To achieve this mission, ANP created BDEP, operated through a technical
agreement with the National Geologic Survey - CPRM
ANP Data Bank
 1998: Petrobras Data collection transfer to ANP (legacy data)
The competitive market
structure led
to a growth
of data acquisition
activities
Seismic Data
1,800,000 km seismic lines
Well Data
19,000 wells
Non-seismic Data
912,500 km non-seismic data
Represents 2.3%
of current BDEP´s
Data collection
in volume
Data Collection
BDEP DATA COLLECTION (2010)
 Post-stack seismic = 1,130 surveys
 Wells = 25 thousand
 Potential methods = 339 programs
SEISMIC PRE-STACK
3,164 Tb
213 THOUSAND TAPES
TOTAL = 3,198 Tb or 3.2 Pb
2,041,275
DVD´s
Corresponding to...
60 million of
full drawers
20 billion of
digital photos
BDEP yesterday and today
2000
2010
TOTAL COLLECTION
Increase
x 44
3.2 PB
0.071 PB
NUMBER OF MEMBERS
27
14
NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS
519
x 1.9
x 3.7
140
REVENUE
10.3 mi
3.2 mi
x 3.2
BDEP Investments
TECHNOLOGY
Investments
 US$ 3.5 million invested in hardwares in 2008/2009
 US$ 4.1 million forecasted for 2010/2011
BDEP Activities
Data collection
Confidentiality
Period
Data Delivery
• Licencing Rounds
(data package)
ANP
Standards
• ANP (blocks study and offer)
• Oil Companies
(exclusive data)
• DACs
Data Acquisition
Companies
(non-exclusive data)
• ANP data acquisition
(foment data)
Quality Control
Data Loading
Data Storing
• Associated Members
• Universities
• Eventual Users
Exemple of associated
companies
Eventual Users: all the others concessionaires and service companies
Final Remarks
• Data Availability is a key issue for the oil & gas industry;
• The intensification of E&P activities in Brazil increases the challenge of
ensuring the availability of good data just in time;
• New data acquisitions impose us agility to build new standards to store and
release information;
• ANP is really interested in cooperating with NDR members for the
improvement of technical data management.
Director Magda Chambriard
March/2011

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