PSC activities in Malaysia

Report
Country Presentation : Malaysia
PETRONAS E&P Data Centre (EPDC)
NDR10 @Rio De Janeiro
15-18 March 2011
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PETRONAS
• Fully-integrated national oil and gas corporation
• Wholly owned by the Government
• Has ownership and control of the domestic hydrocarbon resources
for Malaysia, via PETRONAS PMU (Petroleum Management Unit)
PSC partners
PSC partners
PSC partners
PSC partners
PSC
Companies
Malaysian
Government
Production
Sharing
Contract (PSC)
Petroleum
Development
Act 1974
Institutional Structure Relating to Petroleum Industry
Prime Minister
Ministry of
Energy, Green
Technology and
Water
Ministry of
Natural
Resources &
Environment
Prime
Minister’s
Department
Department of
Environment
Economic
Planning
Unit
Ministry of
Finance
Ministry of
Ministry of
International Domestic Trade
& Consumer
Trade&
Affairs
Industry
Malaysia
Industrial
Development
Agency
PS
Contractors
/ Operators
PSC activities in Malaysia
16 Operators from 10 different countries are managing more than 73 PSCs in Malaysia
PETRONAS EPDC
Initiated in 2004 as PETRONAS E&P Data Centre (EPDC)
Accessible
Reliable
Safeguard
PETRONAS
E&P technical
data
and information
Integrated
Organized,
Centralized,
PETRONAS EPDC 2010 Vision Revisited
Balance
regulator
with
service
mindset
Professional
Firm with
PSCs regulator
mindset
Helpful
Service
Oriented
A center of excellence for
E&P data management,
enabling the value
maximization of
hydrocarbon resources for
Malaysia.
Cohesive
Efficient
&
Effective
Reliable
Integrity
Proactive
PETRONAS EPDC Roles
• Regulating domestic E&P petro-technical data - physical and digital
Roles
Roles
• Provide centralized E&P petro-technical data management infrastructure for:
• Domestic PSC s and PMU
• PCSB International Operation
Roles
• Support PMU business functions with data/business alignment
• Promotion of open blocks
• Exploration to Production activities
• Strategic planning & national resource management
PETRONAS EPDC Maturity Model
3: Corporate
Competency
• Process: Standard,
consistent, measurable
• Tech: Integrated,
enabling process best
practice, self service
2: Managed
• Process: Silos,
some non-standard
1: Base
• Tech: Unintegrated
point solutions
• Process: None
defined
• Quality: Good,
consistence,
measurable
Target for
2 -3 years
3
• Value: Anecdotal
• Quality: Low,
depends on
individual
2
• Value: Subjective
1
4
• Value: Measurable
• Quality: Variable,
difficult to measure
• Tech: No specific
tools
Ultimate
Target
Current
position
3
4. Predictable
Risk
• Process: Statistically
stable
5
5. Fully
Optimized
• Process: Entirely
automated
• Tech: Expert systems
• Quality: Almost
complete certainty
• Value: Minimized Risk
& Optimized Value
• Tech: Automation,
Decision Support
• Quality: Improved
reliability and
predictability
• Value: Risk-Reward
Balance
Source: D’Angelo, J & Troy, B
2000, Oil & Gas Journal, Jul.
PETRONAS EPDC evolves in three
key phases towards realizing the vision
Establish
The Foundation
On-going:
Institutionalize
Seismic data
Geo Sample
centre
E&P
Geocomputing
Geospatial data
Roadmap
management
EPDC
renewal
Physical asset
Roadmap
database
Completed:
Completed:
Completed:
Seismic data
management
Log data
management
Document
management
Tape
transcription
Corporate
Integration
E&P Data Centre
Phase 1
GIS
Initiate:
Strategy
Studies
Production
RTO / IO
Enhanceme
nt
BCP / DRP
Open up
data to PSC
Standards
set
E&P DM
Well meta
Assessment
data
capture
Seismic
E&P Data Repositories
meta data
capture
Legacy
E&P IT
data
scanning Strategy
Capture
and
catalogui
ng of data
and
informatio Data management
(Document
n on
cataloguing)
relinquish
ment of
PSCs
1995
 A Center of
Excellence
for E&P data mgmt,
enabling the value
maximization of
hydrocarbon
resources
for Malaysia.
E&P Data Centre
Phase 2
Future initiatives:
Online presence
All data and
information
submitted
electronically
All PMU processes
run electronically
Outsourcing
optimised
Optimize
Focus on biz needs
Realize benefits/value from EPDC
2007
Today
2015
Beyond 2015
9
Data Dimension
Seismic
Well
Unstructured
Surface
Engineering
Geospatial/ GIS
G&G Interpretation
Physical
•851 Surveys:
•3D : ~125K sq km (460)
•2D : ~900K line km (391)
•5807 wells
•Wildcat/appraisal ~ 2092, Dev/Prod ~ 3715,4519 well logs
•Report ~91K, Seismic Section ~250K, Well Log sections ~120K,
Maps ~40K
•Platforms = 330, Pipelines = 880
•Technical report & as-built drawings~48K
•1004 shape files, Vector = 31 GB, Raster = 6.2 TB
•Projects ~ 250 at 218 TB
•Core Sample ~1.3 Mil units (64K boxes)
•Tape & Media ~350K units
700 Tb of digital data
Facilities
Data Management Office
PETRONAS Visualisation Centre
Real Time Operation Room
Tape Storage
Tape Transcription Center
Core Warehouses
PETRONAS Geo Sample Centre
(Ready by Q2,2011)
Initiatives for the past 18 months
PSC
Mgmt
Submission
Compliance- PSC
data audit
Seismic and Well
Data Submission
requirement
review and
enhancement
PSC DM Forum
Quarterly Data
Submission
Progress Meeting
E&P Data
Centre
Migration to
Enterprise ArcGIS
Server for GIS
Geo-sample
Migration
E&P Data
Operation Services
Well information
QC
Define and Improve
Standards
Processes and
Procedures
DM
Facilities
SLA for data
delivery
Framework for
Surface
Engineering,
Drilling and
Production archival
data
PETRONAS Geo
Sample Centre
PETRONAS
Visualisation
Refurbishment
Technical
Computing
Technical ICT Cost
Optimization
Program
DRP – Business
Impact Analysis
(BIA)
G&G Project Data
Migration
Data Accessibility via PIRI-GIS
PETRONAS EPDC : Moving Forward
Process
Technology
People
• Clearly redefine roles & responsibilities
• Career path development
• Knowledgeable Workforce
• Governance mindset
• Manpower
• Promotion of DM
• Define / Improve Standards, Processes & Procedures
• Security, Control & Business continuity
• Define / Enhance Policy & Governance
• Business Process Architecture
• Information Architecture
• Application Architecture
• Infrastructure Architecture
TERIMA KASIH

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