PPT - Energistics

Report
WITSML Update
Presentation to Energistics Regional Meeting, London
By: Julian Pickering, Deputy Chairman, WITSML Executive Team
June 31, 2011
Wellsite Information Transfer Standard Markup Language
“The ‘right-time’ seamless
flow of well-site data between
operators and service
companies to speed and
enhance decision-making”
An Open Information
Transfer Standard
for the Oilfield
WITSML SIG: Member Companies
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Accenture
AspenTech
Atman Consulting
Baker Hughes
BJ Services
BP
Chevron
US DOI
Digital Oilfield Sol.
DrillScan
Dynamic Graphics
ExxonMobil
Geolog SPA
Geoservices
Halliburton
HRH Limited
IBM
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IDS
Institut Francais du Petrole
INT
Kongsberg
LIOS Technology
Mahindra Satyam
Merrick Systems
Microsoft
Moblize
National Oilwell Varco
Oil Teams S.R.L.
ONGC
OpenSpirit
Paradigm
Pason
Peloton
Perfomix
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Petris Technology
Petrolink
Pioneer Natural Res.
Roxar
RPS Group
Saudi Aramco
Schlumberger
SDC Geologix
SMT
Shell
Smith (now Schlumberger)
Statoil
TCS
Total
Weatherford
Wellstorm
Woodside Energy
Why is WITSML important?
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is the result of an industry collaboration to update the
widely used American Petroleum Institute WITS standard for moving
drilling data between rig and office based computer systems.
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It provides data in a consistent XML format which is independent of
service company systems and geographic location.
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It underpins the key objective to achieve leading edge productivity in
well delivery by providing enhanced real-time information sharing.
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It facilitates standardisation in collaboration environments.
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It provides a framework for smart tools deployment.
WITSML Roadmap Planning
2014
2011(1.4.1)
stimJob object
Error model
Support for plug-andplay
Focus on plug and
play including
support for
automation
“Tiered” usage (high
end/low end)
Major release - not
backward compatible
2017
More automation
New use/new data
WITSML Data Object Schemas (XML)
General
•Coordinate Ref Sys
•Well
•Drill Report
•Message
•Attachment
•Operations Report
•Real Time
•Wellbore
•Wellbore Geometry
•Risk
•stimJob fracturing report
Surface Logging
Communication
•Subscription
•Server Capabilities
Rig Instrumentation
•Rig / Rig Equipment
•Cement Job
Fluids Systems
•Fluids Report
•Mud Log
Surveying
•Survey Program
•Target
•Trajectory
Logging While
Drilling
•Log  Well Log
(includes Wireline)
•Formation Marker
Coring
•Sidewall Core
•Conventional Core
Directional Drilling
Systems
•Tubular /
•Bit Record
•BHA Run
Original
Updated
Added
Source: BakerHughes/Paradigm
2011 Release – 1.4.1
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June 30 – Candidate Release for public review
September 23 – 1.4.1 Published
Marketing name = WITSML 2
Product launch
– IADC Annual Conference March 2012 (San Diego, CA, US)
– Intelligent Energy – March 2012 (Utrecht, The Netherlands)
• 1.4.1 Product Certification
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More robust testing
Testing application to automate
Publically available test data
Commercial terms (particularly for non-members to be defined)
• Bug fixes to be issued as necessary
• New object process to continue development as industry
requirements are identified and defined beyond 1.4.1
Reasons to Upgrade to v1.4.1
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Simpler
– The WellLog and RealTime objects have been removed with the important parts of
their purpose being taken up by support in the Log object.
More efficient
– Compression. The WITSML standard supports HTTP and Gzip compression
resulting in less on-wire data for the same information.
– Query Optimizations. High frequency small row count data updates for Logs had
a high overhead of Log header to data block ratio in 1.3.1; This has been greatly
improved with support for headerless Log updates.
– Change Logs. The introduction of Change Logs enables clients to query servers
more efficiently.
Less ambiguous
– Improved documentation of the WITSML 1.4.1 API.
– WITSML Certification. Unlike WITSML 1.3.1 which had a weak and self-certified
approach, 1.4.1 servers can be tested against a published set of standard query
sequences on a defined set of data and the results compared against pre-defined
results enabling vendors to prove conformance to the WITSML 1.4.1 standard.
Cross-theme components
Foundation for all development
• Regulatory
• Security
• New data
• Certification
• Data quality/provenance/context
• Data management - life cycle data use
• Horizontal integration to data standards in drilling or
other domains
• Technology overlay - new API, binary API, etc.
IADC 2011 WITSML Stand
Functional Layout
IADC 2011 WITSML Stand
Data Exchange
Real-time
Visualisation
Schlumberger
Perform Toolkit
MSE Data
Rig Data
Store
Geologix
Geo Toolkit
GEO Data
Onshore
Store
Office
Store
IDS Operations
Report
Real-time
Visualisation
The future is data standards – Questions?

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