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Data Quality, what does it mean to You?

Data Quality, what does it mean to you? To me, it means that I can implicitly trust what I see whether it be a well ticket or a boat’s gas gauge (and E does not mean Enjoy your ski, we … Continue reading

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Preliminary Build

By know you know that a ton of time and effort has been spent on ripping the guts out of the good old ’69 Mustang. And what have I got for it? The ability to build it up the way … Continue reading

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Well. Aren’t you special?

This is the 3rd of a 3-part series on some of the high-level issues that come up around the data management aspect of oil and gas exploration and how we are working with the PPDM Association in actively looking at … Continue reading

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Patience is a Virtue

Waiting and waiting and waiting… Who likes doing that?  Not me.  And probably not most people.  But when you are waiting for something worthwhile, it makes it slightly more tolerable.  Or at least we tell ourselves that…  So, what am … Continue reading

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All’s Well That Ends Well?

In our last thrilling episode, I discussed a bit about the PPDM Association and the eponymous Data Model. Now it’s time to discuss some of the fruits of their labour in the gardens of the workgroups. I should point out … Continue reading

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Data Deluge, Insights Drought

Why MUST Enterprises Continually Grow Their Corporate IQ?   And How?       (Part One of Three) “As the well-documented ‘data deluge’ deepens, many executives have shifted from feeling overwhelmed (60% say they “have more information than we can effectively use”) to recognizing that the … Continue reading

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To Do List

Do you have a ‘honey-do’ jar? You know that never ending list of items to do around the house? Now, I’m not complaining about it or saying that it’s only in the domain of the male gender, but what I … Continue reading

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Who’s Dat Baby?

One of the little things that people in our industry need to do is link data from a multitude of disparate sources.  When that data is related to wells the challenge is making sure that the data you have is … Continue reading

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The Teardowns

That’s the good thing about being passionate about something, you see the long game. You see what something will become tomorrow; not what it is today. You need that patience and vision when doing a teardown. So, what’s the purpose … Continue reading

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Product Architecture and a 1969 Mustang Grande. Welcome Wes!

Do you ever wonder how you ended up in a place in the course of your life?  I do that, especially today.  If you had told me 2 months ago that I would have the opportunity to build upon dreams … Continue reading

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