TGS has announced the EIQ TGS Data Loader, developed in collaboration with EnergyIQ on July 23.
Now, companies can automatically blend industry leading data with proprietary customer data in an enterprise well master data management platform for advanced analysis and decision making.
The EIQ TGS Loader processes the most up-to-date and complete data by automatically accessing and processing TGS web services. This data is matched, validated and blended with other proprietary and third-party sources within a PPDM gold compliant data model to create the most trusted version all available data in a single repository. The data is then provided in a 10/12/14 digit format for consumption by enterprise, interpretation, and analytics applications.
“We are excited to partner with EnergyIQ to make access to the largest geoscience database in the industry even faster. Customers are now able to further shorten cycle times by seamlessly integrating interpretation-ready data into their daily workflows and analytics tool,” Carl Neuhaus, vice president of well data products at TGS, said.
Users can schedule the loading of daily, incremental data from TGS Validated Well Header and TGS Well Performance data sources directly to the EnergyIQ TDM database. Once the data from TGS automatically flows into TDM, it can then be scheduled to be loaded into a user’s preferred GG&E platform, including Petra, Kingdom, Geographix, Openworks, Petrel, Aries, Wellview, and more. In addition, blended data can be delivered directly to business intelligence platforms such as Spotfire, Tableau, Power BI and map (GIS) applications, ensuring that businesses have the best data available, in the most effective format for confident and quick decision-making.
For the week ahead, Stratas Advisors expect volatile prices in light of the OPEC+ meeting.
For the week ahead, Stratas Advisors expect this range-bound activity to persist, especially in light of the shorter trading week in the United States.
In the week since our last edition of What’s Affecting Oil Prices, Brent rose $0.67/bbl last week to average $67.71/bbl.