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Technology 4 – Data Management – Past – Present – Future

I have to say that data management in the upstream sector of oil & gas has been, to say the least, somewhat volatile. Over the past 3 decades it is, I believe, true to say that very little progress has been made. 2,130 more words

Petrotechnical Data Management 1940 - 2015

I was recently reminded of a presentation I made to the SAIC/BP, Global Data Management team in Houston some years ago.

I was reflecting upon the information flows and logistics established by Britain’s Fighter Command to defend the UK from attack. 616 more words

Leveraging Your E&P Data Assets

Overwhelmed with Data?

Geo-scientists, completion engineers, and reservoir engineers have at least two things in common – they all work with data – and they all say: 1,316 more words

Why 2016 might be the year of citizen data scientists

Find out what citizen data scientists will do in this new data ecosystem. Also, know the potential benefits and trade-offs to leaning on these pros for analytics. 50 more words

Business Intelligence

Should “Data Scientists” Really Be #1 on CMOs’ Wish Lists?

A recent Forbes.com article shared that CMOs placed “data scientists” at the top of their 2015 holiday wish list. Guest contributor Scott Davis stated, “This year in particular, CMOs are struggling with tons of data that our new digital world is creating. 58 more words

Business Intelligence

DS, Preface: I Want to be a Data Scientist

During my PhD journey, I read Paul R. Halmos (1985)’s book, “I Want to Be a Mathematician: An Automathography”, from time to time. The book is so enjoyable to read, and every time I read it, I feel like Halmos was talking to me directly and tenderly, about his love for words, about his educational life, and of more importance, about his many how-to’s. 66 more words

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