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1 Country Presentation : Malaysia PETRONAS E&P Data Centre (EPDC) De Janeiro March 2011 All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means (electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise) without the permission of the copyright owner. ©2011 PETROLIAM NASIONAL BERHAD (PETRONAS)

2 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) Petroleum Development Act 1974 Malaysian Government PSC partners PSC Companies Production Sharing Contract (PSC) PETRONAS

3 Institutional Structure Relating to Petroleum Industry Ministry of Natural Resources & Environment Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water Prime Ministers Department Ministry of Finance Prime Minister Department of Environment Economic Planning Unit Malaysia Industrial Development Agency PS Contractors / Operators Ministry of International Trade& Industry Ministry of Domestic Trade & Consumer Affairs PS Contractors / Operators

4 PSC activities in Malaysia 16 Operators from 10 different countries are managing more than 73 PSCs in Malaysia

5 Initiated in 2004 as PETRONAS E&P Data Centre (EPDC) PETRONAS EPDC AccessibleOrganized,Centralized,IntegratedReliable Safeguard PETRONAS E&P technical data and information

6 Professional Service Oriented Efficient & Effective Reliable ProactiveIntegrity Cohesive Helpful Firm with PSCs - regulator mindset Balance regulator with service mindset A center of excellence for E&P data management, enabling the value maximization of hydrocarbon resources for Malaysia. PETRONAS EPDC 2010 Vision Revisited

7 PETRONAS EPDC Roles Roles Regulating domestic E&P petro-technical data - physical and digital 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

8 Source: DAngelo, J & Troy, B 2000, Oil & Gas Journal, Jul. Current position Target for 2 -3 years Ultimate Target PETRONAS EPDC Maturity Model

9 PETRONAS EPDC evolves in three key phases towards realizing the vision Online presence All data and information submitted electronically All PMU processes run electronically Outsourcing optimised Capture and catalogui ng of data and informatio n on relinquish ment of PSCs Seismic data management Log data management Document management Tape transcription Integration A Center of Excellence for E&P data mgmt, enabling the value maximization of hydrocarbon resources for Malaysia. A Center of Excellence for E&P data mgmt, enabling the value maximization of hydrocarbon resources for Malaysia Optimize Establish The Foundation Institutionalize 2007 Today Initiate: Beyond 2015 Focus on biz needs Realize benefits/value from EPDC Data management (Document cataloguing) Well meta data capture Seismic meta data capture Legacy data scanning E&P Data Repositories E&P DM Assessment E&P IT Strategy Corporate Strategy Studies GIS Production RTO / IO Enhanceme nt BCP / DRP Open up data to PSC Standards set EPDC Roadmap E&P Data Centre Phase 1 Seismic data Geo Sample centre E&P Geocomputing Geospatial data management Physical asset database Roadmap renewal E&P Data Centre Phase 2 Future initiatives: On-going: Completed:

10 Data Dimension 700 Tb of digital data 851 Surveys: 3D : ~125K sq km (460) 2D : ~900K line km (391) Seismic 5807 wells Wildcat/appraisal ~ 2092, Dev/Prod ~ 3715,4519 well logs Well Report ~91K, Seismic Section ~250K, Well Log sections ~120K, Maps ~40K Unstructured Platforms = 330, Pipelines = 880 Technical report & as-built drawings~48K Surface Engineering 1004 shape files, Vector = 31 GB, Raster = 6.2 TB Geospatial/ GIS Projects ~ 250 at 218 TB G&G Interpretation Core Sample ~1.3 Mil units (64K boxes) Tape & Media ~350K units Physical

11 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) Facilities

12 Initiatives for the past 18 months Submission Compliance- PSC data audit Seismic and Well Data Submission requirement review and enhancement PSC DM Forum Quarterly Data Submission Progress Meeting 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 SLA for data delivery Framework for Surface Engineering, Drilling and Production archival data PETRONAS Geo Sample Centre PETRONAS Visualisation Refurbishment Technical ICT Cost Optimization Program DRP – Business Impact Analysis (BIA) G&G Project Data Migration PSC Mgmt E&P Data Centre DM Facilities Technical Computing

13 Data Accessibility via PIRI-GIS

14 PETRONAS EPDC : Moving Forward Clearly redefine roles & responsibilities Career path development Knowledgeable Workforce Governance mindset Manpower Process Promotion of DM Define / Improve Standards, Processes & Procedures Security, Control & Business continuity Define / Enhance Policy & Governance Technology Business Process Architecture Information Architecture Application Architecture Infrastructure Architecture People

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