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1 Leveraging BI into Oil & Gas Operations Through GIS Matt Thomas Sr. GIS Specialist, Spectra Energy Transmission

2 Where Do We Start?

3 3 What are the Critical Success Points? Formulate a Plan –Commit to a vision, mission & strategy –Position organizational structure to support –Understand user needs Oversee Development –Standardize through Nomenclature –Create oversight committees & change control boards Be Prepared! –Use Nomenclature to prep data –Develop integration plans –Document workflows –Apply gap analysis where appropriate Apply ‘intelligence’ to the data –Carry key attribution elements –Utilize spatial query capabilities –Provide ad-hoc analysis capabilities to users

4 4 Courtesy of NBC Bring order out of chaos… Before… …After Building a Firm Foundation Nomenclature/Taxonomy…

5 5 1. Define What’s the problem? Who can fix it? What’s the process? 1. Define What’s the problem? Who can fix it? What’s the process? 2. Measure Can I explain a problem with data? 2. Measure Can I explain a problem with data? 3. Analyze What’s the real problem? 3. Analyze What’s the real problem? 4. Improve Let’s improve the process! 4. Improve Let’s improve the process! 6. Report Tell others Implement best practices 6. Report Tell others Implement best practices 5. Control Did we improve? Did we save money? 5. Control Did we improve? Did we save money? BPIModel Building a Firm Foundation Business Process Improvement…

6 6 Building a Firm Foundation Understanding Workflows…

7 7 Understand the Users & Their Needs Operations Business Development Technical Services Management Access to near real- time positional data Clear & concise information Ability to report back on data errors Access to latest operating schematics Access to source data Ability to update data Ability to create QA/QC reports Peripheral applications Accurate positional info Access to 3 rd party data Red-line tools Ad-hoc printing Ability to see “big picture” elements Uncomplicated interface Combination of data sources to form a single output Accurate reports

8 8 Initial Focal Points… Pipeline Integrity Assessment Plan –Identify need and gaps between “as-is” and “to be” –Implement phase one –Position for phase two Integration of Existing Applications with GIS –One Call –Maximo Provide Tools for Accessibility –Web-based GIS –ROW viewer –Mobile computing solution

9 9 What is the business need… Create an automated system to manage assessment planning details and replace paper forms. Develop cost-effective measures for maintaining these details and providing access to various users in the form of paper reports and/or geographic representation (through a GIS interface). Marry assessment details to subsequent mitigation and remediation activities Initial Focal Points Pipeline Integrity Assessment Plan…

10 10 Integrated Components… Inspection Location –Serves as the integration key value –Sourced from (and owned by) GIS –Reflects “as-is” pipeline configuration HCA History –Maintained as part of annual HCA program –Helps establish risk Risk Model –Quantifies priority Initial Focal Points Pipeline Integrity Assessment Plan…

11 11 Pipeline Integrity Assessment Plan Existing Forms

12 12 Pipeline Integrity Assessment Plan Inspection Locations…

13 13 Pipeline Integrity Assessment Plan Ledger-based Transactions…

14 14 Pipeline Integrity Assessment Plan Change Management…

15 15 Assessment Planning Assessment Planning Inspection Location HCA RISK ILI OneCall EAM G/PRISM PACMAN Pipeline Integrity Assessment Plan Systems Connectivity Model…

16 16 Provide Effective Oversight & Controls Initial Focal Points Web-based GIS…

17 17 Initial Focal Points Integration with Maximo…

18 18 Initial Focal Points Integration with One Call…

19 19 Initial Focal Points ROW Viewer…

20 20 Initial Focal Points ROW Viewer…

21 What Has Changed?

22 22 FRAMME EWEB Reports ConstructionSurveyImagery StandardsSystem Maps Alignment SheetsOperating Schematics Work Mgmt OCS (Petris) P/L Integ & Risk X-MAP (DeLorme) ? QueriesLease Data Gas Measure- ment Core GIS EDGE & Share Point What has Spectra Energy Changed? As-Built Information…

23 23 What has Spectra Energy Changed? Proactive Data Gathering…

24 24 What has Spectra Energy Changed? Corridor Management…

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26 What’s Next?

27 27 What’s Next For Spectra Energy? New Systems to Better Position Technical Infrastructure – Esri implementation for CORRMGT (Corridor Management) to work alongside Intergraph platform – Raster management utility – Integrated business processes managing information handoff between upstream activities (i.e. E&C) and operation services Improved Data Mining Tools – Implementation of an executive/management dashboard – Silverlight-based web application – Implementation of operations ROW GIS

28 28 P/L Integrity Data Maximo One Call EDGE Map Operating Schematics Land Base Imagery QuadsOther Data 3 rd Party Electric 3 rd Party Pipeline X-MAP BSDI Project Data E&C Project Data Alignment Sheets Facility Drawings DOT Reports Facilities Reports Company Nomenclature Resources System Maps Public Awareness Links & Information Graphic Alignment Report Integrity Reports Risk Assessment asset details location details Corridor Mgmt ROW & Lease Data GPRISM What’s Next For Spectra Energy? System Integrations… Executive/Management Dashboard

29 29 What’s Next For Spectra Energy? Management Dashboard…

30 30 Monitor Dashboards, scorecards and alerts Analyze Drill down, exception reports, root- cause analysis, multidimensional analysis Report Detailed operational data Sharing standardized reports Plan Create plans, models and scenarios, which are then fed back into the monitoring layer and encoded as targets and thresholds. ? What’s Next For Spectra Energy? Management Dashboard…

31 What’s to be Gained?

32 32 Impact of Changes Direct Cost Benefits – Net savings in aerial imagery program of 20-30% annual budget of $600,000 (U.S.) – Potential savings of 80% annual operational support budget for Pipeline Integrity activities – 50% reduction in As-Built costs ($300,000 U.S. annually) – Home-grown GIS viewers allow control over application costs Intangible Benefits – Better situational awareness across enterprise – Improved communication – Improved confidence resulting from better transparency

33 33 What is Still a Struggle? Organizational changes shift momentum The gap between the central office & the field is still wide Engineering: the notion that the project ends when the gas starts flowing! “It’s worked for 20 years – why change now?” Gaining universal acknowledgement that data IS a company asset Keeping data confidence high Like everyone, lots of work/limited resources It IS improving…

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36 Thank You for Your Time!!! QUESTIONS? Matt Thomas Sr. GIS Specialist, Spectra Energy Transmission


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