Permitting & geofencing (again) in the Oilfield

Building on from my previous post, I wanted to follow up with an example. But first this. Permitting in GIS To create a land parcel I can digitise a satellite image, directly record the boundary on the ground, adapt an existing dataset or work with a scanned paper map. I could create a series of Read more about Permitting & geofencing (again) in the Oilfield[…]

Geofencing and Exploration

The aim of a seismic survey is to map the subsurface in the most detailed and efficient way, mapping the reservoir so that critical decisions, such as choosing a drilling location, can be made with increased confidence. Definition of the target and an understanding of the quality of data that can be achieved in the Read more about Geofencing and Exploration[…]

Improving oilfield safety – what3words

Remote locations need accurate mapping. When an accident happens in the oilfield, knowing where that accident has occurred is critical. It is standard practice to carry a piece of GPS enabled equipment. These coordinates can be read back to a base location and support/help can be dispatched. There are a variety of projections, coordinate systems Read more about Improving oilfield safety – what3words[…]