2018 Calgary Data Management Symposium, Trade Show & AGM
October 22nd-24th at the Telus Spark Science Center
Katalyst Data Management is excited to be co-presenting with IBM Canada at the PPDM Calgary Symposium this year. The presenters will be Sue Carr, Solutions Manager of Consulting Services and Trish Mulder, Director of SeismicZone.com, along with Rob Burton, Technology Thought Leader at IBM and Jeff MacLeod, Associate Partner at IBM.
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Our Perth Location Has Moved
Katalyst Data Management’s Asia-Pacific team in Perth recently moved offices, and we could not be happier with our new location. No longer in the physical storage business, the previous location was no longer suitable, as we’ve completely transitioned to digital storage. Katalyst decided to make the move from their previous location in Mount Hawthorn to their new facility at 5 Gibberd Road in Balcatta, as it was much better suited to the company’s subsurface data management processes.
The move itself was a huge feat, and the team from not just Perth, but our other Asia-Pacific and North America offices really came together to pull it off without a hitch. It was quite an undertaking to complete everything in 5 weeks, and everyone involved did an outstanding job!
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Acquiring another company’s data requires a thorough compliance process.
Contributed by Sue Carr and Trish Mulder for the Day 3 issue of Hart’s E&P Daily News at EAGE Copenhagen.
Acquiring new assets and the accompanying datasets often means dealing with another organization’s data quality and completeness standards. Geoscientists and data managers must find a way to “mind the gap” caused by missing data records as they begin to reconcile their seismic database through a data compliance process. Having a methodical approach to dividing and conquering the volumes of records associated with seismic data assets will help ensure that the new datasets are truly complete and workstation ready.
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Visit Katalyst Data Management #1252 at EAGE
11-14 June 2018 at the Bella Center in Copenhagen
We are looking forward to exhibiting once again at the 80th annual EAGE Conference and Exhibition that will be taking place at the Bella Center in Copenhagen on 11-14 June 2018.
At Katalyst stand #1252, we’ll feature the latest developments in subsurface cloud services. With the explosion in the volumes of data recorded in seismic surveys, from multiple gigabytes to terabytes to petabytes, there is a lot going on in the world of subsurface data management.
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Katalyst is looking forward to exhibiting once again at the 22nd annual PNEC Conference and Exhibition that will be taking place at the Houston Marriott Westchase on May 22-24, 2018. The theme of this year’s show is to “explore emerging trends and promote excellence in global petroleum data and information management.”
Katalyst Data Management will be at PNEC booth #401.
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Paper to Digits to Data Analytics: The Evolution of Subsurface Data Management from the Warehouse to the Cloud
GeoConvention Showcase Stage, Tuesday, May 8th at 11am
Join Katalyst on the Tuesday of the GeoConvention Calgary at the Showcase Stage in the main exhibit hall to have Sue Carr take you through a brief history of subsurface data management, starting with physical storage of media and leading to cloud-based solutions enabling advanced data analytics.
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Wednesday, April 18th at 10am at PPDM Houston Expo
“Is Your Operating License at Risk?” Presented by Sue Carr and Trish Mulder
We are excited to have our team on the agenda for the Houston Professional Petroleum Data Management Expo on April 17-18 at the Westin Houston Memorial City. Sue Carr and Trish Mulder will present an in-depth interactive session on common seismic data compliance issues, challenges and best practices.
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Subsurface Data Management Solution iGlass Passes the PPDM Test
We are honored to announce that the Professional Petroleum Data Management Association (PPDM) has recognized Katalyst Data Management as adhering to their standards for Gold Compliance. Katalyst underwent the rigorous compliance process with PPDM for iGlass, our cloud-based solution for subsurface data management. The association issued a press release announcing the compliance score for iGlass on April 4, 2018.
Click here to view the PPDM press release.
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Q&A Webcast Series Coming Soon!
Overwhelmed by the volumes of records and processes needed for subsurface data management? We’re here to help! Send us your data management questions, issues and concerns, and we will address them at a Q&A webcast presentation coming soon!
Each submission will be reviewed by our team of subsurface data management experts. At the webcast, former geophysical advisor and records management team lead Trish Mulder and subsurface consulting manager Sue Carr will present the answers along with some actionable steps to help your organization navigate the challenges of data management.
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Visit Katalyst Data Management at AEGC Stand 38
Our Perth office KDM SpectrumData is excited to be exhibiting at the Australasian Exploration Geoscience Conference (AEGC) at the International Convention Center in Sydney on 18-21 Febuary 2018. The conference takes place every eighteen months and is held in conjunction with the Australian Society of Exploration Geophysicists Ltd, the Australian Institute of Geoscientists Ltd and the Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia Ltd.
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