Noah Consulting Discusses Best Practices for Canadian Well Data Management


The complexity of dense pad drilling, SAGD (steam assisted gravity drainage), and horizontal wells is a catalyst for improved well surface location and wellbore positioning data management. At the PPDM Calgary Q1 Data Management Luncheon on March 4, 2015 from 11:15 a.m. – 1 p.m., Senior Principal Pat Ryan, will present, “What Does ‘Stepping up your Game’ Look Like for Managing Canadian Well Location Data in 2015?” The presentation will provide background on the topic and best practices for maintaining and leveraging accurate well location data within and between organizations. Following the presentation, Pat will facilitate a discussion among attendees. Come share your thoughts and participate in the discussion! Please click here to register.

About the Presenter
Pat Ryan is an award-winning upstream data manager who has over three decades of experience working with geologists, geophysicists, engineers, programmers, IT specialists, consultants, standards associations, and senior management to transform data into a valuable asset. As a senior principal at Noah Consulting, she serves as a subject-matter expert for foundational data management and data governance initiatives.

Before joining Noah, she established a skilled data management team, developed a reliable corporate well master, and improved corporate data quality through a governance initiative at Nexen.

Pat is a sought-after presenter at leading industry conferences, a former PPDM board member, and recipient of the coveted 2013 Philip C. Crouse Cornerstone Award presented at PNEC (Petroleum Network Education Conferences) for her lifetime of achievements in data management, including groundbreaking work in establishing a framework for holistically managing petroleum data.