Document & Data Management for Oil & Gas and Petrochemicals
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Document Management for Oil & Gas and Petrochemicals
The importance of effective Oil & Gas Data and Document Management is widely underestimated, yet in many cases it can be the critical factor determining success or failure of a company initiative. With increasing data growth and the resources to manage it are not, this presents a considerable challenge for companies to develop good data management to remain competitive in the marketplace.
The 4 day workshop has been designed to help oil and gas company staff understand the issues and challenges faced by data and document managers in this sector and recognize the importance of information management.
With time-proven methodologies and techniques, the course facilitator, Paul Duller, will help the delegates understand and implement key document management tools. Delegates will also be introduced the use of data quality control, quality assurance and audit procedures.
The course will also highlight the different types of risks facing the oil and gas sector and provides guidance on disaster recovery and business continuity planning. Last but not least, delegates will be able to carry out a benefits analysis quantify the cashable cost savings associate with the implementation of a robust data management framework.
This workshop is highly practical and informative. It introduces a number of new tools and techniques that could form the basis of the delegates’ own data and knowledge management strategy. It also provides case histories and access to the experience of one of the leading experts in this field.
Who should attend
This workshop is designed for Oil & Gas Professionals who manage or are involved with any aspect of data management and document control within the following departments:
- Exploration and Production
- Information Management
- Legal, Finance and HSEQ
- Document Management
- Records, Data Management
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