DQSI wins the Minerals Management Service Field Studies Digital File Conversion contract

DQSI wins the Minerals Management Service Field Studies Digital File Conversion contract

DQSI wins the Minerals Management Service Field Studies Digital File Conversion contract. 

DQSI provided MMS’s geoscientists with a complete set of easily accessible digital field study files. RE estimated that their geoscientists spend up to 30% of their time gathering data before they can begin their work processes. Having Field Studies easily accessible and in a digital format would accelerate business process cycle-time, increase productivity by making it easier to find and use information, allow geoscientists to focus work on value added areas, provide real time information to support quick and reliable decision making, and effectively re-use interpreted data, thus saving critical resources. The secondary objective is to provide a working set of digital Field Study files that can be easily backed up and restored in support of the MMS, Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP). Field Study files are unique and the loss of these records would be detrimental to the mission of Resource Evaluation and the MMS. 

The detailed geological, geophysical, and engineering information contained within the 2700 plus Field Studies in the GOMR-RE archives is vital to maintaining reserve and resource estimates, performing tract evaluations (FMV), resource assessments, future production projections, field performance studies, OCS program initiatives, Royalty Management Program functions, and the evaluation of exploration and production incentives and legislation considered by Congress and the Department of Interior.

 The project included:

Geophysical Expertise in Classification of Documents

Provide Documentation

Quality Control (QC) Plan

Knowledgeable Staff

Complete Inventory

A Document Imaging Plan

Digital Image Deliverables

Creation of  a Meta-data Repository (Oracle based database)

Provide a data entry schema form for meta-data capture

Geo-referencing and metadata capture for GOM maps

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