Schlumberger extends UK data management term

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UK – Common Data Access Limited (CDA) has awarded Schlumberger Information Solutions (SIS) a new five-year contract to operate the CDA DataStore.

This is a centralized, on-line application used by oil and gas explorers to source subsurface data compiled from the UK continental shelf (UKCS).

CDA is a subsidiary of the association Oil & Gas UK.

Malcolm Fleming, CDA’s chief executive, said: “Exploration and production companies operating in a mature province like the UKCS need to use their resources in the most efficient way possible and fast access to quality data is therefore crucial to business success.”

The new contract combines the scope of three previous CDA contracts covering the Well DataStore, the Seismic DataStore, and the DEAL website to provide additional features for users.


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