Like many other industries, petroleum exploration and production (E&P) companies make multi-million dollar investments in creating vast stores of business and technical data that are vital to strategic investment decisions. However, these data and the software used to archive, retrieve, and manipulate them are created and used by disparate technical personnel within the industry, and they have been neither portable not interoperable. POSC (Petrotechnical Open Software Corporation) was thus founded to develop and establish an open systems environment with data and applications standards that faciliate the exchange of vital information within and between company personnel and departments. KEY TOPICS: Part of the official Software Integration Platform Specification Series, this encyclopedic, three-volume work is the only source document available that establishes standard descriptions (definitions) for 2,000 objects, concepts, formulas, and items (entities) used to perform oil exploration and production. The data model details characteristics that each entity may have and specifies relationships between entities, and enables the various disciplines within the oil exploration and production industry to share the same set of data regardless of application or computing platform.
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