UK-based Palantir Solutions has launched a new E&P data management platform, Palantir DataFlow. DataFlow enables cross-functional E&P teams to manage life of field data across key business processes. Palantir claims that DataFlow addresses a gap in current cross-departmental collaboration and data management.
Palantir’s senior VP Kirk Hanes said, ‘DataFlow is already in use with some of our major clients. Feedback has been positive on the solution’s ability to streamline core business processes. The tool provides an accurate, up-to-date view of the portfolio and can track changes with an audit trail.’
DataFlow targets asset managers, engineers, economists and commercial managers involved in complex workflows. Data stored in multiple, disconnected systems and spread sheets is consolidated to a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 database ensuring proper version control and revision management.
DataFlow allows documents to be captured in a configurable hierarchy. Document templates ensure standardisation and comprehensive capture of data, images and attachments. Documents can be connected via scenarios for production, opex and capex reporting. Palantir clients include Apache, GDF Suez, Hess, Husky, Maersk, Nexen and Tullow. More from Palantir.
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