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Advancing Public Access to Oil and Gas Data using Web GIS

Advancing Public Access to Oil and Gas Data using Web GIS

Harold Rogers, Aaron Averett - UT-Bureau of Economic Geology

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  1. Advancing Public Access to Oil and
    Gas Data using Web GIS
    Harold H. Rogers, III
    Research Scientist Associate II
    [email protected]
    Aaron R. Averett
    Research Scientist Associate III
    [email protected]
    October 27, 2016
    Texas GIS Forum

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  2. Outline
    What is the STARR Program at the Bureau of
    Economic Geology
    Why it’s important to care about oil and natural gas
    severance tax
    East Texas Field
    What’s in this Application
    Test Drive the application with Aaron

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  3. Mission: Increase income to the State
    through working with operators to…
    •  Characterize new hydrocarbon plays
    •  Recommend drilling new wells
    •  Recommend enhanced recovery programs

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  4. Who is a Stakeholder?
    STARR partners (Oil and Gas Companies)
    State Government
    Counties
    And
    YOU, the general public

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  5. What is the Severance Tax?
    What is the Severance Tax?
    The severance tax is charged by the state of Texas
    to anyone who extracts, produces, or has a
    royalty on the extraction of any nonrenewable
    resource

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  6. State of Texas Direct Income
    from oil and gas production
    Severance Tax for Texas (State
    Comptroller, RRC of Texas)
    Gas severance tax = 7.5% of market
    value of gas produced and saved
    Oil severance tax = 4.6% of market
    value of oil produced

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  7. How Texas Use Severance Funds
    •  Roads
    •  Social Programs
    •  Education
    •  Police

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  8. STARR return on State’s investment
    was
    ~16:1 for 2012-2014 biennium

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  9. Texas Oil Production by Year
    0
    200,000
    400,000
    600,000
    800,000
    1,000,000
    1,200,000
    1,400,000
    1935 1945 1955 1965 1975 1985 1995 2005 2015
    OIL PRODUCTION ( MBBL )
    Crude Oil Production (Mbbl)
    Crude Oil Production (Mbbl)

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  10. Significant Oil and Gas Areas

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  11. Recent Oil & Gas Production in Texas
    125,157 active
    gas wells
    293,595 active
    oil wells
    Overlapping
    Active gas and
    oil well areas
    200 miles

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  12. Vital Statistics: East Texas Field
    • Discovered in 1930
    • ~31,000 wells over 134,000 acres (~210 square
    miles)
    •  7.03 Billion bbl oil in place, most productive oil
    field in the U.S. lower 48 states
    •  5.42 Billion bbl produced so far
    •  23% oil remaining

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  14. East Texas Field: Reservoir Model
    Oil-stained core
    2 inches

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  15. What is in the Web Application?
    •  Track oil and Gas production by county by year
    •  See STARR’s activity by year
    •  See Oil and Gas revenue over time by county
    •  See the price of oil through time and how it
    effects revenue by county

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  16. Why is this application important to you?
    The Bureau of Economic Geology is developing a
    web-based, interactive mapping application that
    will provide information to STARR stakeholders
    on the special distribution of oil and gas
    production in Texas.

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  17. The Web Application – AJAX Pattern
    Asynchronous Client-server Communication (“AJAX”)
    A traditional, stateless web application and it's ajaxified counterpart on the right site
    Daniel S. Hasicht, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AAjax-vergleich.svg

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  18. Web Application – MVC Pattern
    •  Model-View-Controller
    •  Separates data, application logic and presentation
    Model
    View
    Controller

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  19. Application Architecture – Server Side
    SQL Server 2012
    ArcGIS Server 10.3.1
    (REST API, Map Server)
    Internet Information
    Services 8
    Client
    The Internet

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  20. Application Architecture – Client Side
    Browser - Javascript Host
    Leaflet D3
    Angular
    Angular-Material
    ArcGIS REST API
    The Internet
    ArcGISService
    (Custom Module)

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  21. Client Design – Map View

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  22. Client Design – Data

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  23. Client Live Demo
    http://coastal.beg.utexas.edu/starrproduction/

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