All of the categories of GOMsmart are now available at the top of each page: Main, Custom Reports, the Main Map, Map Library, News Feed and Storms. Entering a block in the upper left navigates the main page to display data specific to the block:
From there, clicking on a particular Lease, Field, Well, etc. drills down to explore more information. Never before have details like Ownership, Well Logs or Decline Curve Analysis been so accessible at your fingertips.
Exmaples from a smart phone: Viewing the EI330 field in a map and previewing a well log from the PI2 well in MC765.
Report and Charts
Reports and Charts have been rebuilt for dynamic interaction and scaling on browsers and mobile devices. The initial displays are designed for performance within a web page, but both sets can be downloaded as PDFs (or PNG images for charts in Internet Explorer). This is the Reserve History report for the Hoover field (the annual numbers are collapsed but expandable):
And here is an example of the production graph for the Hoover Spar in AC025:
As mentioned before, the text box in the upper left can be used to navigate by entering a block number. But it can also allows searches of any identifier among the datasets: API Numbers, Pipeline Segments, etc. For instance, these are some of the results when searching for the word 'Thunder':
Other items along the top of GOMsmart can be used for locating information as well. The Nickname Lookup lists all of the Field, Discovery and Prospect nicknames in the database. The Update Status page displays the vintage of each dataset and the newly improved help covers all of the pages and data of GOMsmart and includes its own search capability.
Clearly this is only a portion of the new GOMsmart. The News Feed is taking in stories from a number of industry-specific websites to display news pertinent to the Gulf of Mexico. The Storms map displays data from not only the National Hurricane Center but forecasts generated by Earth Science Associates even before storms form. More information will be coming in subsequent newsletters.
Thank you to all who gave us feedback on the new design during development. As always, we're already planning new enhancements, so please contact us for suggestions, questions or other comments: firstname.lastname@example.org
10th Annual User Conference
Registration for the 10th Annual User Conference is now open! It will be held November 5th in The Woodlands. The conference is intended for geologists, geophysicists, engineers, land specialists, GIS professionals/techs, and managers. The exchange of ideas and directions for our future development are still the top priority of the conference; we will continue to aim for the informality and small size of past years. Registration is free, though limited, but we will do our best to accomodate all who wish to attend.
To attend the conference, please click here to register.