Watch the video recordings from the event “Join the READI revolution”
If you represent an owner, operator, EPCI contractor or supplier in the energy industry, and would like to improve quality, enhance safety, and reduce costs in projects and operations of assets, have a look at the recordings of the presentations from READI’s “close out seminar”.
From the presentations you will:
- Gain insights into how operators, EPCI contractors and suppliers in the oil and gas industry can gain value form the READI project deliverables
- Learn how Equinor and Aker BP are implementing deliverables from the READI project in the Krafla and NOA Fulla field developments
- Discuss common challenges related to digitalization and automation with industry peers
- Meet the experts behind the project to learn more about the platform for automated digital verification of requirements
The presentations used by the presenters are available for download below the corresponding recordings. The questions raised during the Q&A part of the event is answered at the bottom of this page.
Welcome to the READI revolution event
About READI and the project’s main achievements
From documents to digital representation of asset information
Standardization and publishing of NORSOK Technical Information Requirements
Standardized Technical Information Requirements for Catalogue (TIRC) based on an updated NORSOK technical information requirements. The TIRC tool can be used for maintenance and getting access to machine readable standardized requirements for automation of work processes across the value chain
Development of an Information Modelling Framework including a standard flexible asset breakdown and designation system for the O&G industry
Guidelines for developing models for digital representation of asset information.
Development and publishing of digital, machine-readable vocabulary according to ISO 15926 Part 14
Use case from Aker BP and Equinor
How the READI digital framework is being used for new field development projects at Krafla/NOA
Future services for management and publishing of machine-readable technical information requirements
How the industry can access the TIRC service from the Norwegian Oil and Gas Association
Development and publishing of the READI digital platform
How the industry can access the standard vocabulary from POSC Caesar Association (PCA) who will develop and maintain the service moving forward.
Q&A from the event
What is a TIRC?
TIRC stands for Technical Information Requirements Catalogue. You can find more information and recording of previous demonstrations done during the development of READI’s MVP(minimum Viable Product) under “Completed demonstrations” here: https://readi-jip.org/downloads/
Norway has a rather long history of trying to apply the W3C semantic web technology in various initiatives from PCA and the IOHN (Integrated Operations in the High North) ‘semantic oil and gas platform’. What went wrong with the previous attempts and why will things be different this time around?
It is correct that the Integrated Operations in the High North (IOHN) project has been part of the journey towards increased interoperability in the industry supported by semantics according to W3C’s stack of standards and semantic technology. Since the IOHN project, two of the major EPCs in Norway have successfully implemented large scale solutions based on semantics and parts of ISO 15926. Learnings from these implementations have led to ISO/TR 15926 Part 14, a version of ISO 15926 which is fully compliant with W3C’s OWL2 and provides full semantic reasoning capabilities. Even though the technology and the standards have evolved and matured the last decade, a sustainable financial model for PCA needs to come in place.
When will the RDS O&G based on ISO 81346 become an official ISO Standard for the Oil and Gas Industry, like the ISO 81346 Part 10 for the Energy Sector?
The ambition is that the RDS Oil and Gas will become an official ISO/IEC standard, the same way as for Power supply systems (Part 10) and Construction works and building services (Part 12). The timeline for this is not yet in place.
What is the READI strategy for collaborating with OSDU to develop the OSDU Energy Platform (including Engineering Data)? Is there any MoU with OSDU to include the READI Framework with ISO 15926-14, ISO 81346 O/G, and CFIHOS into the OSDU data requirement?
OSDU (Open Subsurface Data Universe) has until now been working with subsurface data and applications. Recently, a new OSDU working group related to engineering data has been started. This group is looking at extending the OSDU concept to provide a “data warehouse of engineering data” along the same lines as has been done for subsurface data. The group is collaborating with CFIHOS and DEXPI to identify and propose demonstrations of interoperability in engineering work processes, similar to those where the READI framework has been applied in the NOAKA projects. We see OSDU as being complementary to READI, in providing an IT platform on which READI’s deliverables can be implemented. The OSDU working group is looking for more engaged members. If you would like to learn more please reach out to David Cameron (email@example.com). He is a member of OSDU’s working group, and is also engaged in the implementation of the READI framework in NOAKA.