GIS helps people access, interpret, and share information faster and easier by organizing data geographically. GIS in the petroleum sector is in delivering easy-to-use digital maps that enable oil company staff to see what data is available to them, so that they can drastically reduce the amount of time they spend looking for the information they need to do their work. Often such maps are delivered using web-based GIS applications that require little or no training to use, and show all data of interest side-by-side in a single interface. GIS stores information as attributes allows a land man to map key lease data such as lessor names, lease expiry dates, working interests (WI), overriding royalty (OR), overriding royalty interest (ORRI), net revenue interest (NRI) and gross/net acreages. An emerging use of GIS is in using flying sensor technology to gather on-demand high resolution imagery across a field location in order to survey a site.
This allows companies to regularly monitor sites and to identify and manage change, without having to commission expensive satellite data capture. The power of GIS is magnified by its ability to compare and analyze multiple data sets. GIS Helps in Land Survey at Major crossings such as National highway, state highway, Railways, Canals, Rivers, HDD.
This workshop is a 3 day training program being conducted by the faculty of Science & Technology Park, Pune, an initiative of the Department of Science & Technology Govt.of India experts in GIS enablement and Skill Development program