Tutorial: Data Quality
Author(s): Trevor Stoddard, Kyle Vessey December 2022
To navigate to the Data Quality report, click the icon on the left navigation window then click the drop down menu at the top of the page and select Data Integrity / Data Quality
Click on any of the Datasets on the left side of the screen in order to expand the menu and drill down into the respective datasets
In order to export the entire report to a CSV, click the "Export All" button in the top right corner.
This will export the entire report into a consolidate CSV which you can utilize to verify where you have gaps in your data.
The Well is the top level data for the Well Header information. This will give you a total well count of how many wells you have in the system
The Wellbore dataset is the physical hole produced when drilling a well. Each well can have one (or more) wellbores depending on if sidetracks were drilled for a particular well.
As you can see, the total count for the wellbores says 19 / 32, but also shows 16 missing. What this means is that there are 16 wells that are missing AT LEAST one wellbore.
The 19 value means that some of these wells have multiple wellbores for a single well, but a total of 16 wells do not have any wellbore data at all.
The Daily Production is based on the measurement of the produced fluids and the average pressures for each day. Each well needs to have daily production allocated to it.
The Wellbore Formation represents the rock properties and the fluid properties within the subsurface formation from where the fluids are being produced.
The Deviation Survey is a measurement of the three-dimensional path of a wellbore.
The Casing is a lining that is installed into the wellbore once it is drilled. Each well must have casing.
The Tubing dataset is the pipe or conduit to transport fluids from the reservoir to the surface. It is possible that some wells do not have tubing strings inserted.