CDA holds a growing collection of information for more than 1,250 2D and 3D UKCS surveys. Files can be downloaded over the Internet or taken on a range of modern media by users affiliated with participating member companies. The public ('Third Parties') may licence released post-stack seismic data on media (as provided for under the joint DECC/Oil & Gas UK Seismic Data Release Guidelines). More information
CDA holds a collection of various types of digital well information for more than 11,500 UKCS wells and a handful of wells on the Faeroe Islands continental shelf. Data can be browsed and downloaded over the Internet by users affiliated with participating member companies from anywhere in the world. It is not available to the public. More information
The Well Data Collection, the Seismic Data Collection and UKOilandGasData are CDA's mainstream services however CDA does other important work in the area of data standards, guidelines and best practices and industry initiatives such as E&P Data Management Competency. More information
Production licensees meet their obligations to DECC by submitting well data and seismic data to the UKOilandGasData. They also enjoy low cost and rapid access to released well and seismic data. Find out more about CDA Membership
CDA and the UKCS NDR
CDA is a significant and vitally important component of the private/public partnership that constitutes the NDR (National Data Repository) for the UKCS.
CDA is delighted to offer two fully funded scholarship places for the Graduate Certificate Petroleum Data Management course delivered by Robert Gordon University (RGU). The course welcomes its third cohort of students in September, and has been designed in partnership with the industry, to develop students’ understanding of subsurface exploration and production data management. The […]
CDA’s recent open industry workshop brought together participants across the industry to discuss issues and solutions around managing the legacy of information remaining post-decommissioning. Three excellent presentations were heard, from Shell, the University of Aberdeen, and the Nuclear Decommissioning Agency, followed by active discussion and prioritisation of proposed industry solutions for dealing with these issues. […]