Representatives from National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) and MATRIC attended the annual Risk Based Data Management System (RBDMS) conference in Sarasota, Fla., to present the Energy Data eXchange (EDX) application. The Ground Water Protection Council (GWPC) developed the RBDMS for regulatory agencies to use in managing and analyzing oil and gas program data and water resources techno-economic-chemical-design-technology-improvement information.
Kelly Rose, researcher and Geology-Geospatial Team Lead at NETL, and Aaron Barkhurst, Geospatial Analyst at MATRIC, presented EDX and several of its tools, as a solution to assist operational and managerial staff at federal and state agencies to find relevant oil, gas and water data, and analytical tools.
EDX allows users to organize data in both public and private platforms; maintain project continuity; coordinate private and data-driven products in support of science-based decision making; and ensure timely dissemination of key data-driven products (reports, datasets, presentations, etc.).
— To learn more about MATRIC’s advanced software technologies capabilities, contact Mark Dehlin.