Lunchbox Geophysics

How To Set Up A Data Room

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Doug Uffen

Tuesday, October 16th, 2012 – 12:00 PM
A Practical Perspective on APEGA's Guideline for Ethical Use of Geophysical Data

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Abstract

Datarooms are often staged when a company is going through a sale process or a divestiture of assets or properties. Confidentiality Agreements (CAs) are often put in place to guard against wrongful use of data, information or knowledge derived from the sharing of materials within the dataroom. The entities staging a dataroom are typically internal land departments, third party property divestiture houses, third party consulting or software houses, and investment houses.

Biography

J. Douglas Uffen, P. Geoph. (APEGGA), P. Geo (APEGBC)
Doug Uffen has worked for both large and small oil and gas companies in Calgary throughout his thirty year career before starting to consult to industry, first as Reflection Peak Enterprises Limited and currently as Geo-Reservoir Solutions Limited. Doug has extensive experience as a seismic interpreter within the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, Canada's Frontier regions and internationally. Doug has a broad understanding of geophysics, its affiliated technologies, and an acute awareness of the rules governing seismic data domestically and in numerous international jurisdictions. Doug has been an active volunteer for the Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists (CSEG) and is a Past-President of the society. He is currently President Elect of the Canadian Federation of Earth Scientists.