• Kay Fair

Are you looking for an Oil and Gas Taxonomy-Metadata Model to organize your mountains of documents?


Between the areas of production, management, regulations, and organizations, the number of documents generated by a company in, or associated with, the oil and gas industry is endless and enormous. Imagine trying to find a required document. If there isn't an excellent organizational system in place, the time it will take to find that document could create stress and headaches that just shouldn't have to happen.


We have just what you're looking for! Our WAND Oil and Gas Taxonomy has terms and synonyms covering the production and management areas, as well as regulations and organizations. In the area of production, the taxonomy's top-level terms include Crude Oils, Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream Sectors, Petroleum Marking and Distribution, Products and Refining.

In the area of management, the terms include Environmental and Safety as well as Drilling Equipment, Oil and Gas Equipment, Supplies. In the area of regulations, terms include Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Forms, Land and Rights Acquisition, and Oil and Gas Regulating Authorities. The top-level term Standards and Regulations include Environmental Protection Agency Standards, Environmental Regulations, Federal Regulations, ISO Standards, and OSHA Standards.


Why Taxonomy?


Our WAND Taxonomies are designed to dramatically reduce the taxonomy development time by providing that initial 80% of the subject taxonomy. Foundation taxonomies provide a common-sense starting point in a taxonomy project so that targeted feedback can customize the taxonomy specifically to meet your industry needs.


As with all of the WAND Taxonomies, the WAND Oil and Gas Taxonomy is available by itself or as part of the WAND Taxonomy Library Portal.


If you would like to take a look at the WAND Oil and Gas Taxonomy please contact us and we can set up a demo to talk about your specific use case.