BHUBANESWAR: A of will be inaugurated in Bhubaneswar on August 4. The data centre will assimilate preserve and upkeep country‘s for future use in and production. Union oil and petroleum gas minister and union minister for electronics and IT Ravishankar Prasad will inaugurate the centre is located in the premises of Software Technology Park of India, Bhubaneswar at Gothapatana.
“The secondary data centre is very important as it would store huge amount of data on the reservoirs of natural resources for E&P purposes,” said Shiladitya Bhattacharjee, general manager (HR), director general of Hydrocarbons.

The centre at Bhubaneswar will help students of geology, researchers, academicians as well as various companies. They will be able to conduct data analytics and research based on data available on exploration and production of petroleum products in India.

The started its operation on June 2017 at Noida to promote and preserve the data regarding exploration and production of petroleum products in India. The Secondary Data Centre (SDC) at Bhubaneswar will be operated under Primary Data Centres’ Disaster Recovery Centre.

The data centre will store a vast array of data related to India’s natural resources including wells, well log data, well reports, core samples, seismic surveys, post stack seismic, field data/tapes, seismic reports, production data, geological maps and reports, license data and geological models.

“The main objective of establishing a secondary data centre of the NDR is to preserve data generated inside the country by the industry, and to attract investments by utilizing data to reduce the exploration, production, and transportation business risks,” said Bhattacharjee.
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