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 Identify land parcel boundaries for impact compensation

 

Challenge ID:

HCP-1209

Originator:

Onshore: Hatfield

Title:

Identify land parcel boundaries for impact compensation.

Theme:

ON 1.2: Seismic Planning - Identification of adverse terrain for trafficability

Consortium Lead:

RPS Group

Interviewed Company:

RPS Group

Geography:

ON.REG.00 - Generic onshore

Challenge Description

What is not possible / not adequately addressed at present?

As part of the land permitting process individual land parcels need to be identified to assess the impact of a survey on each individual land owner to quantify the amount of compensation due.

What effect does this challenge have on operations?

Compensation payments can be a considerable cost and the better this is managed pays dividends further down the value chain. Depending on the concentration of individual land parcels this can be a large operation in data management, which is made much easier when combined with GIS. The ability to graphically compare land parcel boundaries with post-plot survey information makes for a more effective permitting system.

Thematic information requirements:

Land use

What do you currently do to address this challenge? 

How is this challenge conventionally addressed?

In countries that have a digital repository of land tenure boundaries this process is considerably easier as all the acquired information per owner is combined with polygon data as attributes. In the absence of these polygons they are either created or the system relies purely on lists. Potentially digitise land parcels from available information but this is time consuming.

What kind of solutions do you envisage could address this challenge?

Providing the means for a realistic assessment of potential crop loss and associated payments for protection of the seismic operator. Extraction of field boundaries as part of the land classification thematic mapping in countries where there is no existi

What is your view on the capability of technology to meet this need?

Are you currently using EO tech? If not, why not?

Raster products are useful but need formats where auto extraction of data is possible.

Challenge Classification

Impact on Lifecycle (0=none, 4=high):

Climate / Topography / Urgency:

Pre-license:

1

Climate class:

Tropical humid, Dry,

Mild Mid-Latitude

 

Exploration:

3

Topographic class:

Agricultural

Development:

1

Seasonal variations:

Any season

Production:

1

Impact area:

Cost reduction, Environmental

Decommissioning:

1

Technology urgency:

3 - Immediately (0-2 years)

Challenge Information Requirements

Update frequency:

Snapshot

Data currently used:

High resolution imagery

Spatial resolution:

Basin

Thematic accuracy:

Not specific

Required formats:

Polygon

Timeliness (Vintage):

Within six months

Geographic extents:

Basin

Existing standards:

None


 

 

Identify land parcel boundaries for impact compensation