The RESQML Special Interest Group was established January 2009 to guide the evolution of RESQML both with a leverage of the knowledge gained with RESCUE, WITSML and PROMDL and through the development and prioritization of enhancements worked from a use case perspective.

RESQML SIG members are engaged in ensuring uptake and adoption of the current version and development of new versions of RESQML.  The Steering Committee, Technical Team and technical and use case sub-teams meet frequently via conference call and web meeting.

With a focus on reservoir data and work practice standards, this Energistics SIG is also concerned with how these data and work practices integrate with other disciplines.

Meetings and Events

The RESQML SIG meets for in-person working meetings at least twice each year, usually once in North America and once elsewhere in the world.  Working meetings are open to active SIG members and to invited guests, depending on space availability.

For Information On:

How Energistics SIGs work, see Special Interest Groups.

The RESQML standard, see RESQML Data Standards

If you want to join the RESQML SIG or receive more information on SIG membership, please contact Energistics [email protected], Tel. +1 281.243.2121.

Current RESQML committees, teams and sub-teams include the following:

Team or Committee
Steering Committee
Oversee and direct the SIG and standards development activities. Meets quarterly, more often as needed.
Teams operating on behalf of the RESQML SIG Steering Committee include:
Documentation Team
Responsible to oversee development of materials to support use, adoption and implementation of standards.
Use Case Team
Defines business requirements and use cases which are used to develop standards.  Composed of both business and technical people with emphasis on business.
Technical Team
Defines the functionality and technical specifications for the standards. Composed of both business and technical people with emphasis on technical.
Sub-teams reporting to the Technical Team are defined as needed and include:
Information for Developers and Users is available.