Well reports, logs and other digital files held in the NDR are more widely available to the industry thanks to the new Application Programming Interface (API).
This opens up more than 4.8 Tbyte of information, allowing users to connect to certain data types and then download the data from the NDR when it has become available.
So, API users no longer need to search for, download and manage available data, and can have automated delivery of data to their organization’s systems and devices without the need to log into the NDR.
Since the program went live 20 companies have signed up to use the NDR API, including Neptune Energy, the first to use it.
Neptune downloaded more than 650,000 files in just eight days, the OGA said, achieving what all NDR users had collectively managed in the first five months of the year via the established user-driven download method.