IO 2007

IO 2007

This conference is about practical methods and tools for integrated operations, of today and into the future. It brings together the experience from some of the most advance oil companies and system suppliers in this field today, combined with recent research results on future IO solutions from leading universities and research laboratories around the world. Contrasting today’s best practice with forward-looking perspectives will create a productive meeting place for generating new impulses in…

This conference is about practical methods and tools for integrated operations, of today and into the future. It brings together the experience from some of the most advance oil companies and system suppliers in this field today, combined with recent research results on future IO solutions from leading universities and research laboratories around the world. Contrasting today’s best practice with forward-looking perspectives will create a productive meeting place for generating new impulses in further research results on future development of the integrated operations practice.

 

Programme

 

Welcoming address and introduction

 

'Integrated Operations: the future is now!', Adolfo Henriquez, Statoil

Session 1: Shared situational awareness

 

Innovation at the the edge: Maximizing the Value of Emerging Capabilities Platforms, John Henderson, Boston University

Design principles for the application of shared situational awareness - Tony Edwards, BG Group

Challenger: Johan Olaisen, Norwegian School of Management

 

Session 2: Real-time decisions - the production optimization case

 

How to optimize a petroleum field with 54 wells? What can be done with the help of models and what cannot, Marta Dueñas Díez, Hydro

Distributed Energy Networks Self Optimize, Erik Ydstie, Carnegie Mellom University

Decision support through real-time optimization models, what has experience told us so far?, Åsmund Vrålstad, FMC Co-author: David Corkey, Petro-Canada

"Resilience engineering and proactive safety management", Erik Hollnagel Professor, Industrial Safety Chair at École des Mines de Paris (France) and Department of Computer and Information Science University of Linköping

HSE in virtual organisations - Integrated Operations and HSE in the GEM project, Arne Helge Andersen, ConocoPhillips

Proactive Operations support - to improve HSE in IO, A.J.Ringstad, Statoil

Using Your Expertise To Improve Safety and Security in IO, Eliot Rich, Professor, Department of Information Technology Management, University At Albany

Do Integrated Operations introduce new elements in major accident scenarios? A preliminary review based on inputs from a tri-partie workshop." PhD student Camilla Tveiten

Session 3: Diagnostic support for real time decisions - the drilling case

 

Knowledge Based Approaches Applied in Drilling Analysis, Gerhard Thonhauser, Universitat Leoben , Research Contribution

Drilling data used for problem detection in Deepwater Campos Basin, Andre Leibsohn Martins, Petrobras

Drilling in an IO-perspective, Rolv Rommetvedt, SINTEF

Introduction by Session chair: Arild N. Nystad(Ph.D) Managing Partner, PetroManagement

"Valuation of IO applications in the oil and gas industry - science and practice". Delfina Govia, Managing Partner, Recources2energy and Kevin Carpenter, Decision Strategies

IO valuation cases seen from Shell International

Gregor G. Henderson, Smart Field Coordinator, Shell International E&P

 

IO valuation cases from the Petoro Assets on the NCS, Roy Ruså, Vice President Technology and ICT, Petoro AS

Review of the IO valuation cases on the NCS, Torsten Bertelsen, Project Manager, Norwegian Petroleum Directorat

Session 4: Visualization and collaborative virtual environments

 

Innovative Visualisations. From Control Rooms to Integrated Operations, Øystein Veland, Institute for Energy Technology

Collaborative Environments supported by Virtual and Augmented Reality, Professor Hiroshi Shimoda, Kyoto Univeristy,  Japan

Applied use of 3D Visualization in Real-time Applications, Vispo3D and Discovery Portal, Børge R. Kolstad, Kongsberg Intellifield

Session 5: The gaming generation - an opportunity for IO

 

Gaming in IO - a future scenario, Tor I. Eikaas, Cyberlab

Virtual Worlds - the Next Business Frontier? Torbjørn Johansson, IBM

Session 7: New approaches to Reservoir management

 

Semi-automatic history matching applying parameter estimation techniques, David Echeverría Ciaurri, Stanford University

Updating reservoir models for improved reservoir management using the ensemble Kalman filter, Geir Nævdal, IRIS

Closed Loop Reservoir Management with Focus on the Snorre B WAG Cycle, Jan Richard Sagli, Statoil

Session 8: The next generation of IO - Power to the edge

 

Power to the Edge – Empowerment in the Kristin asset, Statoil, Arne S. Bye and Vidar Hepsø, Statoil 

Next step IO, Øyvind Mydland, Stepchange

Exhibitors

  • Amitec AS
  • Jotne EPM Technology
  • StepChange AS
  • PRESENS AS
  • Impact Europe Norge AS
  • Barco N.V
  • IPRES Norway AS
  • Petrell AS
  • Future Operation Management AS

List of attendants

You can find the attendee list here.