IO 2009

IO 2009

Intelligent petroleum fields and integrated operations for better productivity and safety

International meeting place for business and science 

IO 09 is the international meeting place that will bring you to the network and give you trends and opportunities for research and business in integrated operations. You will meet the players from oil companies, suppliers, research laboratories and universities around the world. Intelligent petroleum fields and integrated operations are becoming even mo…

Intelligent petroleum fields and integrated operations for better productivity and safety

International meeting place for business and science 

IO 09 is the international meeting place that will bring you to the network and give you trends and opportunities for research and business in integrated operations. You will meet the players from oil companies, suppliers, research laboratories and universities around the world. Intelligent petroleum fields and integrated operations are becoming even more important in the recent low price situation in order to improve productivity.

Where Science and Practice meet 

This conference is about the methods and tools for integrated operations, today and in the future. IO09 is the place where science and practice meet. It will present the experience from some of the most advanced oil companies and system suppliers internationally in this field today. By contrasting today’s best practice with forward-looking perspectives this will create a productive meeting place for generating new impulses in the further development of integrated operations practice.

 

Programme

 

Welcome and introduction, Arild N. Nystad, Conference Chair, IO Center at NTNU

 

Plenum 1 - Intelligent petroleum fields and IO in a low price scenario – international solutions 

Session Chair: Professor Vidar Hepsø, StatoilHydro 

 

- “Low oil prices – no time to be smart?”, Pieter Kapteijn, Maersk Oil and Gas

- “Changing operations on the NCS, taking out the effect of integrated operations”, Svein Hatlem, StatoilHydro

- “Social computing and integrated operations”, Jennifer Okimoto, Social computing, IBM

Parallel session 1 - Pushing the boundary of integrated modeling – challenges & examples

Session Chair: Professor Bjarne Foss and Professor Curtis Whitson, NTNU

 

- “Sustainable Model-Based Integration & Optimization”, Bryn Stenhouse, BP

- “Real-Time Inter-Application Data Integration,” Michael R. Brulé, Technomation USA 

- “Integrated Optimization Software Solutions”, Curtis Hays Whitson, NTNU

Parallel session 2 - New work processes and collaboration environments

Session Chair: Jon Kvalem, Department Head Institute for Energy Technology (IFE)

 

- ”Promoting Teamwork in Distributed Teams: Principles, tips and more…”, Professor Eduardo Salas, University of Central Florida, USA

- ”Integrated Operations for Outage Management of Nuclear Power Plants”, Laurent Coudert, Program Director, Electricité de France, France

- “People make it happen….”, Ronald Knoppe, Smart Fields CWE Global Capability Development Leader Shell International

Parallel session 3 - Industrial Gaming applications for IO in the oil and gas industry

Session Chair: Knut-Olav Fjell, Principal researcher , StatoilHydro 

 

- “What is Industrial Gaming?”, Knut-Olav Fjell, StatoilHydro 

- “Keynote: Agent Oriented Software”, Dr. Rick Evertsz, AOS Group

- “Industrial Gaming large scale Demonstration”, Magnus Reigstad, Stormfjord 

 

- “Processing In Video Memory, the key to interactive simulations and photorealistic virtual experiences”, Christopher Dyken, SINTEF

- “Initiative for a Global 3D infrastructure for Integrated Operations: Presentation of Visions and Directions”, Jan Kåre Stølsvik, StatoilHydro

Plenum 2 - IO Solutions for improved safety and environment 

Session Chair: Jon Lippe, Operational Manager IO Center at NTNU

 

- ”Environmental monitoring and decision support for improved operation of oil and gas fields”, Even Aas, Executive Vice President, Kongsberg Gruppen

- “IO and safety – challenges and possibilities, as seen from research”, Professor Per Morten Schiefloe, NTNU Studio Apertura

- “Improved safety and environmental training with Virtual Reality Systems for oil and gas – cases from SaudiAramco”, Dan Lejerskar, COO, EON Reality 

- “Shell's Energy Efficiency Surveillance Tool in IO context”, Odd Bjarne Morch, Energy Strategy Leader, Norske Shell

Plenum 3 - Smarter oil and gas world – experiences and solutions 

Session Chair: Jon Stærkeby, Director IBM 

 

- “Smarter Cities”, Grant Nelson, IBM

 

- “Smarter CO2”, Andrew Cavanagh, The Permedia Research Group Inc.

- “Common issues in space and offshore”, Alessandro Donati, ESA

Parallel session 4 - Pushing wired pipe - smarter well solutions and reservoir optimization

Session Chair: Tor Stein Ølberg, Special Advisor SINTEF Petroleum Research

 

- “Wired Drill Pipe – Illuminating the drilling process”, Gbenga Onadeko, Schlumberger

- ”Early learnings and quality control process for annular pressure distributed measurements using wired drill pipe”, Maximo Hernandez, National Oilwell Varco (NOV)

 

- “Experience Using Intellipipe for Prototype Advanced Geosteering System”, Mei Choate, Shell Exploration and Production

Parallel session 5 - Operations management through integrated planning & optimised maintenance

Session Chair: Andrew Gibson, Research Director, MARINTEK

- “Collaborative visualization, visual planning of maintenance operations: 4D simulation and planning”, Hans Christian von Krogh, R&D Manager, AkerSolutions

- “Condition monitoring of oil and gas facilities; avoiding surprises through proactive maintenance management”, Torgeir Brurok, Senior researcher, MARINTEK

- “The Predictive Organisation - How can Defence Sector experience help operators improve asset availability, reliability and maintenance”, Dr. Mike Popham, BAE Systems.

Parallel session 6 - Digital Platform for next generation IO: A prerequisite for the High North?

Session Chair: Frédéric Verhelst, Project Manager, IO High North / DNV

 

- “IO in the High North from an operator’s perspective”, Vidar Hepsø, StatoilHydro

- “Model-drive integration architecture for IO G2”, Einar Landre (StatoilHydro), Frode Myren, Udo Pletat (IBM) and Johan Klüwer (DNV)

- “Towards autonomous control of a subsea drilling rig - an agent oriented approach”, Roar Fjellheim and Stian Aase, Computas AS

Plenum 4 - IO Roadmap for Brown Fields and Green fields – IO solutions and IO compliance

Session Chair: Roy Ruså, Vice president Technology ICT, Petoro

 

- “IO in project development”, Svein Ivar Sagatun, Head of Corporate Initiative Integrated Operations, StatoilHydro

- “IO in operations and modifications”, Ole Klingsheim, Manager Integrated Operations, ConocoPhillips

 

- “Realizing value - from a supplier perspective”, Morten Dalsmo, Department Manager, Integrated Operations, ABB

- “IO in Offshore EPCI Project Execution”, Erik Erdal, Vice President, AkerSolutions

Excursions

  • MARINTEK

  • IO Center

  • Aker Reinertsen AS

Exhibitors

  • Kongsberg OGT

  • Det norske Veritas

  • Bouvet ASA

  • Karabin as

  • ABB

  • SPE

  • EPSIS AS

  • Amitec AS

  • IMPRES Norway AS

  • Future Operations Management

  • Norne Benchmark Case

  • PhD student posters

Programme committee

  • Arild N. Nystad, Ph.d, Conference chair, IO Center

  • Jon Kleppe, Professor, Department of Petroleum Engineering, NTNU

  • Vidar Hepsø, Professor, StatoilHydro

  • Jon Stærkebye, IBM

  • Bjarne Foss, Professor, Department of Engineering Cybernetics, NTNU

  • Jon Lippe, Ms., Center for Integrated Operations

  • Andrew Gibson, Research Director, MARINTEK

  • Jon Kvalem, Institute for Energy Technology, IFE

  • Tor Stein Ølberg, Sintef Petroleum Research

  • Knut-Olav Fjell, Principal researcher, StatoilHydro 

  • Frédéric Verhelst, IO High North/DNV

List of attendants

A list of the attendees can be found here.

 

SME Innovation Forum

Integrated Environmental Technologies for improved competitiveness and new business opportunities

The objective of SME Innovation Forum 2009 is to discuss how suppliers and oil companies can cooperate to meet the challenges of proactive environmental monitoring and control by deploying the ideas of integrated operations.

StatoilHydro Integrated Operations Guidelines will be used as case reference throughout the workshop. The reference model for Integrated Operations is our starting point for developing architecture for integrated environmental monitoring. What is available in the market today at the various layers of the reference model? What do we need in a future architecture for proactive, real time environmental monitoring? What can various industry players contribute with and collaborate to supply in this model? 

 

SME Program

-"Introduction", Arild N. Nystad and Vidar Hepsø, StatoilHydro

-"The Importance of Innovation Co-operation", Ole Melberg, Enegry Ventures

-"Environmental monitoring and Integrated Operations -Status and future challenges", Ingunn Nilssen, StatoilHydro’s Research centre Trondheim and Eirik Sønneland, Biota Guard AS

-"NODE Environmental Footprint", Kjell Hulløen, NODE

-"Sensor technology for integrated environmental monitoring", Svein Winther, Unifob environmental research

-"Real time marine environmental monitoring and forecasting systems. Status and Future perspectives", Frode S. Berge, Fugro OCEANOR

-"Real time monitoringof marine life and its environment", Terje Torkelsen, Marine Ecosystem Technologies AS

”SME Innovation Forum 2009” is organized by the IO Center (SFI/NTNU/SINTEF/IFE) in cooperation with StatoilHydro and the following oil and gas programs at Innovation Norway and the Norwegian Research Council (NFR): ARENA Integrated Operations, ARENA Well Technologies & Centre for Smart and Safe Wells, Norwegian Centre of Expertise (NCE) NODE, Norwegian Centre of Expertise (NCE) Subsea, Norwegian Centre of Expertise (NCE) System Engineering, Norwegian Centre of Expertise (NCE) Instrumentation and the Michelsen Centre for Industrial Measurement Science and Technology (SFI hosted by Christian Michelsen Research).