IO 2010

IO 2010

Intelligent petroleum fields and integrated operations – the next generation

International meeting place for business and science 

IO Science and Practice 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 the most …

Intelligent petroleum fields and integrated operations – the next generation

International meeting place for business and science 

IO Science and Practice 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 the most significant contributor to the next generation of petroleum field management. The international market for Integrated Operations is expected to grow significantly in the years to come.

 
 

From top left: 

Alan B. Lumsden from The Methodist Hospital, Cristina Pinho form Petrobras, and Peter Forbes IBM, Paul Carlile Boston University, Franz van den Berg, Shell, Meshal al-Buraikan, SaudiAramco, Marta Dueñas Díez from Repsol and Torbjørn Forthun from Odfjell Drilling, Sthener R.V. Campos from Petrobras, David Echeverria Ciaurri from Stanford University, Prof. Juan Luis Fernández Martínez from University of Oviedo and Berkeley,Rebecca Christensen from GdF Suez and Major Dag Ola Lien from Royal Norwegian Air Force Academy. 

 

Programme

 

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

 

Right here Right now, by Young Professionals in ConocoPhillips

 

Introduction, Rector Torbjørn Digernes, NTNU

 

Plenum 1 - Intelligent petroleum fields and IO – international solutions 

Session Chair: Professor Vidar Hepsø, Statoil

 

- “Pumps and Pipes - synergies between petroleum engineering and cardiovascular disease”, Professor and Medical Director Alan B. Lumsden, 

 

- “Applying IO at upstream Petrobras segment: major challenges for mature fields and greenfields”, Cristina Pinho, Petrobras 

- “Implementation of Dynamic Well Testing Workflows in Saudi Aramco Intelligent Fields”, Meshal Al-Buraikan, Saudi Aramco

Parallel 1 - Truly integrated operations – merging people and models 

Session Chair: Professor Bjarne Foss, NTNU 

 

- “Production optimization – organization”, Sthener Campos, Petrobras 

- “Closed-loop reservoir management”, David Echeverria, Stanford University

- “Tools for data integration and inverse solutions”, Juan Luis Fernández Martínez, University of Oviedo / University of California Berkeley

Parallel 2 - IO work processes - technologies and training 

Session Chair: Jon Kvalem, IFE 

 

 

- “Resilient risk management in distributed complex organizations”, Camilla Tveiten, NTNU (PhD)

- “Training a new IO organization for Gjøa”, Rebecca Christensen, GdF Suez and Grete Rindahl, IFE 

- “Integrated Operations seen from an Air Force perspective”, Dag Ola Lien, Royal Norwegian Air Force Academy

- “Designing IO: a case study on collaboration surfaces”, Gisle Andresen NTNU (Ph.d) and Øystein Veland, NTNU (Ph.d)

Plenum 2 - Crystal ball – innovation and new solutions for next generation IO 

Session Chair: Jon Lippe, IO Center 

 

- “From local Collaborative environments to Networked Organizations” , Peter Forbes, IBM

 

- “Managing Knowledge across Boundaries: Opening Up for Innovation from Software to Drug Discovery”, Paul Carlile, Boston University School of Management

 

- “Open innovation and oil spill response,” Jon A. Fredrickson, Innocentive Inc

 

- Panel debate

 

Plenum 3 - New business models and contracting strategies 

Session Chair: Arild N. Nystad

 

- “IO in an international integrated gas and oil company”, Marta Duenas Diez, Repsol

- “Time for change – how to exploit the supplier competence to maximum – the challenge of changing the business model”, Torbjørn Forthun, Odfjell Drilling

 

- “Time for change - new work forms and business models – the people aspects”, Frans van den Berg, Smart Field, Shell

Parallel 3 - Smarter well solutions and drilling for improved recovery 

Session Chair: Tor Stein Ølberg, Sintef 

 

- “Information infrastructure and data quality”, Jon Stærkeby, IBM 

 

- “Drilling data. Real time analysis and decision support.” Status and visions.” Matthew Spotkaeff, Schlumberger 

- “Intelligent drilling and data quality challenges”, Halvor Kjørholt, Statoil

 

- “The value of high resolution data while drilling”, Mike Herbert, ConocoPhillips

- Q&A

 

Parallel 4 - Integrated planning and maintenance management 

Session Chair: Anders Valland, MARINTEK 

 

- ”Integrated planning”, Aud Marit Wahl, MARINTEK

- “Planning and logistic in aviation”, Sverre Quale, CEO Avinor

- “Knowledge for Sustainable Results”, Helmut Salsland, Director, SKF Service Division

Parallel 5 - A holistic approach to IO 

Session Chair: Thore Langeland, OLF 

 

- “IO in OLF – an overview”, Dr. Thore Langeland, the Norwegian Oil industry Association (OLF) 

 

- “The Oil and gas ontology”, Lillian Hella, PCA, Dr. Jennifer Samson, Statoil and Dr. Kari Anne Haaland Thorsen, UiS 


 

- “Information service bus”, Kaare J. Finbak, IBM

 

 

- “Data integration in real time - Map IT”, Oskar M. Fredagsvik, Statoil and Per Dypvik, Statoil

 

 

- “EqHub – common repository for equipment information,” Knut Dagsvik, Sharecat, and Terje Simonsen, Aker Solutions

 

 

Plenum 4 - Collaboration across boundaries – the science of integration ” - Panel discussion 

Session Chair: Trond Lilleng, Statoil

 

 

Discussion topics:

- “Integration” – what does this term actually mean in the context of integrated operations? 

- Why does increased integration create additional value?

- What are we trying to integrate, and why?

- Which are the concrete challenges we are up against? 

- Is there an analytical approach to integration which may be of practical value for the oil industry?

 

Panel: Cristina Pinho, IO Coordinator, Petrobras; Frans van den Berg, Smart Fields, Shell; Ole Klingsheim, IO Development Manager, ConocoPhillips

- Paul Carlile, Boston University School of Management

 

Exhibitors

  • IPRES AS

  • Viju AS

  • Huawei Technologies Norway AS

  • EMC

  • Aker Solutions

  • SKF Norge

  • Baze Technology

  • Epsis AS

  • Amitec AS

  • ACL Engineering AS

  • Kongsberg Drilling Management Solutions

Programme and organizing committee

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

  • Vidar Hepsø, Professor, Statoil

  • Trond Lilleng, Statoil

  • Thore Langeland, IO Coordinator, OLF -The Norwegian Oil Industry Association 

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

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

  • Jon Lippe, Ms., Center for Integrated Operations

  • Anders Valland, Researcher, MARINTEK

  • Jon Kvalem, Institute for Energy Technology, IFE

  • Tor Stein Ølberg, Sintef Petroleum Research

Advisory Board

  • Tofig A. Al-Dhubaib, SaudiAramco

  • Cristina Pinho, Petrobras

  • Dag Vareide, Qatar Petroleum

  • Wan Hassan Wan Mamat, Petronas Carigali

  • Pierre Offant, CEO, North Caspian Operating Company (NCOC)

  • Tom Gunnar Omberg, Shell

  • Rebecca Christensen, Gaz de France Suez

  • Svein Ivar Sagatun, Statoil

  • Brage Sandstad, ConocoPhillips

  • Tore Bø, TOTAL

  • Gregar Haugen, ENI Norge AS

  • Paul Hocking, BP

  • Jon Kleppe, NTNU/Chairman of the IO Center

List of attendants

You can find the list of attendees here.