IO 2011

IO 2011

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. 

 

Programme

 

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

 

Introduction, Torbjørn Digernes, Rector NTNU

 

Plenum 1 - Intelligent petroleum fields - lessons learnt, new markets and opportunities 

Session Chair: Professor Vidar Hepsø, Statoil

 

- “Digital oil Field of the future; what have we learnt from the DOFF studies over 10 years?”, Judson Jacobs, IHS CERA

 

- “What can integrated operations learn from market based capability stacks?”, N. Venkat Venkatraman, Professor in Boston University School of Management 

- ”Future perspectives of smart fields”, Leo de Best, Program Manager, Smart Fields Centre of Expertise, Shell

Parallel 1 - IO Teamwork and capabilities 

Session Chair: Grete Rindahl, Institute for Energy Technology (IFE) 

 

 

- “Capabilities” – What is it really?” , N. Venkat Venkatraman, Professor in Boston University School of Management and Øyvind Mydland, Stepchange

 

- “Capabilities” as seen from oil companies’ perspective”, Ronald Knoppe, Shell and Trond Lilleng, Statoil

- “Leading IO teams – A new challenge?”, Marissa Shuffler, University of Central Florida, Institute for Simulation and Training and Sjur Larsen, NTNU Social Research

Parallel 2 - System integrity and predictive maintenance 

Session Chair: Lars Bodsberg, SINTEF

 

 

- “Predictive maintenance in the asset management perspective, Kari Komonen, Vaasa University, Finland

- “Industry perspective on applying maintenance management to integrated operations”, Jan Erik Salomonsen, MainTech

- “Bridging the gap between academia and practical decision support”, Professor Jørn Vatn, NTNU

Plenum 2 - The Macondo experience – how can IO avoid such events in the future 

Session Chair: Professor Ingrid Bouwer Utne, NTNU 

 

- “Learning from Past Events to Improve Process Safety through IO”, Professor Nancy Leveson, MIT

- “High Reliability Management Lessons You Need To Know From Macondo And Other Experiences For Integrated Operations”, Dr. Emery Roe, University of California, Berkeley 

- “Post-Macondo: Integrated Operations as a means to Reduce Operational Risk”, Dr. Robin Pitblado, Director for SHE Risk Management Services, DNV, Houston, USA

- Panel discussion

 

Conference dinner talk Minister of Energy and Petroleum Ola Borten Moe

 

Plenum 3 - Proactive management of safety and environment 

Session Chair: Tor Stein Ølberg and Inge Manfred Carlsen, SINTEF

 

- ”Are we able to provide correct information that supports an integrated and balanced decision support situation?”, Gregar Haugen, ENI

- “Integration of real time environmental risk calculations into daily operations”, Mark Reed, Sintef

- “Use of Major Accident Indicators in Exploration Drilling”, Anita Utseth, Det norske oljeselskap ASA

- "Pro-Active Safety and Environment Management", Frans van den Berg, Shell and Panel discussion

Parallel 3 - Integrated planning and logistic 

Session Chair: Anders Valland, MARINTEK 

 

 

- “Integrated planning - dealing with critical resources”, Luiz Guilherme Santos, IO Coordinator, Petrobras.

- “Optimising communication and collaboration in M&M projects”, Atle Knudsen, Aker Solutions

- “Facilitating integration – challenges in interactional facilitation of IO team work”, Kristin Halvorsen

Parallel 4 - Production and operational optimization 

Session chair: Professor Bjarne Foss, NTNU, Co-chair Ph.D Vidar Gunnerud, NTNU 

 

 

- “New developments in reservoir simulation and their potential impact on IO” Professor Khalid Aziz, Stanford University

- "Selected IO center research activities on production optimization ", Vidar Gunnerud, NTNU

- "Challenges for the effective use of advanced control system for offshore oil production platforms", Mario Cesar Mello Massa de Campos, Petrobras

Plenum 4 - Collaboration across companies- the relation between oil companies and the suppliers - Panel discussion 

Session Chair: Trond Lilleng, Statoil 

Panel participants:

 
  • Reinertsen, Kjell Stokke, Manager M&M

 

  • Aibel, Ivar Vikse , GEM OPC Lead 

 
  • Aibel, Ivar Vikse and ConocoPhillips, Odd Refsland
 
  • FMC, Christina Johansen, Techcnology Centre manager, Eastern Region 

 
  • Aker Solutions, John McKeown, Manager M&M 

 
  • Fabricom, Arne Budal, Manager M&M (acting)

 
  • FOM, Are Pedersen, Manager 

 
  • ConocoPhillips, Odd Refsland, Director Offshore Activites

 
  • Statoil, Anders Ervik, Manager Operations

 

Pictures

Find pictures from the conference here.

Exhibitors

  • IPRES AS

  • Computas AS

  • Amitec AS

  • IO Center

Programme committee

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

  • Vidar Hepsø, Professor, Statoil

  • Trond Lilleng, Statoil

  • Ingrid Bouwer Utne, Professor, Department of Marine Technology, NTNU

  • Lars Bodsberg, SINTEF

  • 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

  • Khalid Aziz, Stanford University

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

  • Frans Van den Berg, Shell

  • Marta Dueñas Díez, Repsol

  • Brage Sandstad, ConocoPhillips

  • Paul Hocking, BP

  • Jon Kleppe, NTNU and Chairman of the IO Center

List of attendants

The list of attendants is available here.

 

Innovation Forum

Topic 1: Lesson learnt from major accidents

Some ideas about the relationship between IO and major accident prevention, as seen from the IO Center, Jon Lippe, IO Center Operating Manager

Introduction to the workshop – setting the scene, Lars Bodsberg (SINTEF)

Safety first – lessons learned from major accidents in offshore drilling, Inge Manfred Carlsen (SINTEF Petroleum)

Discussion in plenum, moderators Lars Bodsberg and Inge Manfred Carlsen

  • What are the main lessons learnt from Macondo and other recent major accidents with respect to IO?

  • Do we have the scorecards?

Topic 2: Managing complexity

Managing complexity: Comfort zones and indicators, Emery Roe (University of California, Berkeley)

Teamwork and complexity: Lessons from nuclear industry, Espen Nystad (IFE)

Discussion in plenum, moderators: Professor Ingrid Bouwer Utne, NTNU and Professor Jørn Vatn, NTNU

  • Operation complexity - are we stretching the limits too far?

  • How can we measure the impact of IO and operator performance on safety? 

Topic 3: Coping with the unexpected

Advanced Barrier Risk Management, Robin Pitblado (DNV Houston)

New approaches for risk analysis, Jørn Vatn (NTNU) and Stein Haugen (NTNU)

Discussion in plenum: Proactive safety and environmental management (moderators: Lars Bodsberg (SINTEF) and Inge Manfred Carlsen (SINTEF Petroleum))

  • How can we cope with the unexpected? 

  • The role of IO in knowledge sharing, competence building and experience bridging

  • The role of competence and technology – where should we go from here?