IO 2012

IO 2012

International meeting place for business and science

  • 40 speakers from international oil and gas companies, service industry, R&D companies and universities

  • Young Professional Program, Poster Session Area, Exhibition Area

  • Venue: Royal Garden Hotel, Trondheim, Norway

Look at video on Integrated Operations by SINTEF MARINTEK: Marintek Integrated Operations 

Look at video on Integrated Operations by ConocoPhillips: Right here right now, Young Professional at ConocoPhillips

 

Programme

 

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International meeting place for business and science

  • 40 speakers from international oil and gas companies, service industry, R&D companies and universities

  • Young Professional Program, Poster Session Area, Exhibition Area

  • Venue: Royal Garden Hotel, Trondheim, Norway

Look at video on Integrated Operations by SINTEF MARINTEK: Marintek Integrated Operations 

Look at video on Integrated Operations by ConocoPhillips: Right here right now, Young Professional at ConocoPhillips

 

Programme

 

Get-together party

 

 

 ”The stormy Sun - how it affects our technology based society”, Pål Brekke, Senior Advisor, Norwegian Space Center 

 

 Rex J. Walheim (Colonel, USAF, RETIRED), NASA Astronaut 

 

Welcome to Trondheim and opening of the IO12 Conference by Rita Ottervik, Mayor of Trondheim City

 

Young professionals in ConocoPhillips telling real-life stories

Plenum 1- Intelligent petroleum fields – implementation and industrial solutions

Session Chair: Professor Vidar Hepsø, Statoil

 

- ”Status and future plans for the implementation of the industrial solutions of IO on the Ekofisk fields”, Ole Klingsheim, ConocoPhillips

- “Experiences and future perspectives from the Field of the Future program”, Steve P. Roberts Vice President, Field of the Future Flagship, Subsurface Technology, BP

Parallel 1 - IO Teamwork and capabilities 

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

 

- “From Theory to Practice: Capability Development from R&D Initiative to Operating Practices ”, Xavier Faugeras, Leader of Field Monitoring Initiative, Total R&D, France.

- “A practical approach to capability development”, Ann Orr and Bruce Gordon, Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station, Arizona Public Service, USA

- “Complex collaboration: Lessons from trauma care”, Professor Samer Faraj, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

Parallel 2 - Integrated planning and logistics 

Session Chair: Anders Valland, MARINTEK 

 

- “Planning in transport and logistics - future internet solutions for improved integration and collaboration”, Dr. J. Rod Franklin, P.E.Vice President, Product Development, Kuehne + Nagel Management AG 

- “Integrated Planning in the Construction Industry: Lean Project Delivery and Commitment Planning”, Iris Tommelein, UC Berkeley

 

- “Integrated planning from the logistics perspective”. Manager Gisle Nygård, Statoil

Plenum 2 - Aging, extended lifetime, and safety of critical infrastructures 

Session Chair: Professor Ingrid Bouwer Utne, NTNU

 

- “The safety and maintenance solutions used in aeronautics - the SCARLETT R&D experience”, Laurent Bardet, Thales Avionics

 

- “Instrumentation, Information, & Control Technologies to Sustain the US Fleet of Power Reactors”, Bruce P Hallbert, Director, Nuclear Science Enabling Technologies, Idaho National Laboratory 

- “Evolution of Safety Critical Technologies in Air Traffic Management”, Professor Peter Hecker, Director, Institut fur Flugfuhrung, Technische Universität Braunschweig

 - Panel discussion

 

Conference dinner

   

Statoil Young Professionals

 

Cultural entertainment: Apes&Babes

 

Plenum 3 - Managing the Reservoir in an IO World 

Session Chair: Frans van den Berg, Smart Fields, Shell

 

- “Intelligent petroleum fields – implementation and industrial solutions on the Norwegian Continental shelf”, Øystein Michelsen, Executive Vice President, Development and Production Norway, Statoil

- “Areal Reservoir Surveillance in Royal Dutch Shell”, Peter Engbers, Shell, Smart Fields & Areal Reservoir Surveillance global Deployment Lead

 

- “The Future of Production Optimization and Reservoir Management in an IO context”, Professor Bjarne Foss, NTNU

- Panel discussion

 

Parallel 3 - Proactive management of safety and environment

Session Chair: Lars Bodsberg, Safety Research, Research Director, SINTEF Technology and Society

 

- “Application of Nuclear Industry Experience to Offshore Barrier Integrity Management”, Bill Nelson, DNV Maritime and Oil & Gas, USA

- “Management of Energy saving”, Magnus Fors, SKF Oil & Gas and Marine 

-“Environmental Monitoring in the Petroleum Industry», Kaare Finbak, Kongsberg Oil &Gas

 

Parallel 4 - Production and performance optimization 

Session Chair: Professor Bjarne Foss, NTNU

 

 

- "Production optimization by joining well location and well profile decisions – experience with a real field operated by Total", Mathias Bellout, NTNU IO center

- "IO Center intern experience within production optimization at IBM and Petrobras", Sheri Shamlou and Vidar Gunnerud, NTNU IO Center

- "IO High North - Erosion Management & Uniform Data Access", Christian M. Hansen, DNV and Oddmund Kvernvold, DNV 

 

- "Efficient History Matching and Optimization of Well Controls", Oleg Volkov, Stanford University

Plenum 4 - Panel Discussion: Implementation and industrial solutions 

Session Chairs: Professor Vidar Hepsø, Statoil and Ole Klingsheim, ConocoPhillips

Panel participants:

  • Mette Rian, Statoil

  • Leo de Best, Shell

  • Steve P. Roberts, BP

  • Kaare Finbak, Kongsberg OGT

  • Jon Kleppe, NTNU

   

Pictures

Find pictures from the conference here.

Exhibitors

  • Ipres AS

  • Computas AS

  • Amitec AS

  • Technical Integrity Management Services (an alliance between IBM, SKF and Aker Solutions)

  • ConocoPhillips, Young Professionals

  • IO of the High North, DNV

  • Centre for Petroleum Production FAcilities (CCPF)

  • IO Center

Programme committee

  • Arild N. Nystad, Ph.D, Conference Chair, IO Center/NTNU

  • Vidar Hepsø, Professor, Statoil

  • Ingrid Bouwer Utne, Professor NTNU

  • Frans van den Berg, Smart Fields, Shell

  • Trond Lilleng, Senior Advisor, Integrated Operations, Statoil

  • Ole Klingsheim, IO Coordinator, ConocoPhillips

  • Jon Kvalem, Institute for Energy Technology, IFE

  • Anders Valland, MARINTEK/SINTEF

  • Lars Bodsberg, SINTEF Petroleum Research

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

  • Jon Lippe, M.Sc, IO Center/NTNU

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

Advisory board

  • Tofig A. Al-Dhubaib, SaudiAramco

  • Maria Lúcia, Petrobras

  • Somchai Manopinives, Senior Vice President, Technology and Operations Division PTTEP, Thailand

  • Izleena Iqbar, Petronas

  • Marta Dueñas Díez, Repsol

  • Saqer Abdulla Mohammed Al-Arabe Al-Shahwani, Qatar Petroleum

  • Khalid Aziz, Stanford University

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

  • Frans van den Berg, Technology and Smart Fields Deployment, Shell Projects & Technology

  • Brage Sandstad, ConocoPhillips

  • Paul Hocking, BP

  • Jon Kleppe, NTNU and Chairman of the IO Center

List of attendants

Find the list of attendants here.

 

Innovation Forum

Plenary Session

Introduction and Welcome with Arild N. Nystad

Perspective on the future of IO, Professor Per Morten Schiefloe

Parallell Session 1 : Integrated planning meets Leans principles: Commitment Planning
Moderator Lone Sletbakk Ramstad. MARINTEK

- "Welcome to IPL workshop: Agenda and objective: The IPL Model", Lone S. Ramstad, MARINTEK

- "Characteristics of IO Teamwork", Ann Britt Skjerve, IFE

- “The language action cycle” in Lean Construction. Presented by Prof. Iris Tommelein 

- "Role-based language action: A discourse approach to organizational commitment and collaboration in teams", Dr. Srikant Sarangi, Professor of Applied Linguistics, Cardiff University and Department of Language and Communication Studies

Parallel Session 2 : IO Based Risk and Barrier Management

Moderator Lars Bodsberg, MARINTEK

Topic 1:Critical information for risk perception. 

- Introduction by Prof. Jørn Vatn, NTNU; Bill Nelson, DNV Maritime and O&G,:and Greg Hickey, BP

Discussion in Plenum, Moderators Lars Bodsberg and Jørn Vatn

- What is the critical information to be presented for understanding risk? 

- How do we strengthen the link between indicators and risk?

- How do we strengthen the link between strategic, design and operational risk analysis?

Topic 2: Visualization of risk and barrier performance

Introduction by Sverre A Kvalheim, NTNU and Sizarta Sarshar, NTNU

Discussion in Plenum, moderator Jørn Vatn and Stein Haugen

- How to visualize pre-conditions for safe operations established during design/planning?

- How to visualize risk when planning specific operations?

- How to visualize uncertainty?