IO Center participation at SPE Intelligent Energy

IO Center participation at SPE Intelligent Energy

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The SPE Intelligent Energy International conference took place in Utrecht, the Netherlands and a delegation from the IO Center was present, both presenting papers and attending sessions on Intelligent Energy.
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Researchers from the IO Center presented the following papers:

Session titles in bold, and presenter in italic.

Applications of IE to Improve HSE

How IO Leaders Can Use Technology to Enhance Risk Perception and Communication. Claire Taylor, Sizarta Sarshar, IFE; Sjur Larsen, NTNU Social Research

Enhancing Value Through Modelling

Closing the Integration Gap for the Next Generation of Drilling Decision Support Systems. Roar Nybø, SINTEF Petroleum Research; Dan Sui, University of Stavanger

Real-Time Decision Making

Decision Support for Daily Production Optimization: In Genuine Real-Time. Stine Ursin-Holm, Anders Sandnes, Vidar Gunnerud, Bjarne Foss, NTNU; Federico Zenith, SINTEF ICT; Alex Teixeira, PETROBRAS

Remote Operations: Providing for New Levels of Efficiency and Performance

The Future of Telemedicine in O&G. Ketil Thorvik, St. Olavs University Hopsital; Arild Nystad, IO Center; Jon Gunnar Skogås, St. Olavs University Hospital; Alexandra Fernandes, Kine Reegård, John Eidar Simensen and Grete Rindahl, IFE; Eliézer Silva, Albert Einstein Hopsital; Tatjana Bergsland, Ole Klingsheim, ConocoPhillips; Tor Erik Evjemo, SINTEF

Growing and sustaining collaboration

Integrated Operation Collaboration Technologies – Remaining Challenges and Opportunities. Sizarta Sarshar, Grete Rindahl, IFE.

In addition, Arild N. Nystad was a round-table contributor in the special session on Innovative Partnerships – Barriers and Successes.

Several IO Center industry partner representatives presented papers and chaired sessions at the event.

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A Method for Function Analysis and Allocation in IO-driven MTO Systems: Challenges and Prospects

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