IO Value Workshop in Rio

IO Value Workshop in Rio

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The IO Center in cooperation with Petrobras organized a workshop on “IO Value” 4-6 December 2013 in Rio de Janeiro at the Petrobras HQ. Claudio Lima from Petrobras Santos coordinated the workshop together with Arild N. Nystad from the IO Center. We had about 20 participants from Petrobras, Shell, BG and Brazilian Universities and IO Center with NTNU and SINTEF Economics.
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The objective was to investigate the economic value of implementing integrated operations (IO) in the oil and gas company’s organizations and assets. We wanted to link academic evaluation methods and industrial KPI evaluations and to create a place where business and academic could meet to discuss current solutions and to suggest future ways to enhance the economic valuation. We also discussed to make such a workshop an annual event in Rio de Janeiro.  
 
The economic valuation of implementing IO is about how to value economically implementation of new work processes, new organizational structures, new technology & R&D. We discussed how to improve the methods and solutions to meet the industry need. The workshop intends to suggest future approaches in economic valuation of IO for a tentative industry Joint Industry Project (JIP).
 
Frans van den Berg (Shell) and Valdir Pessoa (Operations Manager/BG Brazil) participated and held key note presentations. Petrobras participated with Maria Lúcia De Fátima Silva, Paulo Viana, and Claudio Lima together with Mario Marcondes, Vladimir Pinto, Boris Asrilhant, Danilo Garbazza, Alex Teixeira, Sthener Campos and Enio Russo. Further we had a very good presence with four professors from Brazilian Universities in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo: Professor Kazuo Nishimoto, Professor Marcio Yamamoto, Professor Edilson Fernandes de Arruda and Professor Bruno Augusto Angelico.
 
The IO Center team was Asgeir Tomasgard (NTNU/Professor), Kjetil Midthun (SINTEF Economics), Darijus Strasunskas (NTNU/IO Center) and Arild N. Nystad (NTNU/IO Center) as coordinator. 
 
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