IO 09 Science and Practice

28 September
19:00 -22:00Get-together party at Royal Garden Hotel, Monday September 28 at 1900-2200.
Day 1 - 29 September
10:00 - 10:10Welcome and introduction, Arild N. Nystad, Conference Chair, IO Center at NTNU
10:10 - 12:00Plenum 1
Intelligent petroleum fields and IO in a low price scenario – international solutions
Session Chair: Professor Vidar Hepsø, StatoilHydro
Speakers:
- “Low oil prices – no time to be smart?”, Pieter Kapteijn, Maersk Oil and Gas
- “Changing operations on the NCS, taking out the effect of integrated operations”, Svein Hatlem , StatoilHydro
- “Social computing and integrated operations”, Jennifer Okimoto, Social computing, IBM
12:00 - 13:00Lunch
13:00 - 15:00Parallel session 1
Pushing the boundary of integrated modeling – challenges & examples
Session Chair: Professor Bjarne Foss and Professor Curtis Whitson, NTNU
Topics:
- “Sustainable Model-Based Integration & Optimization”, Bryn Stenhouse, BP
- “Real-Time Inter-Application Data Integration,” Michael R. Brulé, Technomation USA
- “Integrated Optimization Software Solutions”, Curtis Hays Whitson, NTNU
13:00 - 15:00Parallel session 2
New work processes and collaboration environments
Session Chair: Jon Kvalem, Department Head Institute for Energy Technology (IFE)
Topics:
- ”Promoting Teamwork in Distributed Teams: Principles, tips and more…”, Professor Eduardo Salas, University of Central Florida, USA
- ”Integrated Operations for Outage Management of Nuclear Power Plants”, Laurent Coudert, Program Director, Electricité de France, France
- “People make it happen….”, Ronald Knoppe, Smart Fields CWE Global Capability Development Leader Shell International
13:00 - 15:00Parallel session 3
Industrial Gaming applications for IO in the oil and gas industry
Session Chair: Knut-Olav Fjell, Principal researcher , StatoilHydro
Topics:
- “What is Industrial Gaming?”, Knut-Olav Fjell, StatoilHydro
- “Keynote: Agent Oriented Software”, Dr. Rick Evertsz, AOS Group
- “Industrial Gaming large scale Demonstration”, Magnus Reigstad, Stormfjord
- “Processing In Video Memory, the key to interactive simulations and photorealistic virtual experiences”, Christopher Dyken, SINTEF
- “Initiative for a Global 3D infrastructure for Integrated Operations: Presentation of Visions and Directions”, Jan Kåre Stølsvik, StatoilHydro
15:00 - 15:30Coffee/Tea
15:30 - 17:30Plenum 2
IO Solutions for improved safety and environment
Session Chair: Jon Lippe, Operational Manager IO Center at NTNU
Topics:
- ”Environmental monitoring and decision support for improved operation of oil and gas fields”, Even Aas, Executive Vice President, Kongsberg Gruppen
- “IO and safety – challenges and possibilities, as seen from research”, Professor Per Morten Schiefloe, NTNU Studio Apertura
- “Improved safety and environmental training with Virtual Reality Systems for oil and gas – cases from SaudiAramco”, Dan Lejerskar, COO, EON Reality
- “Shell's Energy Efficiency Surveillance Tool in IO context”, Odd Bjarne Morch, Energy Strategy Leader, Norske Shell
Exhibition and posters Day 1
Partner companies and SME
Young Professional Forum
IO Center posters & stand
Conference dinner 19.30 at Royal Garden, including cultural entertainment
Day 2 - 30 September
08:30 - 10:00Plenum 3
Smarter oil and gas world – experiences and solutions
Session Chair: Jon Stærkeby, Director IBM
Speakers:
- “Smarter Cities”, Grant Nelson, IBM
- “Smarter CO2”, Andrew Cavanagh, The Permedia Research Group Inc.
- “Common issues in space and offshore”, Alessandro Donati, ESA
10:00 - 10:30Coffe/Tea
10:30–12:30Parallel session 4
Pushing wired pipe - smarter well solutions and reservoir optimization
Session Chair: Tor Stein Ølberg, Special Advisor SINTEF Petroleum Research
- “Wired Drill Pipe – Illuminating the drilling process”, Gbenga Onadeko, Schlumberger
- ”Early learnings and quality control process for annular pressure distributed measurements using wired drill pipe”, Maximo Hernandez, National Oilwell Varco (NOV)
- “Experience Using Intellipipe for Prototype Advanced Geosteering System”, Mei Choate, Shell Exploration and Production
10:30-12:30Parallel session 5
Operations management through integrated planning & optimised maintenance
Session Chair: Andrew Gibson, Research Director, MARINTEK
Speakers:
- “Collaborative visualization, visual planning of maintenance operations: 4D simulation and planning”, Hans Christian von Krogh, R&D Manager, AkerSolutions
- “Condition monitoring of oil and gas facilities; avoiding surprises through proactive maintenance management”, Torgeir Brurok, Senior researcher, MARINTEK
- “The Predictive Organisation - How can Defence Sector experience help operators improve asset availability, reliability and maintenance”, Dr. Mike Popham, BAE Systems.
10:30-12:30Parallel session 6
Digital Platform for next generation IO: A prerequisite for the High North?
Session Chair: Frédéric Verhelst, Project Manager, IO High North / DNV
Topics:
- “IO in the High North from an operator’s perspective”, Vidar Hepsø, StatoilHydro
- “Model-drive integration architecture for IO G2”, Einar Landre, StatoilHydro, Frode Myren, Udo Pletat (IBM) and Johan Klüwer (DNV)
- “Towards autonomous control of a subsea drilling rig - an agent oriented approach”, Roar Fjellheim and Stian Aase (Computas AS)
12:30 - 13:30Lunch
13:30 - 16:00Plenum 4
IO Roadmap for Brown Fields and Green fields – IO solutions and IO compliance
Session Chair: Roy Ruså, Vice president Technology ICT, Petoro
- “IO in project development”, Svein Ivar Sagatun, Head of Corporate Initiative Integrated Operations, StatoilHydro
- “IO in operations and modifications”, Ole Klingsheim, Manager Integrated Operations, ConocoPhillips
- “Realizing value - from a supplier perspective”, Morten Dalsmo, Department Manager, Integrated Operations, ABB
- “IO in Offshore EPCI Project Execution”, Erik Erdal, Vice President, AkerSolutions
Panel discussion - Moderator Roy Ruså:
Speakers from Plenum 4
Exhibition and posters Day 2
Partner companies and SME
Young Professional Forum
IO Center posters & stand
17:00 - 20:00Excursions:
Demo 1: - MARINTEK
Demo 2: - Center for Integrated Operations
Demo 3: - Aker Reinertsen AS






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