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Welcome

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On behalf of the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) Board of Directors, OTCs sponsoring organizations, and our ATC 2014 Program Committee, it is my honour to invite you to the third OTC Arctic Technology Conference, 10-12 February 2014 in Houston. Our conference features an attractive portfolio of papers in five key technical categories and interesting speakers in the various Plenary, Topical Luncheons and Panel sessions. ATC 2014 will build upon the success of the previous ATC events with international scientists and engineers sharing their ongoing research and development and execution experiences in the key areas of Geology and Geophysics; Exploration and Production; Physical Environment; Logistics and Marine Transport; and Regulatory, Environment and Social Responsibility. The focus is, of course, applications in the circum-Arctic, while paying respect to the people, the land and the sea of the circumpolar areas. Supported through OTCs network of renowned scientific and professional societies, ATC provides a worldwide platform for you to communicate and collaborate with industry colleagues, vendors and academia about challenges and solutions for the arctic regions. With a technical program of over 150 presentations, high quality speakers, networking events and an Arctic-focused exhibition area, ATC 2014 provides opportunities for delegates to enhance their knowledge and share their expertise. The three day program includes Panel Sessions devoted to Arctic Core Capabilities, Arctic Past Projects, The Global Arctic Market Outlook and worthwhile experiences from Arctic Trailblazers. In addition, technical experts will present papers in their respective disciplines and topical luncheons will offer insights into Arctic themes, both from a technical as well as a socio-economic point of view. A continuing highlight is the Spotlight on Arctic Technology awards program which recognizes innovative new products and technologies displayed in the exhibition. The first day of ATC concludes with a reception in the Exhibition Hall during which the Spotlight ceremony will take place. This is also another opportunity to network and share your views with anyone who has an interest in the Arctic. Please register and attend ATC 2014. Your participation will no doubt make this conference a memorable success. Looking forward to welcoming you in February 2014!

Han Tiebout ATC Program Chair

10 12 February 2014

George R. Brown Convention Center

Houston, Texas

ATC 2014 Technical Program Committee

Han Tiebout Chair GustoMSC

Brian Miller Vice Chair Shell International E&P

John Hogg Past Chair MGM Energy Corporation

AAPG Michael Enachescu MGM Energy Corporation

AlChE Benton Dibrell Baker Hughes

AlChE Chris Knudsen Knudsen Associates

AlChE Carlos Salamanca National Oilwell Varco

ASCE ASME-PD/IPTI Thomas Krzewinski Roger Cordes Golder Associates Inc. Stress Engineering Services Inc.

ASME-PD/IPTI Walter Kuehnlein SEA2ICE

IEEE-OES Claude Brancart* Blue Sea Corporation

IEEE-OES Hanumant Singh Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

MTS John G. Bomba Genesis Oil and Gas Consultants Ltd.

MTS Jim Malachowski Genesis Oil and Gas Consultants Ltd.

SEG Bill Goodway Apache

SEG Azra Tutuncu Unconventional Natural Gas Institute (UNGI) Colorado School of Mines

SME Gregory Abramov Borehole Mining International, Inc.

SME SNAME George Moridis Abdel Ghoneim Lawrence Berkeley Atkins National Laboratory, University of California

SNAME Peter Noble ConocoPhillips Retired

SNAME David Molyneux Oceanic Consulting Corporation

SPE Kerry Fellers Baker Hughes

SPE Tom Gee Weatherford

SPE Chengwu Yuan BP America

SPE Robert Ziegler Petronas Carigali Shd Bhd

TMS Rick Hill EWI Microalloying

TMS Jamal Righi Alcoa Oil & Gas LLC

Norm Carnahan Joe Fowler OTC Board OTC Board Carnahan Corporation Stress Engineering Services, Inc.

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Experience OTCs Arctic Technology Conference


The continually expanding Arctic arena offers a multitude of opportunities for companies that can solve its intricate environmental, physical and regulatory challenges. Take your company or career to the next level by registering to attend the dynamic Arctic Technology Conference. ATC boasts a top-quality technical program with speakers representing industry-leading companies as well as an exhibition and networking opportunities.

Network while you enjoy complimentary food and drinks

Conference Highlights
150+ Presentations 4 Topical Luncheons 5 Panels and Special Sessions Exhibition Luncheon ATC on Ice Receptions Your conference registration includes these thought-provoking panels: Plenary Session Arctic Core Capabilities Arctic Trailblazers Arctic Past Projects Global Arctic Market Outlook Pushing the Frontier

08:0009:00

Breakfast Bites

(Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday) Get ready for an informative morning by grabbing a quick cup of coffee and breakfast bites during registration and before the sessions begin.

Exhibition
The exhibition is the ideal place to research suppliers or the latest technologies available for the Arctic. Dont miss your chance to meet face-to-face with vendors, discuss products and services, and learn more about the latest offerings. While youre on the exhibition hall floor you can research solutions, network with colleagues and enjoy refreshment breaks.

10:4511:25 10:1510:55

Refreshment Break
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Refreshment Breaks
(Tuesday and Wednesday) Refresh and relax with a cup of coffee, tea or juice while perusing the exhibits.

About ATC
Founded in 1969, the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) is the worlds foremost event for the development of offshore resources in the fields of drilling, exploration, production and environmental protection. The Arctic Technology Conference (ATC) is built upon OTCs successful multidisciplinary approach, with 14 technical societies and organizations working together to deliver the worlds most comprehensive Arctic event. A program committee comprising geologists, geophysicists, engineers and academicians from the worlds top E&P companies and universities has ensured the importance and value of attending ATC for professionals responsible for energy operations in harsh Arctic environments.

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Exhibition Luncheon
(Tuesday) Enjoy complimentary lunch and take advantage of this opportunity to visit with exhibitors in a relaxed atmosphere.

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Refreshment Breaks

(Monday and Tuesday) Take an afternoon break and stop by for a cup of coffee, tea or soft drink.

ATC on Ice Receptions


(Monday and Tuesday) Join us for drinks and light snacks at the end-of-day receptions in the Exhibition Hall. This is a great chance to mingle with exhibitors and colleagues.

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10 12 February 2014

George R. Brown Convention Center

Schedule of Events
All events will take place at the George R. Brown Convention Center, Level 3. Use Hall B Entrance for easiest access.

Sunday, 9 February
12:0017:00......... Registration.............................................................................................Grand Ballroom Foyer

Monday, 10 February
07:3017:00......... Registration.............................................................................................Grand Ballroom Foyer 08:0009:00......... Breakfast Bites........................................................................................Grand Ballroom Foyer 09:0010:45......... Plenary Session.......................................................................................Grand Ballroom B 10:0018:00......... Exhibition ................................................................................................Exhibit Hall B3 10:4511:25......... Refreshment Break..................................................................................Exhibit Hall B3 11:2512:40......... Technical Sessions..................................................................................Grand Ballroom A, C and Room 310 12:4513:55......... Topical Luncheon (A. Michael Macrander)..........................................Room 320 12:4513:55......... Topical Luncheon (Kevin Williams)......................................................Room 332 14:0017:10......... Technical Sessions..................................................................................Grand Ballroom A, C and Room 310 14:0017:10......... Panel: Arctic Core Capabilities................................................................Grand Ballroom B 15:1515:55......... Refreshment Break..................................................................................Exhibit Hall B3 17:0018:00......... ATC on Ice Reception and Spotlight on Arctic Technology Awards........Exhibit Hall B3

Tuesday, 11 February
08:0017:00......... Registration.............................................................................................Grand Ballroom Foyer 08:0009:00......... Breakfast Bites........................................................................................Grand Ballroom Foyer 09:0012:10......... Technical Sessions..................................................................................Grand Ballroom A, C, Rooms 310, 320 and 332 09:0012:10......... Panel: Arctic Trailblazers.........................................................................Grand Ballroom B 10:0018:00......... Exhibition ................................................................................................Exhibit Hall B3 10:1510:55......... Refreshment Break..................................................................................Exhibit Hall B3 12:3013:45......... Exhibition Luncheon..............................................................................Exhibit Hall B3 14:0017:10......... Technical Sessions..................................................................................Grand Ballroom A, C, Rooms 310, 320 and 332 14:0017:10......... Panel: Arctic Past Projects......................................................................Grand Ballroom B 15:1515:55......... Refreshment Break..................................................................................Exhibit Hall B3 17:0018:00......... ATC on Ice Reception..............................................................................Exhibit Hall B3

Wednesday, 12 February
08:0014:00......... Registration.............................................................................................Grand Ballroom Foyer 08:0009:00......... Breakfast Bites........................................................................................Grand Ballroom Foyer 09:0012:10......... Technical Sessions..................................................................................Grand Ballroom A, C and Room 310 09:0012:10......... Panel: Global Arctic Market Outlook Pushing the Frontier!................Grand Ballroom B 10:0014:00......... Exhibition ................................................................................................Exhibit Hall B3 10:1510:55......... Refreshment Break..................................................................................Exhibit Hall B3 12:3013:45......... Topical Luncheon (Bill Scott and Frank Pokiak).................................Room 320 12:3013:45......... Topical Luncheon (Jostein Mykletun)..................................................Room 332 14:0016:40......... Technical Sessions..................................................................................Grand Ballroom A, B, C and Room 310

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Technical Program

MONDAY

PLENARY SESSION 09:0010:45 Grand Ballroom B Co-Chairs: Han Tiebout and Brian Miller Opening Remarks: Ed Stokes, OTC Board of Directors Ray Gosine
Associate Vice-President (Research) and a Professor and J.I. Clark Chair in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Memoria

Thomas Ostebo
Rear Admiral, US Coast Guard (Invited)

Richard Glenn
Executive Vice President of Lands and Natural Resources, Arctic Slope Regional Corporation

Kathy Dunderdale
Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador

Costas Makrygiannis
Senior Development and Operations Engineer, KUFPEC

MONDAY MORNING 10:4511:25 Refreshment Break 11:2512:40 Technical Sessions HEALTH, SAFETY, ENVIRONMENT (HSE) Grand Ballroom A Co-Chairs: Tom Gee and George Moridis Impact of Lubricating Materials on Arctic Subsea Production Systems: A. Akulichev1, A. Akulichev*2, B. Thorkildsen1 (1. FMC Kongsberg Subsea AS; 2. FMC Eurasia) Technical and Operational Adjustments to Ensure Diver HSE in Artic Environments: B. Bratkowski (EPIC Divers & Marine) Stations and Terminals Modeling for Risk and Reliability Assessment: J. L. Martinez Gonzalez1, I. Perez Taylor1, L. Martinez Gomez2, A. Garcia Hernandez3, E. M. Rodriguez Betancourt1 (1. Pemex; 2. Corrosion & Protection; 3. Southwest Research Institute) REGIONAL AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Grand Ballroom C Co-Chairs: Jennifer Young and Kerry Fellers Aboriginal Engagement and Development of Northern Projects: A. L. Reich, G. Bosgoed*, D. Willier, B. Collier (WorleyParsons) Engaging With an Indigenous Arctic Population: Listening and Building Trust from the Ground Up: E. Ede (Statoil) Fuel Use Optimization in Remote Electrical Power Grids: M. Mueller-Stoffels, G. Roe (University of Alaska) CODES AND STANDARDS Room 310 Co-Chairs: James Bond and Abdel Ghoneim Regulatory Requirements for a Migrating Industry in a Changing Climate: S. R. Jacobsen, S. A. Eriksson, K. G. Drum (Norwegian Petroleum Safety Authority)

Arctic Operations Handbook JIP: E. Wiersema1, F. Lange2, G. Cammaert4, F. Sliggers4, W. Jolles5, C. van der Nat3 (1. Heerema Marine Contractors; 2. Shell; 3. Bluewater Energy Services BV; 4. TU Delft; 5. Canatec Associates International Ltd.) Design Method for ISO 19906 Arctic Offshore Structures: G. A. Thomas1, D. Masterson2, R. McKenna3 (1. Graham A N Thomas Consulting Limited; 2. Chevron Canada; 3. R.F. McKenna Associates) MONDAY TOPICAL LUNCHEON 12:4513:55 / Room 320 Tickets are US $55 The Pursuit of Environmental Science in Support of Arctic Offshore Exploration A. Michael Macrander, Chief Scientist, Shell Alaska Exploration for offshore oil and gas in the U.S. Outer Continental Shelf presents a suite of physical, environmental, social, and regulatory challenges that are unique in the industry. This presentation will provide an overview of the Alaskan Arctic environment and social setting. The regulatory requirements will be explored, as well as the special challenges of active global opposition to Arctic resource development. The presentation will provide an overview of the Shell Arctic Science program and how it provides support to operations, regulatory affairs, and long term planning. Case studies will present specific examples of problem solving through application of an active science program.

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Houston, Texas

Technical Program

MONDAY

MONDAY TOPICAL LUNCHEON 12:45-13:55 / Room 332 Tickets are US $55 Sirluaq 3-D Beaufort Sea Marine Seismic Kevin Williams, Manager of Exploration Operations, Chevron Canada Resources As exploration pushes further into the Frontier areas, challenges escalate dramatically. Remote locations, lack of infrastructure and harsh weather are a few of the issues that must be recognized and addressed before embarking on an exploration project. In the summer of 2012, Chevron Canada Resources acquired 3700 square kilometers of exploration 3D on EL 460 in the Canadian Beaufort Sea. Years of planning and preparation culminated in the most successful offshore seismic exploration effort ever undertaken in the Canadian arctic. A large, high resolution data set was acquired in a remote location in a very constricted time window. No safety incidents occurred and there was negligible impact on the environment. MONDAY AFTERNOON 14:0017:10 Technical Sessions 15:1515:55 Refreshment Break 17:0018:00 ATC on Ice Reception and Spotlight on Arctic Technology Awards Presentation ICE LOADS: ANALYTICAL AND MODEL TESTING I Grand Ballroom A Co-Chairs: Feder King and George Li An Ice-Structure Interaction Model for Non-Simultaneous Ice Failure: B. Yu, D. G. Karr* (University of Michigan) An Implementation of ISO 19906 Formulae for Ice Loads on Fixed Structures Within a Probabilistic Framework Using the Sea Ice Loads Software: M. Richard, M. Fuglem, A. King (C-CORE) Numerical Simulations of Ice Loads on an Arctic Floater in Managed Ice: T. H. Amdahl, B. E. Bjrnsen, S. R. Sberg, O. J. Hagen (Ship Modelling & Simulation Centre AS) Quantile Regression Applied to the Global and Local Pressure Trends in ISO 19906: P. Spencer, T. Morrison (Ausenco) Quantile Regression A Statisticians Approach to the Local Ice Pressure-Area Relationship: T. Morrison, P. Spencer (Ausenco) PANEL: ARCTIC CORE CAPABILITIES Grand Ballroom B Moderator: Skip Ward This panel session will focus on providing base knowledge to the Generalist. Valuable knowledge was gained in the past that will serve well for future arctic developments. Speakers will address several key arctic topical areas. After the presentations a panel discussion with audience interaction will take place. Panelists: Mike Paulin, Operations Director, INTECSEA, Global Subsector Leader-Arctic Worley Parsons Arctic Pipelines

Peter Noble, Advisor, Noble Associates LLC Arctic Offshore Drilling Don Connelly, Marine Operations, Chevron Arctic Center Marine Operations in Arctic Waters Graham Thomas, Principal, AN Thomas Consulting Limited Fixed Structures in Ice Environments ICE PROPERTIES AND METOCEAN I Grand Ballroom C Co-Chairs: Thomas Krzewinski and Arto Uuskallio Sea Ice Thickness Surveying With Airborne EM Grounded Ridges and Ice Shear Zones Near Barrow, Alaska: S. Hendricks2, P. Hunkeler1, H. Eicken3, A. Mahoney3, T. Krumpen2, L. Rabenstein*2 (1. Alfred Wegener Institute; 2. Drift & Noise GmbH i.G.; 3. University Alaska) The Development of Ice Ridge Keel Strengths: E. Bailey1, J. Bruce1, A. Derradji2, M. Lau2 (1. C-CORE; 2. National Research Council) The Role of RADARSAT-2 SAR Data for Ice Seismic Operations: G. Staples1, R. Pierce2, B. Rabus1 (1. MDA; 2. Ion Geophysical) Case Study of the September 2012 Anchorage Windstorm: A. J. Artzer, M. Barnett, J. Basciani (ImpactWeather, Inc.) Autonomous Surface Vehicles for Arctic Data Collection: B. S. Anderson, A. Kleiner (C&C Technologies/ASV Services Division) Met-Ocean Services by FMI for Ice Management and Shipping in Ice: S. Majaniemi, P. Eriksson*, M. Lensu, J. Karvonen (Finnish Meteorological Institute) PRODUCTION FACILITIES AND STRUCTURES I Room 310 Co-Chairs: Chris Knudsen and Medhi Kharrazi A Disconnectable Dry Tree Semisubmersible Design Exposed to Iceberg and Harsh Environment: A. M. Mansour, M. Dib, J. James, D. Kumar (INTECSEA, Worleyparsons Group) Arctic Offshore Islands Lessons Learned: K. Hewitt (Chevron Arctic Center) GBS LNG Solution for Shallow Arctic Regions: E. Pinnerod1, E. Rolf1, J. Maughan*2, J. Raven2 (1. Kvaerner; 2. KBR) Bigfoot Arctic GBS Structure: W. Scott, J. Ciring (Chevron Arctic Center) Steel/Concrete Composite Ice Walls for Arctic Offshore Structures: M. Wernli, M. W. LaNier, K. Hjorteset (BergerABAM) Dynamic Response of Submerged Buoys Disconnected at Large Vessel Offsets: V. Srivastava, J. Hallai, J. Huang, B. Campbell, D. Fenz, T. Kokkinis (ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company)

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Technical Program

TUESDAY

TUESDAY MORNING 09:00-12:10 Technical Sessions 10:15-10:55 Refreshment Break ICE LOADS: ANALYTICAL AND MODEL TESTING II Grand Ballroom A Co-Chairs: Walt Spring and Walter Kuehnlein Large Ice Keels Impact Force Predictions in Light of Pressure-Area Equations: A. Derradji-Aouat, M. Lau (NRCCanada) Best Practice in Ice Model Testing on Moored Floaters in Application to the Shtokman Project: P. Jochmann, K. Evers, A. Haase (The Hamburg Ship Model Basin, HSVA) Conical Structures in Ice: The Roles Friction, Slope and Shape Play: A. Barker, M. Sayed (National Research Council) Model Tests of New Canadian Polar Icebreaker (John G. Diefenbaker): J. Wang1, J. Millan1, P. Egener2, D. Buxton2, D. McGreer3 (1. National Research Council Canada; 2. Canadian Coast Guard; 3. STX Marine Canada) Influence of Wave-Induced Heave Motions of Icebergs on Risks to Subsea Equipment: M. Fuglem, F. Ralph (C-CORE)

Mechanical Integrity and Defect Assessment of Offshore Pipeline Systems Using Finite Element Modelling: W. Hanif, S. Kenny (Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador) Development of a Fatigue Life Assessment Tool for Pipelines With Local Wrinkles Through Physical Testing and Numerical Modeling: F. Bakhtyar, S. Kenny (Memorial University of Newfoundland) Local Buckling Response of Flexible Pipe: A. Ebrahimi, S. Kenny (Memorial University of Newfoundland) Local Buckling and Mechanical Response of Reeled Pipe-InPipe Systems Using Finite Element Method: A. A. Dawood, S. Kenny (Memorial University of Newfoundland) Assessment of Parameters Influencing Lateral Buckling of Deep Subsea Pipe-in-Pipe Pipeline System Using Finite Element Modeling: M. M. Haq, S. Kenny (Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador) Countermeasures for Bending and Abrupt Uplift of a Fullscale Test Chilled Gas Pipeline Observed at Boundary Between Frozen Ground and Talik: S. Akagawa (Cryosphere Engineering Laboratory) PRODUCTION FACILITIES AND STRUCTURES II Room 310 Co-Chairs: Mehdi Kharrazi and Han Yu Deep Floating Concrete Platform With Storage Facilities: H. B. stlund, J. Jorgensen, J. Munkeby, S. O. Stromme (Kvaerner) Monotower Steel GBS Concept and Design Considerations: C. Wu, C. Ji* (INTECSEA) Fixed Platforms Development Challenges in Ice Infested Arctic: E. Rolf, G. Rognaas (Kvaerner) Numerical Simulations of the Response of a Spar to the Interaction with Drifting Ridges: B. Bonnemaire1, T. Lundamo1, N. Serr1, A. Fredriksen1, A. Jensen1, A. Grtner2 (1. Multiconsult; 2. Statoil) Floaters in Ice - Review of Challenges and Solutions: P. Liferov (Statoil ASA) Arctic Mooring Systems The Past, Present, and Future: C. T. Kwan1, J. Bond2, H. Yu2, A. Morandi3 (1. Kwan Engineering Services; 2. American Bureau of Shipping; 3. Global Maritime) Feasibility of a Conical Piled Monopod in Multiyear Ice Environment Offshore Northern Alaska: R. Aurora (ConocoPhillips Company) DRILLING I Room 320 Co-Chairs: Carlos Salamanca and Robert Ziegler Effective Monitoring of Auroral Electrojet Disturbances to Enable Accurate Wellbore Placement in the Arctic: B. Poedjono1, S. Maus2 (1. Schlumberger; 2. Magnetic Variations) Execution of a Winter Geotechnical Drilling Program on Ellesmere Island: L. Martin, H. Kullmann (WorleyParsons Canada Services) Temperature Modeling Used to Change Freeze Protection Procedures in North Slope Disposal Wells: L. Nofziger, A. Di Lullo, K. Hester (Eni)

PANEL: ARCTIC TRAILBLAZERS Grand Ballroom B Moderator: Gus Cammaert This panel session will involve several key industry pioneers who will present the Arctic knowledge gained prior to and during the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. Panel discussion with audience interaction will be held with questions like: What past lessons need to be included in todays projects? What new risks do you see? What new solutions do you see to solve past problems? How should remoteness impact the design? Panelists: Richard Glenn, Executive Vice President of Lands and Natural Resources, Arctic Slope Regional Corporation Native Traditional Arctic Experience for Future Arctic Developments David Dickins, Ice/Oil Spill Expert, Chevron Arctic Center Emergency, Escape and Rescue (EER) Systems Experience in the Arctic Brian Wright, Senior Ice/Concepts Advisor, Chevron Arctic Center Floating Structures in Ice Kevin Hewitt, Geotechnical/Ice, Chevron Arctic Center Application of Technology for Artificial Islands R.J. Brown, Director, R.J. Brown Deepwater, a Technip Company Execution of an Arctic Pipeline Project PIPELINES & EXPORT (PIPELINE INTEGRITY STRUCTURE) Grand Ballroom C Co-Chairs: John Bomba and Chris Knudsen Magnetic Tomography Method (MTM) A Remote NonDestructive Inspection Technology for Buried and Sub Sea Pipelines: I. Kolesnikov (Transkor Group Inc.)

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Technical Program

TUESDAY

Opportunities and Challenges for Arctic Oil and Gas Development: E. Stromquist1, R. Johnston1, D. Biette2 (1. The Eurasia Group; 2. The Wilson Center) Experimental Set-Up for Testing Cement Sheath Integrity in Arctic Wells: A. Albawi2, M. Torsaeter*1, N. Opedal1, A. Stroisz1, T. Vrlstad1 (1. SINTEF Petroleum Research; 2. Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) Exploration Drilling With Riserless Dual Gradient Technology in Artic Waters: S. Sverre, C. Endresen, R. Rezk, G. Tingvoll, M. Thorkildsen (AGR) OIL SPILL RESPONSE Room 332 Co-Chairs: Victoria Borje and Bill Abriel Arctic Pipeline Leak Detection Using Fiber Optic Cable Distributed Sensing Systems: P. Thodi (INTECSEA Canada) Spectral Fluorescence/Reflectance Optical Sensor Systems for Arctic Oil Spill Detection and Mapping: D. A. Richter1, G. Mooradian1, E. Marttila1, M. Solonenko1, E. Saade2 (1. QinetiQ North America; 2. Fugro EarthData, Inc.) Advancing Oil Spill Response in the Arctic: J. V. Mullin (OGP) Technological Development in Oil Recovery in Ice Conditions: G. W. Wilkman, A. Uuskallio, E. Ritari*, M. K. Niini (Aker Arctic Technology Inc.) Innovative Solutions for Arctic Oil Spill Management: R. Linna (Arctech Helsinki Shipyard) Innovative Solutions for Arctic Oil Spill Management: M. Kajosaari (Arctech Helsinki Shipyard) Oil Spill Response in the Arctic Can the Development of Technology Keep Up in the Race for the North?: H. Dahlslett, A. Wenke*, C. Spansvoll (Det Norske Veritas AS) TUESDAY AFTERNOON 14:00-17:10 Technical Sessions 15:15-15:55 Refreshment Break 17:00-18:00 ATC on Ice Reception ICE PROPERTIES AND METOCEAN II Grand Ballroom A Co-Chairs: Walt Spring and Walter Kuehnlein NE Greenland Ice Study Group and Recent Project Work: B. Wright1, J. Hammeken-Holm2, S. Robertson1, V. Renganathan1 (1. Chevron Arctic Center; 2. Bureau of Minerals and Petroleum) Acoustic Networks for Under Ice Observing Systems: J. E. Manley, J. Borden, C. Jones (Teledyne Marine Systems) The Identification of Extreme Ice Features in Satellite Imagery: D. Power, I. Zakharov, P. Bobby (C-CORE) The Detection of Multi-Year Ice Using Upward Looking Sonar Data: D. Fissel, E. Ross, L. Sadova, K. Borg, D. Sadowy, T. Mudge (ASL Environmental Sciences Inc.) Characterization of Hazardous Ice Using Spaceborne SAR and Ice Profiling Sonar: Preliminary Results: K. Ersahin, E. Ross, L. N. Brown, K. Borg, D. Fissel, G. Borstad, T. Mudge (ASL Environmental Sciences Inc.)

The Sensitivity of Ice Keel Statistics to Upward Looking Sonar Ice Draft Processing Methods: E. Ross1, O. Ekeberg2, D. Fissel1, T. Mudge1, A. Kanwar1, D. Sadowy1 (1. ASL Environmental Sciences Inc.; 2. Norwegian University of Science and Technology) PANEL: ARCTIC PAST PROJECTS Grand Ballroom B Moderators: John Bomba and Norm Carnahan Panelists: Alan Duguid, Drilling and Completions Lead Amauligak Project, ConocoPhillips Panarctic Drilling in the Canadian Arctic Islands Bill Scott, Manager, Arctic Center, Chevron Canada Limited Drilling in Offshore Canada TBD Drilling in the Cook Inlet and Chukchi Sea Jim Hawkins, Arctic Operations Manager, Imperial Oil Drilling from Ice Islands PIPELINES & EXPORT (ICE SCOUR) Grand Ballroom C Co-Chairs: Ahmed Derradji-Aouat and Rocky Taylor Highly Effective Sub-Arctic Pipeline Routing Evaluations Enabled by Spatial AHP: C. N. White1, M. Paulin*1, A. Palejwala1, K. Mower2 (1. INTECSEA; 2. WorleyParsons.) Ice Scour Simulation Database: Review and Knowledge Gap Analysis of Available Numerical Models: M. H. Babaei, D. Sudom (National Research Council Canada) A Database on Physical Simulations of Seabed Gouging by Ice Keels: Analysis and Critical Knowledge Gaps: P. D. Barrette1, D. Sudom2 (1. Consultant; 2. National Research Council Canada (NRC)) Ice Gouging Effect on Pipelines: P. Liferov1, H. Nes1, J. Asklund2, K. Shkhinek3 (1. Statoil ASA; 2. Simulia Scandinavia; 3. St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University) Trenching of Pipelines for Protection in Ice Environments: M. Paulin, J. Cocker, D. DeGeer (INTECSEA) Arctic Offshore Pipeline Design and Installation Challenges: M. Paulin, D. DeGeer, G. Lanan (INTECSEA) Parameters Affecting the Buckling and Post-Buckling Behavior of High Strength Pipelines: A. Fatemi1, S. Kenny2 (1. IMV Projects; 2. Memorial University of Newfoundland)

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Technical Program

TUESDAY

EMERGENCY, ESCAPE AND RESCUE (EER) Room 310 Co-Chairs: Wayne Hamilton and Claude Brancart Peak Ice Loads on a Lifeboat in Pack Ice Conditions: A. Kennedy1, A. J. Simoes Re*1, B. Veitch2 (1. National Research Council; 2. Memorial University of Newfoundland) Accidents and Emergency Response in the Arctic Sea: S. Basharat1, K. ien2 (1. Aker Solutions MMO AS; 2. SINTEF) Operability of Lifeboats in Pack Ice: Coxswains Skill and Design Factors: R. Billard1, B. Veitch2, S. MacKinnon2, A. J. Simoes Re3 (1. Virtual Marine Technology Inc.; 2. Memorial University; 3. National Research Council) Arctic Resources Preparation and Planning: P. Benedict (BT Holdings) ARKTOS Shear Zone Evacuation Craft Self-Righting Model Tests: T. A. Hall1, M. Kharrazi2, B. Seligman3 (1. Hall Marine Design Ltd.; 2. Shell International Exploration and Production Inc.; 3. ARKTOS Developments Ltd.) SARiNOR A Norwegian Initiative on Search and Rescue in Arctic Waters: T. E. Berg1, E. Dyrkoren2, T. Husjord3 (1. MARINTEK; 2. Maritim21; 3. Maritime Forum Northern Norway) DRILLING II Room 320 Co-Chairs: Chengwu Yuan and Robert Ziegler Rapid Kick Detection and Down-Hole Pressure Control in Managed Pressure Drilling Using Robust Controller: A. Nandan, S. Imtiaz, S. Butt (Memorial University of Newfoundland) Drilling in Ice Prone Waters in the 1970s and Now Comparisons and Contrasts: P. G. Noble (Noble Associates LLC) Extension of Arctic Drilling Season: M. Urycheva, O. Gudmestad* (University of Stavanger) Drilling-with-Casing System Continues Successful Drilling of Permafrost Sections in Arctic Circle of Western Siberia (Russian Federation): G. Valiyev, D. Priymachenko, S. Beattie, S. Kulikov (Weatherford) New Fluid and Solids Control Management Equipment Onboard North Sea Rid Reduces Cuttings Waste Volume and Improves Arctic Related Challenges: T. Grelland, J. Vasshus (Cubility AS) GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS Room 332 Co-Chairs: Michael Enachescu and Bill Goodway Innovative Seismic Acquisition Techniques Improve Data Quality on Alaskas North Slope: O. Winter, P. Maxwell, R. Schmid, H. Watt, E. Bathellier* (CGG) Tectono-Stratigraphic Evolution of the Lower Cretaceous in the Barents Sea: A. Escalona1, S. Olaussen2 (1. University of Stavanger; 2. University Centre in Svalbard) Application of Ground Penetrating RADAR for Profiling and Bathymetric Survey of Shallow Frozen Lakes: W. J. Lee, R. Poeckert (TerraSond Limited)

Measurement of Bedrock Deformation Associated With Present-Day Ice Mass Loss in Greenland Using Satellite Radar Interferometry: W. Zhao1, F. Amelung1, T. Dixon2, S. Wdowinski1 (1. University of Miami; 2. University of South Florida) High Density Data Acquisition on the North Slope: R. Schmid, O. Winter (CGG) Simultaneous Dual Vessel Marine 3-D Seismic Acquisition in Baffin Bay, Greenland: M. Makhorin1, F. Smit2, D. St. Peter1, T. Williams3, P. Fontana1 (1. Polarcus; 2. Shell Global Solutions International; 3. ION GX Technologies) Broad-Band Source Signature Modelling to Assess the Environmental Impact of Seismic Exploration in Vulnerable Regions: J. F. Wislff, A. V. Goertz*, J. Ali (PGS Geophysical AS)

Conference Proceedings CD
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Technical Program
Wednesday Morning 09:00-12:10 Technical Sessions 10:15-10:55 Refreshment Break ICE LOADS: ANALYTICAL AND MODEL TESTING III Grand Ballroom A Co-Chairs: Roger Cordes and Michael Coyne Ice Load Estimation Methods for LNG Jetty Design in Various Ice-Structure Interactive Conditions: N. Nakazawa1, T. Terashima2 (1. Systems Engineering Associates, Inc.; 2. Kumashiro System Frontier Co., Ltd.) Ice Load Calculation for Arctic Structures and Pipelines Using 3-D Dynamic Non-Linear Finite Element Analysis: N. O. Akinci1, Q. Lu1, A. Sari1, S. Wang2 (1. Atkins; 2. Bechtel) Global and Local Iceberg Loads for an Arctic Floater: I. Jordaan1, P. Stuckey2, P. Liferov3, F. Ralph2 (1. CroasdaleJordaan Research Inc.; 2. C-CORE; 3. Statoil ASA) First Year Ice Rubble: Shear Resistance and Rock Berm Interaction: R. Phillips, R. McAffee, J. Barrett (C-CORE) Gaps in Knowledge and Analysis Technology of Ice-GougePipeline Interaction: A. Eltaher (MCS Kenny) Methodology for Combined Local and Global Ice Pressure Estimation Based on a Probabilistic Model of High Pressure Zone Behaviour Derived From Field Data: R. S. Taylor, M. Richard (C-CORE) PANEL: GLOBAL ARCTIC MARKET OUTLOOK PUSHING THE FRONTIER! Grand Ballroom B Moderators: Kerry Fellers and Jim Malachowski The Arctic market is quickly evolving. As global energy demand grows, some anticipate 40% by 2030, the push for new resources will also push the frontier. Oil and gas will continue to play a leading role well into the future, comprising more than 50% of the global energy mix in 2030. Challenges to supply this market and bring the new supplies to the market in an efficient manner are also increasing. Industry leaders from different perspectives on the Arctic will discuss how they see the Arctic market unfolding. Panelists: Edward Richardson, Analyst, Infield Thomas Brown, Professor Emeritus, Department of Engineering, University of Calgary Costas Makrygiannis, Senior Development and Operations Engineer, KUFPEC Catherine Jahre-Nilsen, Arctic Portfolio and Technology Manager, Statoil Arctic Unit, Statoil Darrin Willhauer, Global Product Line Director, Baker Hughes Tim Crome, Director Sales & Business Development, Technip
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ICE BREAKERS Grand Ballroom C Co-Chairs: Rod Allan and Peter Noble Results Using Azipod Propulsion in Ice Management Operation: S. Hanninen, T. Heideman, O. Toivanen (ABB Marine) Increasing Role of Marine Support in the Arctic Offshore Exploration Drilling: A. Brovkin, D. Connelly, W. Scott (Chevron Arctic Center) Next Generation to Break the Ice The Oblique Icebreaker: E. Ritari, A. Uuskallio, M. Hovilainen* (Aker Arctic Technology Inc.) On Full-scale Ship Performance Measurements: G. W. Wilkman, T. Heinonen, T. Leivisk (Aker Arctic Technology Inc.) Development of Icebreaking Ships: G. W. Wilkman, T. Mattsson (Aker Arctic Technology Inc.) Safe Speed Analysis to Establish Operating Envelopes for Polar Class OSVs: J. R. Dolny, H. Yu (ABS) AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES (AIR, LAND AND SUBSEA) Room 310 Co-Chairs: Tom Gee and Claude Brancart Sabertooth a Seafloor Resident Hybrid AUV / ROV System for Long Term Deployment: J. Siesjo (Saab North America, Inc.) Sea Ice Thickness Observed in Fram Strait: 1990-2011: E. Hansen (Multiconsult) Arctic Relay Communications, Data Exchange and Enhancement Protocol (ARCDEEP) Through-Ice High Data Rate Optical Communication System: D. A. Richter1, G. Mooradian1, E. Marttila1, M. Solonenko1, E. Saade2 (1. QinetiQ North America; 2. Fugro EarthData, Inc.) Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (SUAS) Supporting Safe, Cost Effective, Environmentally Friendly Alternatives to Surveillance and Science Gathering Requirements in Hazardous Environments: M. Ziska (AeroVironment) Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in the Oil and Gas Sector: W. Pearce (Ingrobotic Aviation) WEDNESDAY TOPICAL LUNCHEON 12:30-13:45 / Room 320 Tickets are US $55 Alternative Well Kill System Drilling in the Arctic Bill Scott, General Manager, Chevron Arctic Center, Calgary, Canada and Frank Pokiak, Chair, Inuvialuit Game Council, Tuktoyaktuk, NWT, Canada With the post Macondo move towards shorter duration well secure techniques, it is an appropriate time to get an industry and local stakeholder view of these developments from an Arctic perspective. Frank Pokiak, Chair of the Inuvialuit Game Council (IGC), a key stakeholder in the Canadian Beaufort Sea and Bill Scott, General Manager of the Chevron Arctic Center, will outline their thoughts on this key issue in a frank and open forum that will provide attendees with a unique insight into both sides of this important discussion.

WEDNESDAY

POKIAK

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Technical Program

WEDNESDAY

WEDNESDAY TOPICAL LUNCHEON 12:30-13:45 / Room 332 Tickets are US $55 The Arctic: Opening of a New Ocean Implications for the Energy and Shipping and Offshore Sectors Jostein Mykletun, Royal Norwegian Consulate General The backdrop for the presentation is the dramatic changes taking place in the Arctic Region, most importantly the fast melting of the Arctic Ice Sheet, opening a new ocean. Dr. Mykletun will address the implications for maritime transport, the exploration of offshore oil and gas, minerals, and the fishing industry. Coupled to these factors and processes, the presentation will include some wider geopolitical considerations pertaining to the global energy mix, climate outlook, and international trade. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 14:0016:40 Technical Sessions 15:1515:25 Break ICE LOADS & NUMERICAL SIMULATION Grand Ballroom A Co-Chairs: Roger Cordes and Abdel Ghoneim Discrete Element Method Helps Determine Load Levels for Ice-Capable Jackups: S. Ji2, J. Liu*1, H. Yu1 (1. ABS; 2. Dalian University of Technology) Implementation of a Numerical Ice Tank Using a Physics Engine: I. Metrikin, A. Grtner (Statoil ASA) A New Ice Simulation Tool Using a Multi- Model Program: B. Roberts1, C. Septseault2, P. Bal2, S. Le Yaouanq2, A. Dudal3 (1. Technip; 2. Cervval; 3. Bureau Veritas) Event Mechanics Simulations for Ice Engineering Applications: C. Daley (Memorial Univ.) Numerical Simulation of Floating Structures in Ice: L. Zhou, P. Bruun* (Aker Solutions) Numerical Simulations of Ice Forces on Moored and DynamicPositioned Drillships: M. Sayed1, I. Kubat1, B. Wright2, J. Millan3 (1. National Research Council; 2. B. Wright and Associates; 3. National Research Council) OPERATIONS Grand Ballroom B Co-Chairs: Albert Aalbers and Ed Wiersema Technology Opportunities for Reducing the Cost of Natural Gas Hydrate (NGH) Development as a Gas Resource: M. Max, A. H. Johnson* (Hydrate Energy International) Aerial Reconnaissance in Support of Arctic Drilling Operations: Requirements, Potential Solutions and Challenges: V. Y. Garas Yanni1, A. Simms2, T. Lennox2, J. Hamilton1, J. Blunt1, T. Kokkinis1 (1. ExxonMobil URC; 2. LPS AVIA Consulting)

Cluster Development of the Barents and Kara Seas HC Mega Basins From the Novaya Zemlya Archipelago: Y. Efimov, K. Kornishin (Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas) Precise GNSS Positioning in Arctic Regions: K. de Jong, X. Liu, M. Goode, M. Stone (Fugro Intersite B.V.) DYPIC Project: Technological and Scientific Progress Opening New Perspectives: S. Kerkeni1, X. Dal Santo1, O. Doucy1, P. Jochmann2, A. Haase2, I. Metrikin3, S. Lset3, N. Jenssen4, T. Hals4, A. Grtner5, P. Moslet6, S. Stle-Hentschel6 (1. DCNS-Research/Sirehna; 2. HSVA; 3. NTNU; 4. Kongsberg Maritime; 5. Statoil; 6. DNV) Application of a Novel Cable and Pipeline Detection Method for the Arctic Environment: J. Nash (TerraSond Limited) ICE MANAGEMENT AND NAVIGATION Grand Ballroom C Co-Chairs: David Molyneux and Alain Wassink A Tactical Ice Management Simulation Methodology and Approach: B. Wright1, R. McKenna2, R. P. Browne1 (1. Chevron Arctic Center; 2. R.F. McKenna Associates) The Question of Pack Ice Management and Some Associated Realities: R. P. Browne, B. Wright, D. Connelly (Chevron Arctic Center) Ice Hazard Assessment for Offshore Operations: M. Brown, P. Stuckey, M. Fuglem, A. King (C-CORE) Design of a Toolkit to Support Ice/Iceberg Surveillance and Advisory Work for Offshore Petroleum Operations: S. Tiffin (Canatec) Dynamic Routing Through Waters Partially Covered with Sea Ice: P. Schtz (DNV Research & Innovation) A NRT Approach to Accurate Ice Edge Information: A. Debien (Kongsberg Satellite Services) LOGISTICS AND TERMINALS Room 310 Co-Chairs: Rod Allan and Han Tiebout Installation of the Arkutun-Dagi GBS Offshore Sakhalin in the Sea of Okhotsk.: R. E. de Jong1, V. Budko2, T. G. Gijzel*1, H. M. de Weers1 (1. Van Oord Offshore; 2. Sovcomflot Group) The MARENOR Project Maritime Radio System Performances in the High North: B. Kvamstad (MARINTEK) Requirements on Logistics to Tow Large Gravity Based Structures to the Chukchi and Beaufort Sea: M. Wernli1, K. L. FitzGerald2, K. Hjorteset1, M. W. LaNier1 (1. BergerABAM; 2. The Glosten Associates) Managing Offshore Superstructure Icing: C. Ryerson (Cold Regions Research & Engineering Lab) Application of Risk-Based Winterization to a HarshEnvironment Vessel Design: D. Oldford1, F. Khan2, M. Yang2 (1. ABS; 2. Memorial University of Newfoundland) Arctic Port Relocatable: J. C. Lewis (JCLA Consulting Ltd.)

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Exhibition
The ATC exhibition is your opportunity to meet with the producers and suppliers of the latest technologies, services and products you need.
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Exhibition Hours
Monday, 10 February.................10:0018:00 Tuesday, 11 February.................10:0018:00 Wednesday, 12 February............10:0014:00

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Exhibitors (as of 8 October 2013)
American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) Advanced Mat Systems Inc. Aker Arctic Technology Inc Aker Solutions Arctech Helsinki Shipyard Inc. Arctic Oil Spill Response Technology Joint Industry Programme Arktos Developments Ltd. Arup Texas Inc. American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) ASL Environmental Sciences Inc. American Society of Mechanical EngineersPetroleum Division/International Petroleum Technology Institute (ASME-PD/IPTI) Brown Book Shop C-Core Det Norske Veritas (DNV) Dowland-Bach Equipmentland/Therm Dynamics Finnish Pavilion Fugro Global Linguist Services LLC Golder Associates Greenberry Industrial GustoMSC HB Rentals Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers-Oceanic Engineering Society (IEEE-OES) ImpactWeather, Inc. A STORMGEO Company Implus Corporation

ION Kvaerner Concrete Solutions AS Liquid Robotics Oil and Gas Lynden Marine Technology Society (MTS) MDA Geospatial Services Inc. MetOcean Mission Critical Energy Inc. (Starboard Sun) Northern Geotechnical Engineering Terra Firma Testing Oceanic Consulting Corporation Offshore Magazine Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) PND Engineers, Inc. Petroleum Geo-Services Prinoth

Provincial Aerospace RPS Scan Pacific Northwest, LLC Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) The Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers (SNAME) Stress Engineering Services TECHNIP TerraSond Limited TGS Thompson Metal Fab Transkor Group Inc Vigor Industrial World Oil Worley Parsons/INTECSEA

Shine the Spotlight on Innovation


The Spotlight on Arctic Technology returns to Arctic Technology Conference in 2014! Exhibitors will once again compete to see who has the most recent, noteworthy technologies, and the winner will be honored at an awards event in the Exhibition Hall. The companies contending for top honors will make a video available to view at the exhibition and the awards will be presented Monday, 10 February at the ATC on Ice Reception. You wont want to miss it.

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Refund Policy: Cancellations received by 10 January 2014 will be refunded less a $50 cancellation fee. No refunds will be issued after 10 January 2014.
SPONSORING ORGANIZATIONS: American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG), American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers (AIME), American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), ASME International Petroleum Technology Institute (ASME-IPTI), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Oceanic and Engineering Society (IEEE-OES), Marine Technology Society (MTS), Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG), Society of Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration (SME), Society for Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME), Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society (TMS) REGIONAL SPONSORING ORGANIZATION: Brazilian Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels Institute (IBP) ENDORSING ORGANIZATIONS: International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC), Petroleum Equipment Suppliers Association (PESA)

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Register now for Arctic Technology Conference 2014. With the support of the industrys leading scientific associations, OTC gathers the leaders of Arctic exploration & production in one place to discuss the latest innovations and solutions to challenges faced in the Arctic arenas. The specialized technical program, networking events and active exhibition hall provide every opportunity for industry professionals to exchange practical knowledge and prepare for success in Arctic regions.

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