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2 5 December 2014 | Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Unlocking the Full Potential of Offshore


Reserves with Innovative Solutions

Key Speakers to Watch Out for:

Mns Lidgren
CEO
Rex
International
Holding

Robert Ziegler
Head
Deepwater
Drilling
Technology
Petronas
Carigali

Ken Tun
Chairman &
CEO
Parami Energy
Group

Leong Seng
Keat
CEO
Nam Cheong

John
Westwood
Chairman
Douglas
Westwood

Speaker Highlights

Lin Song
Deputy Project
Director &
Research
Engineer
PetroChina

Dan K. Eberhart
CEO
Canary

NEW TRACKS
for 2014
Maximising the Recovery Factor
from Your Oilfields

David Ontosari
Geologist
PT Pertamina
Hulu Energi

Christopher
Newport
Managing
Director
Corsair
Petroleum

Omer Gurpiner
EOR Technical
Director
Schlumberger

Alessandro
Baldanzi
Platform Leader,
LNG & NG
Offshore
GE Oil & Gas

Nicolas Zanen
VP, Trading
Cheniere
Energy

Shaping the New Era of Deepwater


through Game Changing Technologies
Will Change Come in the
Asian LNG Market?
New Frontiers for Gas Shale and FLNG

Uncover successful business strategies and innovative solutions to


unlock the full potential of your business. Key topics include:









Where do we go next to find new hydrocarbon reserves?


The key to shorten your EOR production cycle
Developing the next wave technologies for unconventional and deepwaters
Drilling for the future Drilling rigs that are suitable for the different water depth
Managing uncertainties impacting Asias LNG market
Big opportunities for developing small-mid scale LNG supply
Moving to a digital oilfield framework
Myanmar Unlocking the un-touch golden land
Vessels - Stepping into the future of subsea and deepwater developments
Dynamic Positioning: Improving Performance in Mid-Deepwater

Held Alongside:

Organiser:

Worldwide Associate:

Track Sponsor:

Supporting Organisation:

Sourcing for New Oil and Gas


Reserve for Asia Market
The Need for Digital Oilfield
Offshore Platforms and Vessels
Technical Session 1:
Drilling and Completions
Technical Session 2: Asset Integrity The Key to Reduce HSE Risk
Technical Session 3:
Offshore Pipelines and Flow Assurance
Workshop A: Best Practices in HPHT
Drilling and Well Design

Endorsed By:

Workshop B: Asset Integrity Management


Getting the Right Framework

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Welcome to
OSEA2014 International
Conference

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International Conference
Industry

The energy landscape is changing radically. The easy


to get to oil is gone, leaving oil and gas companies the
need to drill deeper and deeper to find other deposits.
Finding new potential reserves presents problems that
require new technologies to produce barrels of oil and
gas economically, and producing from deep water. Oil
and gas companies are pushing the boundaries of what
is possible using the latest subsea technology and
relying more heavily than ever before on the growing
global fleet of subsea vessels.
OSEA International Conference, a biennial event
returns this 2-5 December 2014 with a brand new
programme and a new theme Unlocking the Full
Potential of Offshore Reserves with Innovative
Solutions. Over 300 attendees will make the trip from
all corners of the globe to hear from 110+ industry
thought leaders who will deliver their successful
strategies and solutions youre looking for to succeed in
the offshore arena.

Whats New For 2014

Developed in close consultation with key industry


stakeholders, the 2014 programme has been researched
and designed to meet the most critical needs of this
industry. Bringing to you ten new tracks, two new
workshops and all-new 110+ speakers, all under one
roof.

Join Us!

Hesitate no more, gather your team and meet with


business leaders and key representatives at OSEA2014
International Conference from 2 - 5 December 2014 at
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.
See you this December in Singapore!

Industry Networking Night

Engineering, Construction,
Drilling & Contracting
Services - 24%

Oil & Gas Exploration &


Production - 26%

Chemical Processing and


Oil & Gas Processing/LNG
& Petrochemical
Plant/Refinery - 2%

Equipment and Solution


Providers - 20%
Project Consultancy - 16%

Trade & Government


Agencies/Academic/Others
- 12%

Job Function

Corporate/General
Management - 32%
Engineering Management - 16%
Exploration & Production - 7%

Geological/Geophysical
Interpretation/Analysis - 2%

Maintenance & Operations/


Quality Control & Safety/
Environmental - 10%
Project Management

Research & Development


- 14%
Sales & Marketing - 3%
Designing/Others - 10%

Country / Region

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Australasia - 63%
Asia - 22%
Europe/US - 9%

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Middle East and the Rest


of the World - 6%

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Network With
110+ Oil & Gas Experts Including:
Michael
Maloney
CEO
Accelerated Oil
Technologies

Basim Faraj
VP New
Ventures
Tamboran
Resources

Tauseef Kureshi
Global
Programme
Delivery
Manager
Velocity
(previously BG
Group)

Mark Woepple
President, CEO
Pinnacle
Strategies

Vinay Kumar
Gupta
General
Manager-Head
Operational
Monitoring
Group
Oil and
Natural Gas
Corporation
(ONGC)

Sampe L Purba
Senior Lead
Specialist
Upstream
Business
Support
Management
SKKMIGAS

Mohamed
Daoud
Manager
Engineering &
Projects (E&P)
Abu Dhabi
Company for
Onshore Oil
Operations
(ADCO)

Matthieu Lamy
CEO Document
Management
and Control
Expert,
Talengi,
GDF Suez

Prof. Dr. Maizar


Rahman
Former
Indonesian
OPEC Governor
and Former
PT Pertamina
Commissioner
LEMIGAS

Shreenaath
Natarajan
Technical
Director
2H Offshore

Michael
Surkein
Senior
Consultant
Materials
Selection and
Corrosion
Control Group
ExxonMobil

U Lynn Myint
General
Manager
North
Petro-Chem
Corporation
(Myanmar)

Sonny Llave
Business
Manager
Wood Group
Kenny

Richard Barker
General
Manager
Asia Pacific
FMC
Technologies

Johan GullmanStrand
Manager R&D,
Computational
Methods and
Data Systems
Lloyds Register
Energy

Shawn
Broussard
Project Advisor
Halliburton

Alberto
Migliucci
CEO
Petra
Commodities
(Asia)

Mohd Amin
Shoushtari
Faculty Member,
Senior Lecturer
Universiti
Teknologi
Petronas

Alisher Ali
Chairman
Silk Road
Finance

Mateus da
Costa
Director of
Exploration &
Acreage Release
Autoridade
Nacional do
Petroleo

William Sember
Vice President
Global Marketing
ABS

Cedric
Morandini
Head of Naval
Architecture
SBM Offshore

Gunnar Haug
Managing
Director
Ulstein Asia

Govinder Singh
Chopra
Managing
Director
SeaTech
Solutions
International

Jnos Szelnyi
Production
Technology
Advisor Production
& Field
Development
MOL Group

Rolv Stokkmo
Managing
Director
and Partner
GasPartners

Ashish Sethia
APAC Lead Gas & Power,
Regional
Manager-South
& Southeast Asia
Bloomberg
New Energy
Finance

Ahmed
Alghamdi
Engineer II
Saudi Aramco
Oil Company

Panneer
Selvam
Subsea Pipeline
Manager
McDermott
Asia Pacific

Ranali Perara
Petroleum
Economist
Petroleum
Resources
Development
Secretariat, Sri
Lanka
Andr Baken
Founding Partner
Digital Oilfield
Assessment
Services
(DOFAS)

Soekoesen
Soemarinda
General
Manager
Singapore
Petroleum
Company

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Morning Plenaries
2 December 2014, Tuesday I 9.10am 10.40am

4 December 2014, Thursday I 9.10am 11.10am

Opening Joint Keynote: The Future of Oil & Gas Exploration and
Supply
What are the future trends of global oil and gas exploration?
Identifying the architecture and drivers of future oil and gas supply
Identifying the future technology trends
Exploration of new frontier basins
Sustaining long term production and maximising ultimate recovery

Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) Corrosion


Control Design and Operational Integrity Excellence
Understanding the need for well developed and thought out corrosion
control designs to help assure safe long term FPSO operations
Find out why detailed corrosion control monitoring and inspection plan
should be part of the standard operational practices
Experienced corrosion/materials engineers - How can they be a valuable
resource for design of corrosion control systems and development of
corrosion monitoring and inspection integrity plans for FPSOs

John
Westwood
Chairman
Douglas
Westwood

Dan K.
Eberhart
CEO
Canary

Joint Case Study: Leadership in Safety


The story of a world-class cultural change programme, created by an EPIC
contractor and shared to the industry through a not for profit foundation. It
is successfully adopted by a global marine organisation. The presentation
will address key themes such as:
The importance of sharing, learning and networking
The fundamentals of safety leadership
The secret of sustainable behavioural and cultural change
Emotional engagement to hit a global audience
Davide Scotti
Behavioral
Safety
Manager
Saipem

Quinten de
Bruine
HSE Head
Vroon

3 December 2014, Wednesday I 9.10am 10.30am


Opening Keynote: Where do We Go Next to Find New Hydrocarbon
Reserves?
The energy landscape is changing radically. The Easy to get to oil is
gone, leaving oil companies the need to drill deeper and deeper to find
other deposits. The process of extracting oil from reservoirs is becoming
more difficult, resulting in higher cost, which puts at risk the businesses
of the operators and contractors. Finding new potential reserves presents
problems that require new technologies to produce barrels of oil and gas
economically, and producing from deep water.
Mns Lidgren, CEO of Rex International Holding will share his perspective
on how the company is using technology to find hydrocarbons in an
economical and effective way, the challenges of gaining acceptance of
the technology, and the overall success of the technology. He will also
address the challenge of how to reduce the costs of the entire oil and gas
E&P industry by new innovative technical approaches.
Mns Lidgren
CEO
Rex
International
Holding

Keynote: The Next LNG Frontier and Roadmap in China


Overview of Chinas current gas industry with a focus on plans,
pricing/costing, policies, investments and how the country is meeting
the demand for natural gas
Understanding how the Chinese LNG market operates
What are the current and future projects and key LNG assets in
PetroChina?
Identifying the pros and cons of working with local vs. international
technology and equipment providers What are oil and gas operators
especially in China looking for?
Lin Song
Deputy Project
Director &
Research
Engineer
PetroChina

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Michael Surkein
Senior Consultant,
Materials Selection
and Corrosion
Control Group
ExxonMobil

Stakeholders Panel: Meeting the Future of Offshore Developments


Are Current Rigs and Vessels Adequately Equipped and Designed to
Meet this Demand?
The demand for oil and gas is expected to continue increasing in the
future and this will result in a corresponding increase in production,
especially from the offshore regions. There has been a market shift
towards increased offshore exploration especially in deepwater and ultradeep water regions where development drilling is expected to drive
demand till 2020.
The offshore industry is relying more heavily than ever before on the
growing global fleet of subsea vessels. Oil and gas operators are now
pushing the boundaries of what is possible using the latest subsea for
large-scale development projects. Rig owners around the world are
commissioning more deepwater vessels to be built, with contracts for
drillships or semi submersibles.
Key stakeholders have been invited to address key topics (not limited to)
such as:
Market outlook of global drilling rig and current construction trends in
Asia
What are the upcoming mid to deepwater water projects and
developments
Meeting the objectives of decreasing drilling years to days and
operational cost
Drilling rig that is suitable for the different water depth Drilling for
the future
Are current vessels adequately equipped and designed to meet this
demand?
Are the current subsea vessels equipped to cope with complex
exploration and production projects in deeper waters?
What are the technology gaps that are preventing vessel owners from
achieving these objectives?
What are oil and gas companies looking for in an OSV owner?
Individual presentation will be shared followed by a panel discussion.
Moderator:
Dan K.
Eberhart
CEO
Canary

Nitish Gupta
Executive
Director and
CEO, Offshore
Construction
Swiber Offshore
Construction
Services (tentative)

Alf Kare
Adnanes
Vice
President,
Technology
Manager Marine &
Cranes
ABB

Leong Seng
Keat
CEO
Nam Cheong

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Robert
Ziegler
Head
Deepwater
Drilling
Technology
Petronas
Carigali

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Programme at a glance
CONFERENCE DAY 1: 2nd DECEMBER 2014 - TUESDAY
Opening Joint Keynote: The Future of Oil & Gas Exploration
Joint Case Study: Leadership in Safety
*Morning Plenary: Open to all Conference Delegates and Speakers

Maximising the Recovery Factor


from Your Oilfields

Will Change Come in the Asian LNG Market?

Technical
Session 1:
Drilling and
Completions

>> Managing Uncertainties Impacting


Asias LNG Market

>> The Key to Shorten Your EOR


Production Cycle
>> EOR Field Case Studies

>> What Role Can the North America


LNG Play in Asia?

>> The Critical Need for Planning and Execution


What is Your EOR Strategy?

>> How will LNG be Priced


Will it Continue to be Oil Linked?

*Technical session
will start at
1.40pm-4.50pm

CONFERENCE DAY 2: 3rd DECEMBER 2014 WEDNESDAY


Opening Keynote: Where do We Go Next to Find New Hydrocarbon Reserves?
Keynote: The Next LNG Frontier and Roadmap in China
*Morning Plenary: Open to all Conference Delegates and Speakers

Shaping the New Era of


Deepwater through Game
Changing Technologies

New Frontiers for Gas


Shale and FLNG

>> Developing the Next Wave


Technologies for Unconventional
and Deepwaters

>> Shale Gas Moving to Asia


What will Happen to the LNG
Market?

>> How Do We Approach Flow


Assurance, the Techniques and
Workflows to Manage Tomorrows
Deepwater Production

>> Deepwater FLNG


Modularisation Is this the Key to
Future LNG Developments

>> Extending the Life of Offshore


Assets Turning them into New
Revenue Streams

>> Big Opportunities for


Developing Small-Mid Scale LNG
Supply

The Need for Digital Oilfield


>> Moving to a Digital Oilfield
Framework
>> Digital Oilfields
Implementation Case Studies
>> Improving Communications
Infrastructure and Network
Security for Onshore and
Offshore Operations

Technical
Session 2:
Asset Integrity The Key to Reduce
HSE Risk
*Technical session
will start at
2.00pm-5.20pm

CONFERENCE DAY 3: 4th DECEMBER 2014 - THURSDAY


Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) Corrosion Control Design and Operational Integrity Excellence
Stakeholders Panel: Meeting the Future of Offshore Developments
Are Current Rigs and Vessels Adequately Equipped and Designed to Meet this Demand?
*Morning Plenary: Open to all Conference Delegates and Speaker

Offshore Platforms and Vessels


Unlocking the New Opportunities
in Offshore Market

Sourcing for New Oil and


Gas Reserve for Asia Market
>> Country Focus:
Myanmar Unlocking the
Un-Touch Golden Land
Australia Will Australia Become the Worlds
Leading LNG Exporter?
East Timor and Indonesia

>> Stepping into the Future of Subsea and


Deepwater Developments
>> Dynamic Positioning
Improving Performance in Mid-Deepwater
>> Current FPSO Developments in Asia

Technical
Session 3:
Offshore Pipelines
and Flow
Assurance
*Technical session
will start at
2.00pm-5.20pm

CONFERENCE DAY 4: 5th DECEMBER 2014 - FRIDAY


WORKSHOP A

WORKSHOP B

Best Practices in High Pressure


High Temperature (HPHT) Drilling & Well Design

Asset Integrity Management


Getting the Right Framework

Testimonials from 2012:


Well organised,
informative, and useful
conference.
Ottar Hermansen,
Business Network, Oil & Gas,
Maritime Innovation Norway

Arrived seeking
knowledge on my
industry. Received it in
bucket loads. Well done
to all involved!
Jim Spottiswood
Logistics Superintendent
Santos

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As a first timer to
this conference, I am
impressed by the
great organisation and
networking opportunities
here.
Jerod Hoffman
Chief Financial Officer
TritonTek

Its very useful for


the people in the oil &
gas business as well
as for others. I found
the conference useful,
and also the exhibition.
Please have more
conferences in the
future!
Yi Junseog
VP Drilling & Subsea Department
Korea National Oil Corporation,
KOREA

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Day1 - Tuesday, 2 December 2014

9.20am

Joint Presentation
John Westwood, Chairman, Douglas-Westwood
Dan K. Eberhart, CEO, Canary

TRACK1: Maximising the Recovery Factor


from Your Oilfields
8.00am

Registration
MORNING PLENARY

9.10am

Chairmans Welcome Remarks

9.20am

Opening Joint Keynote: The Future of Oil & Gas


Exploration and Supply
Refer to Page 4 for more details.
Joint Presentation
John Westwood, Chairman, Douglas-Westwood
Dan K. Eberhart, CEO, Canary

10.00am Joint Case Study: Leadership in Safety


Refer to Page 4 for more details.
Joint Presentation
Davide Scotti, Behavioral Safety Manager, Saipem
Quinten de Bruine, HSE Head, Vroon
10.40am Morning Break and Refreshments

Maximising the Recovery Factor from Your Oilfields


11.10am Chairmans Remarks
Prof. Dr. Maizar Rahman, Former Indonesian OPEC
Governor and Former PT Pertamina Commissioner,
LEMIGAS, Research and Development Center for Oil
and Gas Technology

10.00am Joint Case Study: Leadership in Safety


Refer to Page 4 for more details.
Joint Presentation
Davide Scotti, Behavioral Safety Manager, Saipem
Quinten de Bruine, HSE Head, Vroon
10.40am Morning Break and Refreshments

Will Change Come in the Asian LNG Market?


11.10am Chairmans Remarks
Andy Flower, LNG and Natural Gas Consultant
11.20am LNG Panel: Managing Uncertainties Impacting Asias
LNG Market
Asia has rising hopes that natural gas can one day become
a key component in the energy mix. Despite the fast
pace in growth for natural gas in Asia, it is still relatively
underutilised. Even though there is a great demand for
LNG, uncertainties still persist. This panel session will be
presented by LNG experts to discuss how we can embrace
uncertainties and consider scenarios that can alter the Asian
LNG market. Individual presentation will be shared followed
by a panel discussion.
The following topics (not limited to) will be addressed within
the panel session by the respective speakers:
Policy uncertainty How will this have an impact
on LNG demand growth in the region?
The impact of Japan and Koreas LNG demand as they
grapples with their nuclear policies
Chinas gas choices driving the demand growth of LNG
needs
Supply uncertainties Where will future LNG supplies
come from and at what cost?
North America and Canada policies on LNG exports
Africa and Russia gas supplies
The evolution of LNG pricing in Asia

11.20am The Key to Shorten your EOR Production Cycle


Emphasis on the potential of EOR techniques to increase
recovery process and shorten EOR production cycle
What are the EOR techniques required for reservoirs that
could not be produced without EOR, such as heavy oils
and tight reservoirs?
How do operators deal with scenarios where pilots may
not be an option in offshore EOR?
Interactions between EOR chemicals and oilfield activities
What are the challenges and technologies needed for
this separation?

Panelists:
Ranali Perara, Petroleum Economist, Petroleum Resources
Development Secretariat, Sri Lanka
Sampe L Purba, Senior Lead Specialist Upstream
Business Support Management, SKKMIGAS
William Sember, Vice President Global Marketing, ABS
Moderator: Stephanie Wilson, Managing Editor, Asia LNG,
Platts

Omer Gurpiner, EOR Technical Director, Schlumberger


12.00pm The Critical Need for Planning and Execution What is
your EOR Strategy?
Operators are realising the important of incorporating EOR
processes now into their initial field development plans,
right from the get go. Planning for EOR from the beginning
stages of field development not only helps the firm to
save money, but also boosts ultimate recovery and ensures
maximum return on their investment.
This session will discuss how the implementation of
an EOR strategy From concept to pilot and full-field
implementation can help ensure long-term economic
success for your organisation.

12.50pm Lunch Break and Exhibition Viewing


1.40pm

Michael Maloney, CEO, Accelerated Oil Technologies


12.40pm Lunch Break and Exhibition Viewing
1.40pm

EOR Field Case Studies Learning from Experiences to


Further Improve Efficiency and Success for your EOR
Projects
This panel will bring together key experts from IOCs, NOCs
and EOR solution provider to share how their experiences,
success and pit fall for their EOR projects. Individual
presentation will be shared followed by a panel discussion.
Panelists:
Janos Szelenyi, Production Technology Advisor Production & Field Development, MOL Group
Michael Maloney, CEO, Accelerated Oil Technologies

3.10pm

Coffee Break and End of Conference Day 1

TRACK2: Will Change Come


in the Asian LNG Market?
8.00am

Registration

9.10am

Chairmans Welcome Remarks

MORNING PLENARY

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Opening Joint Keynote: The Future of Oil & Gas


Exploration and Supply
Refer to Page 4 for more details.

Looking to the Future: The Role of LNG for Asia


How much gas is actually required in Asia?
Will Asian countries like China, India, Japan, and South
Korea continue to pay premium prices for natural gas?
Will gas supply into Asia come from LNG or pipelines?
Tackling the current and upcoming challenges faced in Asia
Development status of upcoming projects
Priyank Srivastava, Analyst, C&M, MarketsandMarkets

2.10pm

New Frontier - What Role Can the North America LNG


Play in Asia?
What is the opportunity to export natural gas via LNG
from North America to the Asian markets?
Addressing the main concern of long term gas price
deliverability
Where will future LNG supplies come from When and
how much?
Is there potential for North America (especially Canada)
to export cheap natural gas to premium markets
like China, Japan, South Korea and India and get high
netbacks?
Will shale gas in China affect the LNG business or will it
be the biggest engine of growth?
Will North America be an important player in the Asian
LNG market How will this have an impact on Asian LNG
exporters?
Alberto Migliucci, CEO, Petra Commodities (Asia)

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2.40pm

Panel: How will LNG be Priced Will it Continue to be


Oil Linked?
LNG pricing and trading What are the trends in pricing
and trading flows?
What are the new trends and activities by the key
regional players?
How will Asian buyers manage their risks on buying US
LNG indexed to Henry Hub?
Identifying the competitive prices between North
America, Russia and Africa LNG projects with Australian
LNG projects
What are the expected costs from the Panama Canal and
extra shipping capacity needed from North America to
Asia?
Identifying new key activities we are likely to see develop
in the region

Ahmed Elsherif, LWD Petrophysics Domain Champion,


Schlumberger Technical Services
2.40pm

Panelists:
Nicolas Zanen, Vice President, Trading, Cheniere
Fiona Poynter, VP, LNG Asia-Pacific, Argus Media
Rolv Stokkmo, Managing Director and Partner, GasPartners
Ashish Sethia, APAC Lead - Gas & Power, Regional
Manager-South & Southeast Asia, Bloomberg New Energy
Finance
4.00pm

8.00am

Registration

3.10pm

Coffee Break

3.20pm

Dynamic Response of Jack-Up Drilling Units


Investigation of the four methods recommended by
SNAME T&R Bulletin 5-5A for predicting the DAFs of
overturning moment and base shear - Re-evaluating
extreme response values and the corresponding DAFs
Identifying the characteristics of the respective methods
and the appropriate data range and time duration
Investigating the sensitivity of random seed selection on
DAFs according to different methods

MORNING PLENARY
9.10am

Chairmans Welcome Remarks

9.20am

Opening Joint Keynote: The Future of Oil & Gas


Exploration and Supply
Refer to Page 4 for more details.
Joint Presentation
John Westwood, Chairman, Douglas-Westwood
Dan K. Eberhart, CEO, Canary

10.00am Joint Case Study: Leadership in Safety


Refer to Page 4 for more details.

Dr. Shengqing Zhu, Engineer, ABS


3.50pm

Joint Presentation
Davide Scotti, Behavioral Safety Manager, Saipem
Quinten de Bruine, HSE Head, Vroon
10.40am Morning Break and Exhibition Viewing
12.40pm Lunch Break

Drilling and Completions


1.30pm

Chairmans Welcome Remarks

1.40pm

Automating the Mud Engineer: Increasing Optimisation


with Real-Time Drilling Fluid Properties
Discuss lessons learned from field trials with automated
drilling fluid measurement equipment
Understanding how automated measurement of drilling
fluid properties can enhance drilling fluid and overall
drilling performance
Understanding how automated measurement of drilling
fluid properties provides real time information for drilling
services, such as managed pressure drilling
Find out how real time information can provide improved
insight into developing drilling fluid property trends
Case Study: Petrophysics for Horizontal Wells with a
Sourceless LWD Technology
In horizontal holes, several factors are affecting formation
resistivity. Bed boundary and polarization horns are
causing severe noise that masks the true formation
resistivity causing great ambiguity in water saturation
determination. Moreover, the use of LWD with natural
radioactive sources has been always a big concern to
KOC How was this being addressed?
Case study done with KOC : An alternative option to
resistivity was proposed to KOC based on using Sigma.
Sourceless LWD was used for the first time in Kuwait with
great success. The Sigma was used in the water
saturation calculations. In addition, a time lapse Sigma
was used to indicate any water movement by OBM
invasion

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New Generation Hydraulic Drilling Workover Units


Designed to Enhance Safety and Performances
New generation fully automated drilling rig how will this
help to meet the highest HSE standards, drilling
efficiency and all demands from todays drilling industry?
Identifying the high safety and enhanced performance
in all drilling environment by the heart of drilling (HoD)
package
How will this help in a drastic project costs reduction and
yield field production?
High drilling capacity combined with fast moving
characteristics
Joint Presentation:
Angelo Calderoni, Vice President R&D and Marketing, Drillmec
Stefano Angeli, Vice President Sales, Drillmec

4.20pm

Shawn Broussard, Project Advisor, Halliburton


2.10pm

High Performance Water Based Mud: Case Study


Identifying how inhibition of shale can be achieved by
different mechanism - Each method has its own
limitation. For example; PHPA is good in encapsulation,
silicate is good in well bore stability
Understanding how High Performance Water Based Mud
can reduce drilling problem whilst delivering high level
of performance and minimising potential environmental
impact compared to OBM/SBM
The mud system presented in the paper is highly
inhibitive, with good low end rheology and shear thinning
for higher penetration
Case studies of the drilling fluid system shows save in
time and money due to faster drilling and lower chemical
consumption
Dr Shrikant Kumar Mahapatra, Regional Technical
Manager, Drilling Fluid Division, Petrochem Performance
Chemicals

Coffee Break and End of Conference Day 1

Technical Session 1:
Drilling and Completions

Understanding the used of spectroscopy for formation


evaluation specially clay content. This is rather useful in
complex lithology especially when the Gamma Ray
reading is affected by strange mineralogy, thus affecting
mobility calculations for accurate ICD design

Innovative Heavy Landing String for Ultra Deep Offshore


The offshore industrys current trend is driving towards
ultra deepwater wells (up to 12,000ft of water depth),
combined with deeper total depths. Identifying the need
for innovative heavy duty landing system with the ability
to run larger and heavier casing strings with hook loads
approaching or exceeding 2.5 million lbs
Identifying the capability of such systems for landing
heavy loads while ensuring slip crushing resistance. It
includes an extended slip with enhanced design (coupled
with a new greasing system), a 2.5 million lbs landing
carrier and a pipe with a thick walled high strength
material section, a light weight tube, and a rotary
shouldered connection
Understanding the main design advantages of the
landing system, qualification using both FEA analysis and
physical tests
Vincent Flores, Global Product Line Manager, Vallourec

4.50pm

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projects. Today the industry is witnessing an increasing


importance of flow assurance management as exploration
moves into increasingly more challenging environments
including mature stage production and IOR/EOR.
Developing the infrastructure for pipeline transportation to
move hydrocarbons from deepwater to onshore terminals
or rening centers is one of the key challenges faced. This
panel will feature key experts who have been involved in
managing flow dynamics will provide you with the necessary
knowledge and best-practice methodologies to help you
overcome your flow assurance challenges and optimise
production. Individual presentation will be shared followed
by a panel discussion.

Day2 - Wednesday, 3 December 2014


TRACK1: Shaping the New Era of Deepwater
through Game Changing Technologies
Track Sponsor:

8.00am

Registration
MORNING PLENARY

9.10am

Chairmans Welcome Remarks


John Westwood, Chairman, Douglas-Westwood

9.20am

Opening Keynote: Where do We Go Next to Find New


Hydrocarbon Reserves?
Refer to Page 4 for more details.

Panelists:
Johan Gullman-Strand, Manager R&D, Computational
Methods and Data Systems, Lloyds Register Energy
John Cambridge, Managing Director, Genesis Oil & Gas
Consultants
Moderator: Dr. Sonny Llave, Business Manager, Wood
Group Kenny

Mns Lidgren, CEO, Rex International Holding


10.00am Keynote: The Next LNG Frontier and Roadmap in China
Refer to Page 4 for more details.

3.30pm

Coffee Break

3.45pm

Panel: Extending the Life of Offshore Assets Turning


them into New Revenue Streams
A large number of facilities and infrastructure parts of the
global offshore oil and gas reservoirs are approaching or
have exceeded their original design life. With hydrocarbons
being recovered and if the fields lifetime is extended, the
infrastructure parts are being considered for use beyond
their planned design life. Many oil and gas operators today
are trying to extend the operational life of old facilities and
equipment by utilising integrity management and corrosion
modeling tools.

Lin Song, Deputy Project Director & Research Engineer,


PetroChina
10.30am Morning Break and Refreshments

Shaping the New Era of Deepwater


through Game Changing Technologies
11.00am Chairmans Remarks
11.05am BP Gulf Oil Spill A Large, Complex Project Case Study
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Rapidly improving Supply Chain performance
The Fortune 500 Company with a lifecycle of 4 months
Results & lessons learned

The panel will address key topics such as:


Assessing life extension to ensure the technical and
operational integrity of these ageing facilities
How can operators increase productivity of ageing
assets?
Integrity management people, processes and systems
How to treat asset lifespan properly?
Designing and building platforms and pipeline what is
the state of the art now?
Changing environment conditions
Data management is key for asset integrity
Infrastructure competencies

Mark Woepple, President, CEO, Pinnacle Strategies


11.30am Technology Power Panel: Developing the Next Wave
Technologies for Unconventional and Deepwaters
With fewer remaining easy to get oil fields, the industry has
moved into new areas to find growth. Recent years have
witnessed a demand for advanced technologies by major
operators, mainly driven by the push into deepwaters,
unconventional reservoirs and more remote locations.
High development costs and technological limitations
discouraged deep-water offshore oil exploration until
recently. As well depths progress deeper and deeper in
pursuit of hydrocarbon bearing formations, the ability to
drill and evaluate these wells becomes an ever-increasing
challenge.
This panel will be presented by leading technology experts
who will address (not limited to):
The new technologies that could be game changers for
unconventional and deepwater developments
Safety and environmental issues
Technology cooperation among the operators and
service companies
The level of cost and resources required to advance
technology for unconventional and deepwater
developments
Reduce Time to First Oil
Other deepwater technologies
Panelists:
Richard Barker, General Manager Asia Pacific, FMC
Technologies
Duane Sherritt, VP-Business Development APAC,
Halliburton
Vinay Kumar Gupta, GM-Head Operational Monitoring
Group, IDT, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation
Moderator: Mark Woepple, President, CEO, Pinnacle
Strategies
1.00pm

Lunch Break and Exhibition Viewing

2.00pm

Panel: How Do We Approach Flow Assurance, the


Techniques and Workflows to Manage Tomorrows
Deepwater Production?
Efficient flow assurance management is becoming more
critical for hydrocarbon production especially in deepwater

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Panelists:
Shreenaath Natarajan, Technical Director, 2H Offshore
Mohamed Daoud, Manager Engineering & Projects
(E&P), Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations
(ADCO)
John Aldersey-Williams, CEO, SeaEnergy PLC
Robert Walters, Chairman, Anticorrosion Protective
Systems
David Hunter, Managing Director AP, NRI
5.20pm

End of Conference Day 2

TRACK2:
New Frontier for Gas Shale and FLNG
8.00am

Registration

9.10am

Chairmans Welcome Remarks


John Westwood, Chairman, Douglas-Westwood

9.20am

Opening Keynote: Where do We Go Next to Find New


Hydrocarbon Reserves?
Refer to Page 4 for more details.

MORNING PLENARY

Mns Lidgren, CEO, Rex International Holding


10.00am Keynote: The Next LNG Frontier and Roadmap in China
Refer to Page 4 for more details.
Lin Song, Deputy Project Director & Research Engineer,
PetroChina
10.30am Morning Break and Refreshments

New Frontier for Gas Shale and FLNG


11.00am Chairmans Remarks

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11.10am Energy Leaders Panel: Shale Gas Moving to Asia What


will Happen to the LNG Market?
In the last couple of years there were some big shifts in
the global gas markets led by shale gas development. The
global LNG market could be facing even more disruption
with US shale gas revolution, a disparity in its prices in the
US, Canada, Europe and Asia. Asia Pacific is becoming a
new global battleground for gas suppliers. Shale gas is
changing the dynamics of the gas world especially with its
abundant low-cost. The race to develop shale gas in Asia
seems to be like a marathon than a sprint.
This panel will feature key energy leaders to touch on how
the US shale gas development will disrupt the global LNG
market. The panel will address key issues such as:
How is shale gas production developing in Asia?
How will the dynamics of US shale gas affect global
energy markets?
Pricing US gas prices are low compared to Asia, but the
divergence in price is expected to narrow. To what
extend might this happen?
What would the change of pricing mean for the potential
of US exports of gas to Asia?
Why everyones making such a big deal about shale Is
this boom sustainable?
Where should we look for the next potential shale
boom?
Panelists:
Christopher Newport, Managing Director, Corsair
Petroleum
Mohd Amin Shoushtari, Faculty Member, Senior Lecturer,
Universiti Teknologi Petronas
Basim Faraj, Vice President New Ventures, Tamboran
Resources (tentative)
Prof. Dr. Maizar Rahman, Former Indonesian OPEC
Governor and Former PT Pertamina Commissioner,
LEMIGAS, Research and Development Center for Oil
and Gas Technology
Moderator: Ashish Sethia, APAC Lead - Gas & Power,
Regional Manager-South & Southeast Asia, Bloomberg
New Energy Finance
12.40pm Lunch Break and Exhibition Viewing
2.00pm

Deepwater FLNG Modularisation Is this the Key to


Future LNG Developments?
What are the latest FLNG developments globally,
particularly in Asia?
How will FLNG impact the future of LNG market and
onshore modularisation?
What projects are currently happening?
Is FLNG finally becoming a reality?
Case studies: How to make a FLNG project a successful
one determining the investment cost, production, risks
and HSE
Are shipyards ready to build and meet the demand of
FLNG?
Tony Regan, Principal Consultant, Trizen International

2.30pm

FLNG Case Study - Optimising the Critical Dehydration


Heat Exchanger Unit for Offshore Gas Production: A
Technology Breakthrough
Minimising weights and dimensions in heat dehydration
heat transfer equipment. Innovation in Shell & tube
technology
Effective design, vibrations control and effective pressure
drops reduction
Presentation of a real application case
Marco Brignone, Principal Thermal Engineer, EMbaffle

3.00pm

Big Opportunities for Developing Small-Mid Scale LNG


Supply
Developments in the global LNG market the trends on
small-mid scale LNG supply
Assessing and uncovering the various business models to
maximise ROI
What role does small-mid scale LNG play in the broader
LNG marketplace in Asia?
What cost effective technologies are best suited for
small-mid scale LNG plant operations?
Case studies on proven business model in developing
small-mid scale LNG facilities successfully

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Karthik Sathyamoorthy, Head of Asia Pacific, Galway


Group
3.30pm

Coffee Break and End of Conference Day 2

TRACK3:
The Need for Digital Oilfield
8.00am

Registration

9.10am

Chairmans Welcome Remarks


John Westwood, Chairman, Douglas-Westwood

9.20am

Opening Keynote: Where do We Go Next to Find New


Hydrocarbon Reserves?
Refer to Page 4 for more details.

MORNING PLENARY

Mns Lidgren, CEO, Rex International Holding


10.00am Keynote: The Next LNG Frontier and Roadmap in China
Refer to Page 4 for more details.
Lin Song, Deputy Project Director & Research Engineer,
PetroChina
10.30am Morning Break and Refreshments

The Need for Digital Oilfield


11.00am Chairmans Welcome Remarks
Priyank Srivastava, Analyst, C&M, MarketsandMarkets
11.10am Digital Oilfield Leaders Panel: Moving to a Digital
Oilfield Framework
IT technology is becoming increasingly challenging to
develop but we are seeing the oil and gas companies
starting to digitise their flow operations in order to increase
available
information that will allow real time decision making. This
panel will bring together key digital oilfield experts to
explore developments in this rapidly evolving field through
case study analysis, provide practical knowledge about
how to implement and effectively utilise digital oilfield
technology. Each panellists will give a presentation follow
by a panel discussion on key highlights including:
Assessing the impact of digitalisation and optimising its
production efficiencies
Preparing for large scale organizational restructuring
when implementing digital oilfields
Digital developments in the region How companies
have adopt and digitalised their oil and gas operations
Major obstacles and setbacks faced in digitalising
oilfields
How live data can support drillers throughout the world,
monitoring data trends to assist in decision making as
wells are drilled?
How live data can help improve field development
efficiency for projects requiring large numbers of similar
wells, particularly for heavy oil and shale gas
developments?
The future of data and digital oilfield for drilling and
production
Panelists:
Matthieu Lamy, CEO, Document Management and Control
Expert, Talengi, GDF Suez
Tauseef Kureshi, Global Programme Delivery Manager,
Velocity (previously BG Group)
Shawn Broussard, Project Advisor, Halliburton
Moderator: Priyank Srivastava, Analyst, C&M,
MarketsandMarkets
12.40pm Lunch Break and Exhibition Viewing
2.00pm

Case Study: Reviewing the New Intelligent Oil Fields


(IOF) Outcome Prediction and Review Tool
The real cost of not investing in IOF
Identifying the real blockers to positive change
The human dimension to IOF
Monetising your IOF investments
IOF as a profit driver
Putting real integration into IOFs
Andr Baken, Founding Partner, Digital Oilfield
Assessment Services (DOFAS)

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2.30pm

Case Study: Enhancing Operations and Reserve


Discovery through Integrated Seismic and Geologic from
Multiple Sources
Overview of Pertamina , PHE and PHE Metana Suban and
its current and future plans
Enhancing reserve discovery in PHE Metana Suban
- Through seismic data
- Through geologic data
- Through multiple data sources
David Ontosari, Geologist, PT Pertamina Hulu Energi
Metana Suban

3.00pm

Ahmed Alghamdi, Engineer II, Saudi Aramco Oil Company


3.05pm

Improving Communications Infrastructure and Network


Security for Onshore and Offshore Operations
Understanding the oilfield communications market
ecosystem especially in Asia
Understanding the work of wireless networking the
need to increased wireless connectivity to bring the
benefit of remote monitoring and control
Implementing faster communication in rigs and offshore
environment
Where is digital technology failing and how can this gap
be closed?
Pierre Tremblay, Managing Director, Ocean Specialists Inc

3.30pm

Coffee Break and End of Conference Day 2

Technical Session 2:
Asset Integrity The Key to Reduce HSE Risk
8.00am

Registration

9.10am

Chairmans Welcome Remarks


John Westwood, Chairman, Douglas-Westwood

9.20am

Opening Keynote: Where do We Go Next to Find New


Hydrocarbon Reserves?
Refer to Page 4 for more details.
Mns Lidgren, CEO, Rex International Holding

3.35pm

Coffee Break

3.50pm

Functional Safety for Hazard Reduction


Application of process safety standards and safety life cycle
concepts Understanding how these can be employed
The importance of Safety coding / programming component
Examine risk tolerance and risk acceptance principle
reference to process safety standards and safety life cycle
concepts
Stanley Joseph, Business Development Manager Process
Safety, Siemens

4.20pm

Lin Song, Deputy Project Director & Research Engineer,


PetroChina
10.30am Morning Break and Exhibition Viewing
12.40pm Lunch Break

Asset Integrity The Key to Reduce HSE Risk


2.00pm

Chairmans Welcome Remarks


Matt Green, International Sales Manager, NRI

2.05pm

Micro-scale Stress Analysis in Materials for Oil and Gas


Industry
Residual stresses are present in mechanical systems across
the scales, from large scale structures such as pipelines or
offshore oil rigs, to small, such as drill tool bits
Residual stresses play a crucial role in determining the
structural integrity of assets: some residual stresses
promote fracture, while others may serve to protect and
extend the lifetime
The rational practical approach to this class of problems is
proposed that I refer to as residual stress engineering
It involves the quantification (measurement) and modelling
of residual stresses, coupled with design optimisation,
durability prediction and uncertainty quantification
Alexander Korsunsky, Professor of Engineering Science,
University of Oxford

2.35pm

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Proactive Monitoring and Alerting Methodology for


Process Automation Systems
This paper will share with you Saudi Aramco oil company
methodology to provide Proactive Monitoring and
Alerting capabilities for Process Automation Networks
and Computer Systems
This paper describes an industry tested methodology
that we follow in Saudi Aramco that identifies the
requirements, resources, and options for the purpose of
minimizing potential systems downtime and economic loss.

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Integrity Management for Offshore Assets


Remote continuous corrosion and erosion monitoring for
offshore applications
How continuous ultrasonic wall thickness measurement
can be used in real time to understand corrosion and
erosion rates
How asset and integrity managers are utilising continuous
integrity monitoring systems as a critical integrity and
safety tool
Understanding what is driving corrosion and erosion rates
on critical parts of the installation
Online integrity monitoring allows early detection of
corrosion or erosion events which can trigger preventative
action to avoid leakages therefore maximising availability
and protecting the licence to operate
Tom Fuggle, Business Development Director, Permasense

MORNING PLENARY

10.00am Keynote: The Next LNG Frontier and Roadmap in China


Refer to Page 4 for more details.

Proactive Monitoring and Alerting systems can also


provide physical security monitoring for other devices in
Process Automation server room or data center
Special security sensors (occupancy sensors) can be used
to monitor the racks or computer room to alert the PAN
administrators(s) when intrusion is detected. Additionally,
it can automatically record series of snapshots by
retrieving and storing images captured from a camera
specially mounted for this purpose

A New Mitigation Method for Reducing Jackup Punch


Through Failure
Proposal of a novel design of spudcan with top-mounted
skirts
Understand how a top-mounted skirted spudcan can
better mitigate the drop in penetration-resistance in a
potential punch-through situation, in comparison with a
conventional spudcan
Identifying the application and limitation of different
mitigation methods for reducing jackup punch-through
failure
Xi-Ying Zhang, Senior Engineer, ABS

4.50pm

Computational Fluid Dynamics-based Transient Ignition


Modelling of Gas Leaks in Enclosures
An enhanced tool to quantify gas explosion hazards in
enclosed modules with ventilation systems
Computational Fluid Dynamics(CFD) study on gas cloud
buildup within enclosures
Transient gas leaks based on real time coupling of gas
detection and emergency shutdown(ESD) systems
Estimation of transient ignition probabilities associated
with the gas leaks and equipment
Kumaresh G R, Specialist, Risk Management, Lloyds
Register Global Technology Centre

5.20pm

End of Day 2 Technical Session 2

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While Australia has the largest number of projects under


construction at the moment, many countries, particularly
the US and Malaysia have plans to start building new LNG
plants. Will Australia be set to become the worlds leading
exporter of LNG, even with new competitions coming
onboard? Can it keep a tight control on costs, especially for
labour to achieve this goal?

Day3 - Thursday, 4 December 2014


TRACK1: Sourcing For New Oil and
Gas Reserve for Asia Market
8.00am

Registration

Key expert from Poten & Partners Asia Pacific has been
invited to give a brief overview of the countrys current
upstream gas industry with a focus on plans, pricing/
costing, policies, investments and how they are meeting the
demand for natural gas in Australia.

MORNING PLENARY
9.10am

Chairmans Opening Address

9.15am

Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO)


Corrosion Control Design and Operational Integrity
Excellence
Refer to Page 4 for more details.
Michael Surkein, Senior Consultant, Materials Selection
and Corrosion Control Group, ExxonMobil

9.40am

Cyrille Scart, Consultant LNG and Natural Gas, Poten &


Partners Asia Pacific
2.30pm

Stakeholders Panel: Meeting the Future of Offshore


Developments Are Current Rigs and Vessels Adequately
Equipped and Designed to Meet this Demand?
Refer to Page 4 for more details.
Panelists:
Nitish Gupta, Executive Director and CEO, Offshore
Construction, Swiber Offshore Construction Services
(tentative)
Robert Ziegler, Head Deepwater Drilling Technology,
Petronas Carigali
Leong Seng Keat, CEO, Nam Cheong
Alf Kare Adnanes, Vice President, Technology Manager Marine & Cranes, ABB
Moderator: Dan K. Eberhart, CEO, Canary

Mateus da Costa, Director of Exploration & Acreage Release,


Autoridade Nacional do Petroleo
3.00pm

11.10am Morning Break and Refreshments

Country Focus: Myanmar


Unlocking the Un-Touch Golden Land
11.30am Chairmans Remarks
Mohd Amin Shoushtari, Faculty Member, Senior Lecturer,
Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP)
11.35am Myanmar: Unlocking the Un-Touched Golden Land
Myanmar is an energy rich country, with large benefits and
large reserves of oil and natural gas. This presents great
opportunities for new exploration uncovered in recent
decades and for companies across the oil and gas value
chain to be involved in the growth of Myanmar industry.
Efforts by the government are being made to improve
the regions upstream investment environment, especially
to attract foreign operators and new technologies and
innovations into the market.
Expert speakers representing Myanmar will provide a
comprehensive overview of recent developments in
Myanmar projects, opportunities and challenges facing
in Myanmar as the industry embark on one of Asias
fastest-emerging oil and gas market. Speakers will also
address Myanmars investment environment and the latest
investment opportunities. Individual presentation will be
shared followed by a panel discussion.
Panelists:
U Lynn Myint, General Manager, North Petro-Chem
Corporation (Myanmar)
Alisher Ali, Chairman, Silk Road Finance
Ken Tun, Chairman and CEO, Parami Energy Group of
Companies
Moderator: Mohd Amin Shoushtari, Faculty Member, Senior
Lecturer, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP)
1.00pm

Lunch Break and Exhibition Viewing

Country Focus: Australia, East Timor and Indonesia


2.00pm

Australia: Will Australia Become the Worlds Leading


LNG Exporter?
As hands are wrung over the fate of the mining boom, the
industry is seeing an unprecedented level of investment
going into LNG in Australia which claims to be Australias
fastest growing export sector. Australia is currently the
third largest LNG producer in the world, behind Qatar and
Malaysia. Comparing to other countries globally, Australia
has more new LNG plants under construction. projects will
add a further 61.4m tonnes of LNG capacity.

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East Timor: Insight into Timor Leste Oil and Gas Business
Industries and Economic Growth
Gaining an overview into the oil and gas business portfolio
in East Timor
Learning from the success and challenges on petroleum
resource management
Economic growth and potential business opportunities in
East Timor

Indonesia: Discover the Latest Developments in


Indonesias Oil and Gas Sector
Understanding the current market situation and
developments in Indonesia fields
Tackling the current main issues on exploration offshore
and onshore fields
Maximising deepwater potential in Indonesia
The future of gas infrastructure in Indonesia
SPCs oversea operation Tackling the challenges ahead
Soekoesen Soemarinda, General Manager, Singapore
Petroleum Company

3.30pm

Coffee Break and End of Conference Day 3

TRACK2: Offshore Platforms and Vessels Unlocking


the New Opportunities in Offshore Market
8.00am

Registration
MORNING PLENARY

9.10am

Chairmans Opening Address

9.15am

Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO)


Corrosion Control Design and Operational Integrity
Excellence
Refer to Page 4 for more details.
Michael Surkein, Senior Consultant, Materials Selection
and Corrosion Control Group, ExxonMobil

9.40am

Stakeholders Panel: Meeting the Future of Offshore


Developments Are Current Rigs and Vessels Adequately
Equipped and Designed to Meet this Demand?
Refer to Page 4 for more details.
Panelists:
Nitish Gupta, Executive Director and CEO, Offshore
Construction, Swiber Offshore Construction Services
(tentative)
Robert Ziegler, Head Deepwater Drilling Technology,
Petronas Carigali
Leong Seng Keat, CEO, Nam Cheong
Alf Kare Adnanes, Vice President, Technology Manager Marine & Cranes, ABB
Moderator: Dan K. Eberhart, CEO, Canary

11.10am Morning Break and Refreshments

Offshore Platforms and Vessels


Unlocking the New Opportunities in Offshore Market
11.30am Chairmans Remarks
Dr. Arun Kr Dev, Senior Lecturer in Marine and Offshore
Technology, Newcastle University
11.35am Experts Panel: Stepping into the Future of Subsea and
Deepwater Developments
The offshore energy industry relies more heavily than ever
before on the growing global fleet of subsea vessels

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for installation and maintenance work because of the


rising volumes of oil and gas produced through seabed
structures. Oil companies are pushing the boundaries of
what is possible using the latest subsea technology. They
are looking to develop more fields in deepwater regions.
This session will provide insight into how vessel operators
and designers are building subsea vessels for the Asia
market and meeting the current requirements from oil
companies. Individual presentation will be shared followed
by a panel discussion.

Farooq Niazi, SOSG Technical Superintendent, Solstad


Offshore Asia Pacific (tentative)
Moderator: Peter Sierdsma, DP Manager (GM Brazil),
Global Maritime
3.30pm

Coffee Break

3.45pm

Panel: Current FPSO Development in Asia


In a recent report by Douglas Westwood, the floating
production, storage, and offloading systems markets will
not be able to meet the FPSO demand over the next five
years unless significant change occurs in the industry
mainly due to schedule delays and cost overruns. By the
end of 2017, an approximately 100 new FPSOs will need to
be built and according to a recent study, an astounding $91
billion will be spent on floating production systems between
2013-2017. This panel will bring together key FPSO experts
to discuss how will this shape the industry and impact future
developments. Key issues (not limited to) will be address
include:
Are FPSOs now on the verge of becoming something big?
Where are the key FPSO demand markets Existing and
emerging frontiers?
Understanding the trends in oil prices and how it is
impacting FPSO investments
Current FPSO development: New builds, conversions and
redeployment
How do you ensure on-time delivery of FPSO projects
and avoid CAPEX overruns?
Tackling the issue of current development of mooring
systems as FPSOs enter deeper waters
To lease or own FPSOs?

The panel will address key topics (not limited to) such as:
Assessing the offshore market for 2016 and beyond
Identifying the upcoming opportunities and
developments in Asia
Identifying the strategies for meeting future demand
from subsea and deepwater operations
Addressing the oversupply of vessels in Asia
Building new multi purpose vessels to cater to new
projects
Listing the developments in OSV designs and
understanding their functionality
Understanding the growing complexity of operating in
deeper waters
Identifying the vessel types required and capabilities
needed for future subsea and deepwater developments
Introducing the next gen of OSVs FLNG
What are the obstacles in building LNG vessels and
addressing the steps to overcome these hindrances
What new vessel capabilities will be required in the
future?
What are the suggestions on smart ways to reduce costs
while operating OSVs?

Panelists:
Alessandro Baldanzi, Platform Leader, LNG & NG Offshore,
GE Oil & Gas
K C Gupta, Project Manager Major Projects, Bumi
Armada Berhad
Henk Willem Sanders, Technical Manager Oil and Gas,
Trelleborg Sealing Solutions
Richard Kluth, Managing Director, Pulse Structural
Monitoring
Cedric Morandini, Head of Naval Architecture, SBM
Offshore
Moderator: David Boggs, MD, Energy Maritime Associates

Panelists:
Govinder Singh Chopra, Managing Director, SeaTech
Solutions International
Frederik Gerner, Director, Ampelmann Asia Pacific
Gunnar Haug, Managing Director, Ulstein Asia
Senior representative, Wrtsil Corporation
Moderator: Capt Michael Elwert, Director, Group HR,
HHSEQ & Crewing, Thome Ship Management
1.00pm

Lunch Break and Exhibition Viewing

2.00pm

Dynamic Positioning Improving Performance in


Mid-Deepwater
Dynamic positioning (DP) has been a key instrument in the
completion of challenging large scale projects especially in
the offshore vessel operations that require precision.
The demand for hydrocarbons has drive E&P to move
towards deeper waters, thus creating a demand for more
sophisticated DP systems and massive deployments
in the DP industry, across exploration drilling, offshore
constructions and installation, pipelay and logistic support.
This session will provide delegates with experience based
advice on how to conduct some of the most complex
deepwater projects and large scale offshore projects,
requiring the full scope of DP capabilities.
Individual presentation will be shared followed by a panel
discussion. The panel will address key topics (not limited to)
such as:
What are the latest developments, innovations and
challenges for using DP especially in Asia?
What are the DP challenges for deepwater applications
and large scale projects?
Industry forecast - How will DP be deployed over the next
five years?
What are the limitations in existing DP vessels and
systems and how are these issues being addressed?
Which regions show greatest demand for which types of
vessels?
What are the main drivers behind the demand for more
sophisticated DP vessels?
Assessing the challenges DP vessel owners face across
different projects - What can be learnt from these
experiences?
What are some of the practical advice to ship owners who
are new to large-scale projects?
Panelists:
Frode Klepsvik, Managing Director, MT Marine
Joey Fisher, Managing Director, M3 Marine

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5.20pm

End of Conference Day 3

Technical Session 3:
Offshore Pipelines and Flow Assurance
8.00am

Registration
MORNING PLENARY

9.10am

Chairmans Opening Address

9.15am

Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO)


Corrosion Control Design and Operational Integrity
Excellence
Refer to Page 4 for more details.
Michael Surkein, Senior Consultant, Materials Selection
and Corrosion Control Group, ExxonMobil

9.40am

Stakeholders Panel: Meeting the Future of Offshore


Developments Are Current Rigs and Vessels Adequately
Equipped and Designed to Meet this Demand?
Refer to Page 4 for more details.
Panelists:
Nitish Gupta, Executive Director and CEO, Offshore
Construction, Swiber Offshore Construction Services
(tentative)
Robert Ziegler, Head Deepwater Drilling Technology,
Petronas Carigali
Leong Seng Keat, CEO, Nam Cheong
Alf Kare Adnanes, Vice President, Technology Manager Marine & Cranes, ABB
Moderator: Dan K. Eberhart, CEO, Canary

11.10am Morning Break and Exhibition Viewing


1.00pm

Lunch Break

2.00pm

Chairmans Welcome Remarks

Offshore Pipelines and Flow Assurance

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2.05pm

Subsea Deepwater Vertical Rigid Jumpers Design


through Installation
Vertical jumper overview
Vertical jumper design aspects
Offshore post metrology survey assessments
Vertical jumper final configuration with closing welds
Joint Presentation:
Panneer Selvam, Subsea Pipeline Manager, McDermott
Asia Pacific
Sakthivel Ammaiyappan, Principal Subsea Pipeline
Engineer, McDermott Asia Pacific
Co-author: Khoo Chee Wee, Senior Subsea Pipeline
Engineer, McDermott Asia Pacific

2.35pm

Modular Pipeline Recovery Technology Developments


Recovery of subsea pipeline either in the event the
pipeline is dropped or being decommissioned is fertile
ground for innovation
Recent developments have focused on using industry-
standard modules: dewatering, pig catcher, multiple
check valves and twin sealing systems, and integrating
them within a First Subsea ball and taper tool
The paper describes the underlying design process for
modular pipeline recovery tools (PRTs) and how it
broadens the recovery options for offshore engineers
It will also include a case study on the customisation of
a contingency 42 PRT for the Gas Export Pipeline on the
Ichthys LNG Project.
Mark Wood, Regional Manager, South East Asia, First
Subsea

3.05pm

Supply of High Performance Glass Reinforced Epoxy


(GRE) Pipe Systems for the Marine and Offshore Industry
Alwin Fahrer, Director of Quality Eastern Hemisphere,
NOV Fiber Glass Systems

3.35pm

Coffee Break

3.50pm

Deepwater Flow Assurance Evaluation of Existing


Concepts and Emerging Trends: An Indian Perspective
Understanding Indias energy security lying in deep water
Identifying how flow assurance impacts every phase of
field development, affecting a production systems
concept selection, design and operating strategy
Addressing the flow assurance challenges faced during
development in the form of paraffin/waxes/asphaltene
Identifying the ultra-deep water discoveries in India
Dhaval Gupta, Graduate Engineering Trainee, Reliance
Industries

4.20pm

Coriolis Meters for Measurement of Viscous Oils


With the vast sums of money involved in the bunker
fuel industry, find out how you can ensure your financial
exposure is reduced to a minimum with the importance
of accurate measurement
Moving towards using Coriolis flow meters provides an
online mass flow, density and temperature measurement
of the traded bunker fuel
While the adoption of Coriolis flowmeters is a logical
move, identifying the factors affecting the performance
of Coriolis devices is vital
Research case study: To improve this situation NEL have
completed an investigative research programme into
the performance of Coriolis flowmeters when calibrated
in single phase oil of varying kinematic viscosities (2
1500 cSt)
Chris Mills, Flow Measurement Engineer, TUV NEL

4.50pm

DRA Principles and Benefits to Pipeline Operation


Solutions to maximise the flow potential of pipelines,
increase operational flexibility and throughput capacity
and substantially increasing bottom-line profit potentials
How can DRA technology be implemented effectively in
a range of crude oil, refined products and NGL
applications in all environmental conditions to decrease
the amount of energy lost in turbulent formation?
Identifying the benefits of DRA and how do you
incorporate DRA technology to significantly reduce your
CAPEX/OPEX?
Lindsay Ruiz, Lead Project Engineer, Lubrizol Specialty
Products

5.20pm

End of Day 3 Lead Technical Session 3

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Day4 - Friday, 5 December 2014


Workshop A: Best Practices in High Pressure High
Temperature (HPHT) Drilling & Well Design
Conventional HPHT conditions are becoming routine drilling targets
in many basins worldwide, as exploration and production examine
deeper and hotter objectives. Since the early days of drilling HPHT
wells, the oil and gas industry has now evolved to a stage where
exploration and appraisal wells are drilled by most operators.
Although HPHT wells still pose a significant challenge to our
industry, exploration and appraisal drilling has been facilitated by the
maturation and subsequent application of technologies increasing the
chance of success. There are still gaps within the industry on how best
to manage HPHT reservoirs in the long term, as well as have a robust
understanding of risk mitigation flow assurance and well integrity not
just at the casing wall, but also within the subsurface.
This workshop aims to equip participants with in depth discussion,
knowledge and skills to enhance their ability to successfully plan,
engineer and execute the drilling and completion of their HPHT wells.
Major issues concerning HPHT well construction and HPHT specific
circumstances, problems and challenges are explored here.
About the Workshop Facilitator:

Who should attend:

Michael Gibson studied at


the Robert Gordon
University in Aberdeen,
Scotland, UK and with
Pacific Western University
in the USA gaining a
Bachelors Degree in
Mechanical Engineering, a Post Graduate
Diploma in Offshore Engineering (with
Distinction), Masters Degrees in
Engineering Technology & Offshore
Engineering and a PhD in HPHT Field
Development all whilst working offshore
in the North Sea. During the past 30
years he has advised many Operators &
Drilling Contractors around the world on
both how to successfully drill and
produce HPHT reservoirs. Ranging from
the Gulf of Mexico through to the North
Sea through Vietnam, Malaysia and
Brunei in South East Asia. A champion of
the Teamwork approach to
engineering problems and solutions, the
speaker regularly helps both Operators &
Drilling Contractors to solve problems
before they even begin. Mr Gibson is the
recipient of several prize awards as a
consequence of his services to the
industry not least from Shell, Exxon and
BP.

Professionals in the oil


and gas, geothermal,
coal steam gas, and
unconventional resources
industries who are
involved in:
drilling and
completions
operation and
management of
exploration
well control
oilwell cement
geomechanics and
pore pressure
prediction
well design verification
wellhead design
well testing and subsea
systems
Reservoir, production,
petrophysical, and drilling
engineers working on:
onshore / offshore
deepwater
HPHT assets
rig designers and
builders of the latest
offshore units

9.00am

Registration

9.20am

Workshop Facilitator Opening Remarks


Dr Michael Gibson, Engineering Manager, Independent
Drilling Engineering Associates (IDEAS Singapore)

9.30am

HPHT Session 1
Workshop Highlights:
Understanding and tackling HPHT reservoirs challenges
in Asia
Exploring what techniques and strategies have
been successful while identifying the opportunities for
improvement
Identifying effective solutions for pressure and
temperature challenges specific to HPHT settings
Tools to manage HPHT wells once on production
understanding what is the different to exploration and
appraisal?
Case study examples and lesson learnt
Dr Shrikant Kumar Mahapatra, Regional Technical
Manager, Drilling Fluid Division, Petrochem Performance
Chemicals

10.45am Morning Break and Refreshments

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11.00am HPHT Session 2


Workshop Highlights:
Risk mitigation for HPHT developments
Addressing HPHT field production and flow assurance
challenges
Identifying the current practices to deal with major HSE
concerns including well control, well integrity
Learning from case studies of drilling, completing, and
producing HPHT wells
12.15pm End of Workshop A

Workshop B: Asset Integrity Management


Getting the Right Framework
Oil and gas companies face challenges to implement asset integrity
management for new developments and existing aged infrastructure.
In some of Asias regions, mature assets are now more than 40 years
in operation and there are many new development projects planned
and being implemented. The role of asset integrity has never been
more critical to the global oil and gas business. Not only can a wellmanaged asset integrity framework help operators identify and reduce
safety risks before they escalate, but focusing on asset integrity can
also play a major role in both achieving operational excellence and
extending the life of ageing assets.
This workshop aims to explore asset integrity management taking
a wider view beyond inspection, maintenance, and repair activities
and consider the concerns of asset integrity risks. New practices,
competencies and technology solutions will be highlighted to meet
the challenges of future projects and operations.
About the Workshop Leader:

Who should attend:

Helge has more than 18


years of engineering
experience and is currently
employed as Technical
Manager for the Marine and
Offshore Centre South-East-Asia by
Bureau Veritas Australia. After graduating
as mechanical engineer form the
Technical University of Berlin, he worked
for 13 years as noise and vibration
engineer for the automotive industry in
Germany and the United States. When he
moved to Australia in 2008 he got
involved in asset integrity and reliability
work for the Oil & Gas Industry. Over his
career he gained advanced knowledge in
areas like; Reliability, Availability and
Maintainability (RAM) Analysis,
Compressor and Pump Pulsation,
Durability and Fatigue Analysis and
Validation, Asset Integrity Management,
Noise and Vibration Harshness (NVH),
Multichannel Data Acquisition and
Analysis and Road-Load Simulators and
Reliability Analysis.

Oil and gas professionals


who are involved in
various disciplines such as:
Facilities/asset integrity
management
Reliability Engineering
Management
Operations and
Maintenance
Engineering
Project Management
Maintenance Planning,
Process Safety, HSE
Facility Design and
Process Engineering
Inspection and
Condition Monitoring
Engineering

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9.20am

Workshop Leader Opening Remarks


Helge Lawrenz, Technical Manager, Bureau Veritas
Australia Marine & Offshore Division

9.30am

Asset Integrity Session 1


Workshop Highlights:
Introduction into Asset Integrity Management; A
framework to maximize the return on assets, whilst
maintaining stakeholder value and minimising business
risks associated with accidents and loss of production.
Reviewing risks and common problems with Asset
Integrity; Identifying the integrity-critical plant elements
and their modes of failure.
Advantages of Asset Optimisation; Process optimisation
while troubleshooting integrity problems.
Speakers:
Helge Lawrenz, Technical Manager, Bureau Veritas
Australia Marine & Offshore Division
Michael Surkein, Senior Consultant, Materials Selection
and Corrosion Control Group, ExxonMobil

10.45am Morning Break and Refreshments


11.00am Asset Integrity Session 2
Workshop Highlights:
Safety case and Asset Integrity management; How do
they interrelate?
Offshore Asset Reliability and Inspection; Tools to
determine and extend the Assets Service Life by defining
performance standards, developing strategies for
operation inspection, maintenance and audits.
Speakers:
Jerome Floury, Senior Offshore Project Engineer, Bureau
Veritas
Adam Perdana, AIM Manager, Bureau Veritas
12.00pm Asset Integrity Session 3
Workshop Highlights:
Materials engineering fundamentals of structural integrity
assessment: material structure and deformation
response, mechanics of damage and failure, approaches
to design and safe life prediction
Materials engineering fundamentals of joining and
welding: methods and processes, microstructure and
properties
Materials engineering fundamentals of residual
stresses and their effects on structural integrity: origins,
nature, control, measurement, predictive modelling and
incorporation in codes for engineering critical assessment
Guest Speaker: Alexander Korsunsky, Professor of
Engineering Science, University of Oxford
12.30pm End of Workshop B

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* Shaping the New Era of Deepwater through Game Changing
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* Sourcing for New Oil and Gas Reserve for Asia Market OR
* Offshore Platforms and Vessels Unlocking the New Opportunities
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Natural Gas & LNG Passport (3-Day)
*Will Change Come in the Asian LNG Market? (Day 1)
*New Frontiers for Gas Shale and FLNG (Day 2)
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*Session 2: Asset Integrity - The Key to Reduce HSE Risk (Day 2)
*Session 3: Offshore Pipelines and Flow Assurance (Day 3)
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Shaping the New Era of Deepwater through Game Changing Technologies (3 Dec)
New Frontiers for Gas Shale and FLNG (3 Dec)
The Need for Digital Oilfield (3 Dec)
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Offshore Platforms and Vessels Unlocking the New Opportunities in Offshore Market (4 Dec)
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