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Technical Program

Tuesday, 3 March

1330-1500

Waterway 1-2

01 Innovative Emergent Technology Applications

Session Chairpersons:

Guillermo Arango, Baker Hughes Inc; Florentina Popa, Halliburton

This session discusses innovative applications that showcase the potential of new digital technologies: swarm optimization techniques, predictive analytics, distributed sensing using microchips as tracers in fluids and the use of DTS/DAS to reveal the behavior of fluids.

Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1400 173391 icon:PO Steam Generators Optimization Using a Modified Quantum-Behaved Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm
M. Hao, Electronic Arts; A.S. Popa, Chevron Corporation
1400-1430 173444 icon:MI Big Data Every Day: Predictive Analytics Used to Improve Production Surveillance
S.T. Raphael, P2 Energy Solutions; C. Fuge, S. Gutierrez, Merrick Systems, Inc.; H.A. Kuzma, N. Arora, BetaZi LLC
1430-1500 173435 icon:DC Development and Field Evaluation of a Distributed Microchip Downhole Measurement System
Z. Shi, Y. Chen, M. Yu, University of Tulsa; S. Zhou, N.M. Al-khanferi, Saudi Aramco
Tuesday, 3 March

1330-1500

Waterway 4

02 DOF Program Updates

Session Chairpersons:

James L. Brink, Chevron USA Production Co.; Frans G. van den Berg, Shell International E&P Co.

Learn how companies have matured in their Digital Oil Field (DOF) program journey.

Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1400 173441 icon:MI The Digital Oil Field Hype Curve: A Current Assessment of the Oil and Gas Industry's Digital Oil Field Program
J. Crompton, Noah Consulting
1400-1430 173436 icon:MI A Framework for Sustainable Digital Oilfield Solutions
B.C. Bourgeois, D. Dawson, K. Oran, M. Hernandez, S. Rietz, J. Vaughn, J. Brink, Chevron U.S.A. Inc.
1430-1500 173404 icon:MI A Small Operator’s Implementation of a Digital Oil-Field Initiative
F.J. Eldred, A.S. Cullick, Linn Energy LLC; S. Purwar, S. Arcot, Halliburton; C. Lenzsch, formerly of Halliburton
Tuesday, 3 March

1330-1500

Waterway 5

03 Well Integrity

Session Chairpersons:

David E. Carpenter, Shell Exploration & Production Co; Claudia Margaret Zettner, Exxon Mobil Corporation

These papers show how well integrity is being improved through the application of analytics, artificial intelligence and better workflows.

Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1400 173433 icon:MI Implementation of Well Barrier Schematic Workflows
J.L. Anders, B.K. Mofley, S. Nicol, H. Vo, T. Weiss, BP; T. Fjagesund, Wellbarrier AS
1400-1430 173422 icon:PO Profiling Downhole Casing Integrity Using Artificial Intelligence
M. AlAjmi, Saudi Aramco; A. Abdulraheem, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals; A. Mishkhes, M.J. Al-Shammari, Saudi Aramco
1430-1500 173434 icon:MI Analytics Applied to Well Integrity
J.L. Anders, J. Disbrow, A.T. Dube, A.L. Hughes, BP
Alternate 173453 icon:HSE Real-Time Process Assurance of Offshore Cementing Operations
S.J. Jose, D.J. Daulton, Baker Hughes
Tuesday, 3 March

1530-1700

Waterway 1-2

04 Human Factors Panel

A panel discussion of invited speakers and experts who will discuss how human interactions with technology are critical to achieving full value from technology investments. Audience participation is encouraged.

Session Moderator:

Mark J. Lochmann, Practical Intelligent Energy Strategies LLC

Panelists:

Laura Strater
Cognitive Engineering Technology
Andrew Dingee
Consultant
Tuesday, 3 March

1530-1700

Waterway 4

05 DOF Program Best Practices and Learnings

Session Chairpersons:

Saiyid Zafar Kamal, BP America Inc; Serkan Dursun, Halliburton

This session is focused on sharing ongoing DOF program successes, best practices and learnings. In doing so, the authors will highlight progress at their operating company and share their experiences with development and scaled deployment.

Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1600 173407 icon:PO Controlled and Phased Deployment of DOF System Brings Early Benefits and Provides the Experience To Manage Effective Technology Deployment.
A.K. Al-Jasmi, A. Failakawi, N. Al-Mai, A.A. Hajjeyah, H.K. Goel, Kuwait Oil Company; R. Prakash, N. Dey, A. Torres, Schlumberger
1600-1630 173452 icon:PO Lessons Learned From World-Wide Deployments of Model-Based Real-Time Production Optimization Solutions
A. Bakshi, E. Uniacke, E. Dias, Chevron Energy Technology Company, a division of Chevron U.S.A.
1630-1700 173430 icon:PO Collaboration and Surveillance Enabling Optimal Asset Performance
F.G. Van Den Berg, M. Chevis, J.L. Wynot, P.B. Ritter, D.K. Adun, Shell
Tuesday, 3 March

1530-1700

Waterway 5

06 Organizational Change Management

Session Chairpersons:

Jose A. Jimenez, Emerson Process Management; Bart Stafford, Wipro Technologies

The Digital Oil Field journey requires transformation of organizations, skills and behaviors. Managing the organizational change is a critical step to achieving DE objectives.

Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1600 173442 icon:MI Professional Development For New Digital Petroleum Engineers
T.W. Mann, T.S. Sorensen, ExxonMobil Technical Computing Company
1600-1630 173423 icon:MI Change Management in The Digital Oilfield: We know we need it, but where's the roadmap?
T. Berger, Expressworks; J. Crompton, Noah Consulting
1630-1700 173451 icon:PO An Objective Indicator of Change
M.J. Lochmann, Independent Consultant; L. Denver, OVS Group; T. Berger, Expressworks; S. Stenseth, Open iT, Inc.