SPE Workshop: The Internet of Oilfield Things - Creating New Value in Information from Upstream to Downstream 11 - 12 Sep 2017 Hilton Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Schedule

Monday, September 11

08:00 - 08:50
08:50 - 09:00
09:00 - 09:15
SPE Workshop: The Internet of Oilfield Things: Session 1: Welcome and Introduction
Session Chairpersons Nasarudin Mustapha, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn Bhd; Nurfitrah Mat Noh, Schlumberger
09:15 - 09:45
09:45 - 12:00
SPE Workshop: The Internet of Oilfield Things: Session 2: Ice Breaking and Open Forum on Drivers and Values Proposition of IoT for the Oilfield
Session Chairpersons Robert Do, Zedi; Michelle Lim, PETRONAS

IOT or IIOT (Internet of Things or Industrial Internet of Things) is no longer a buzzword; this is the next Industrial revolution which is happening right now and will continue to grow across different industries, including the Energy sector.  When asked ‘What is IOT?’, or ‘What is Analytics?’ each person may provide a different answer or understanding.  This open forum session will begin with an ice breaking activity to gain insights and perspectives from participants, but more importantly getting participants attending Digital Week engaged with each other and the topics of this workshop.

This is a perfect segue into the discussion based on the following questions:

  • What is IOT or IIOT?
  • What is Big Data Analytic?
  • What are the drivers of IoT for the Oilfield?
  • How important is IOT solution to your business?
12:00 - 13:00
13:00 - 15:00
SPE Workshop: The Internet of Oilfield Things: Session 3: From Dumb Iron to Smart Iron
Session Chairpersons Syed Redzal, Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE); Gabriel Tse, Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE)

With a significant number of oil and gas companies ready to embrace IoT solutions, the market is ripe for disruption, especially with sensor pricing expected to drop. Significant opportunities exist to provide simplified access to information and potential opportunities for unmanned operation that leveraging real-time remote monitoring. By using sensors that can see, feel, smell, and hear downhole to detect defects or breaches , supplemented by the use of autonomous scouts to provide 24/7 remote monitoring, organisations can effectively put in place an immediate first line of defense from equipment failure, downhole risk, hazardous conditions, and environmental impacts. Integrated asset information from various equipment that aggregate sensor data, operations data, and geospatial data in an analytic engine, to provide real time alerts using event based logic to enable immediate action based on data generated from sensors.

15:00 - 15:15
15:15 - 17:15
SPE Workshop: The Internet of Oilfield Things: Session 4: Closing the Loop: Integrating Digital Solution for the Upstream and Downstream
Session Chairpersons Robert Do, Zedi; Michael Potts, Weatherford

With the IoT transformation in the oil and gas industry, from the upstream, midstream to downstream, the advancement of smart sensor technologies, interconnectivity and smart data analytics; the challenge rests in the integration of a reliable ‘sea of information’ and process to optimise in closed-loop environment which will positively impact the bottom line. In this session, we will focus on the following areas:

  • Process, challenges, current and new technologies application in the area of remote monitoring, current and next generation of wireless telemetry
  • Data gathering through cloud platform and available data analytic visualisation
  • Reservoir management in digital era
  • Increasing operational productivity and efficiency across major business units
  • Best practices for data integration from field to the office
17:15 - 18:30
SPE Workshop: The Internet of Oilfield Things: Session 5: Is Cloud a Boon Or Bane to Oil and Gas Industry?
Session Chairpersons Mohd Azra Ahmad, Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE); Jonathan Lee Seng Wei, SAS Malaysia

Although cloud computing is increasingly turning to reality for many oil and gas companies, the fear of information loss and cybersecurity remains top of minds. With the increasing adoption of IOT devices and sensors technologies, newer game-changing hazards emerges and heighten the potential risks of disrupting information flow, theft of sensitive information, and physical interference with equipment and processes which can cause serious damages to business operations. The session focuses on understanding how cloud computing has evolved and addresses key security issues that have been keeping CIOs awake at night.

18:30 - 22:00

Tuesday, September 12

08:30 - 09:45
Executive Keynote Session
Session Chairpersons Nasarudin Mustapha, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn Bhd; Ruziean Abdul Rashid, PETRONAS, Nurfitrah Mat Noh, Schlumberger; Georg Zangl, Schlumberger
09:30 - 09:45
10:15 - 12:15
12:15 - 13:15
13:15 - 15:15
15:15 - 15:30
15:45 - 16:00
15:45 - 16:00
SPE Workshop: Data Science and Analytics for E&P Projects: Session 1: Welcome and Introduction
Session Chairpersons Ruziean Abdul Rashid, PETRONAS; Georg Zangl, AEM Enersol
15:45 - 17:45
SPE Workshop: The Internet of Oilfield Things: Session 6: Change Management - How to Connect IoT and People?
Session Chairpersons Tee Chew Poh, Schlumberger; Syed Redzal, Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE)

Disruptive technology such as IoT has changed the way of life at personal level in all walks of life. Hence, O&G industry the change and transformation, is imminent, whether we like it or not. However, as we all experienced in any industry, adopting technology/change within the organisation has always been a great challenge and it hinges on the Change Management. In order to ensure and secure the return on the investment, organisations are faced with challenges of behavioural change to adopt the new way of working. In the session, we should explore and breakdown what are the key factors of these challenges. Key factors could be cultural, social status and/or any other psychological obstacles and the speakers are to explore the approaches in Change Management addressing them.

16:00 - 18:00
SPE Workshop: Data Science and Analytics for E&P Projects: Session 2: Improving E&P Operations – The Future of the Business using Data Analysis
Session Chairpersons Carlos Damski, Genesis Petroleum Technologies; Daljit Singh, PETRONAS

The focus of the session lies on value creation for upstream operations. Sensor technology and IoT are generating a vast amount of data, but currently only a fraction is used for decision making. What has changed today is the availability of new Digital Technology under the umbrella of Big Data & Analytics. These technologies present a significant opportunity to bring about a radical change in the way things have been done traditionally. In completing a circuit from action back to modified action, also called the value loop, insights can be gained and operations can be optimised. This session addresses the success criteria of data analytics in the value loop and the value of the insights from increased utilisation of existing data and how digital technology will transform the Oil & Gas Industry.

17:45 - 18:00
SPE Workshop: The Internet of Oilfield Things: Session 7: Workshop Summary and Closing Remarks
Session Chairpersons Nasarudin Mustapha, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn Bhd; Nurfitrah Mat Noh, Schlumberger
18:30 - 22:00

Wednesday, September 13

08:30 - 10:30
SPE Workshop: Data Science and Analytics for E&P Projects: Session 3: Data Driven Subsurface Modelling - Novel/Alternative Approaches
Session Chairpersons Lee Moritz, EnQuest; Deliza Aleesha Uli, PETRONAS Carigali Sdn Bhd; Nicholas Antoniou, Consultant

Traditional technologies for modelling the subsurface have been used for many years, including standard Geophysical and Petrophysical interpretation, static modelling, geostatistics, dynamic modelling, streamline modelling, material balance and more With the advent of ever increasing computing power and methods such as neural networks, deep learning, big data, and other forms of artificial intelligence, the traditional processes & workflows are being transformed to deliver better value, higher resolution and lower costs. Top Down Modelling is one of the many solutions that are being currently offered. This session will focus on these new non-traditional technologies, where practical applications have been applied. With the advent of ever increasing computing power and newer methods such as neural networks, deep learning, big data, and other forms of artificial intelligence, it is imperative that the subsurface modelling take advantage of some of these new data-driven technologies to create new methods/paradigms to evaluate the subsurface and get the most out of oilfield investments.  This session will focus on these new non-traditional technologies, where practical applications have been successful.

10:30 - 10:45
10:45 - 12:45
SPE Workshop: Data Science and Analytics for E&P Projects: Session 4: Integrated Operations - Real Time Modeling & Data Analytic Applications in Facilities Management
Session Chairpersons Jonathan Lee Seng Wei, SAS Malaysia; Lee Hin Wong, Schlumberger

The advent of advanced information and communication technology and real-time data has enabled Integrated Operations implementation that introduce new work processes in order to reach faster and better decision making. This session will focus on Integrated Operations in the real-time modeling and data analytic application in facilities management. Session topics and case studies include IO implementation and how real time modelling and digital solution such as data analytic application leads to productivity revolution and promote a more effective and efficient facilities management.

12:45 - 13:45
13:45 - 15:45
SPE Workshop: Data Science and Analytics for E&P Projects: Session 7: Leveraging Big Data
Session Chairpersons Daljit Singh, PETRONAS; Shahab Mohaghegh, West Virginia University; Simran Kaur, ASEAN Data Analytics eXchange (ADAX)

Most business processes of large corporations have been established and fostered long time ago, maybe some even before the digital revolution. Therefore, they are nowadays lagging behind the tremendous capabilities of new technologies. Changing these processes and adapting new technologies is often cumbersome and slow. Success is not always guaranteed. The focus of the session is establishing quantitative measures for how the timeliness of decisions can be aligned with the pace of technology and reducing risk and uncertainties in E&P projects.

15:45 - 16:00
16:00 - 18:00
SPE Workshop: Data Science and Analytics for E&P Projects: Session 8: Accelerated Decision Making – How to make proactive decisions in a timely manner?
Session Chairpersons Georg Zangl, Schlumberger; Jess Kozman, CLTECH Consulting Pte Ltd.; Nicholas Antoniou, Consultant

The focus of the session is establishing quantitative measures for how the timeliness of decisions can be aligned with the pace of technology and reducing risk and uncertainties in E&P projects.

18:00 - 18:30
SPE Workshop: Data Science and Analytics for E&P Projects: Session 9: Workshop Summary and Closing Remarks
Session Chairpersons Ruziean Abdul Rashid, PETRONAS; Georg Zangl, Schlumberger

Thursday, September 14

08:00 - 17:00
Data Analytics for Drilling Optimisation
Instructor(s) Carlos Damski, Genesis Petroleum Technologies Pty Ltd (Australia)

In today’s world, traditional methods of drilling oil wells don’t work as much anymore. Yesterday’s practices are being superseded by a universal trend towards the extensive use of historical and real-time data to understand, learn and predict all well intervention operations. This course explores the impact of data analytics on well operations. Drawn from the presenter’s extensive experience in data analysis, it examines, in easily understandable terms, today’s data management processes targeting process improvement.